I get many inquiries about my secret recipe for Reiki Cookies. Now, no two people can bake the same way with the same tastes, but here is the recipe that I generally follow. Enjoy!
- 1 cup (2 sticks, 8 ounces, or 230 grams) salted butter, softened
- 1 1/3 cups (250 grams) dark brown sugar, packed
- 2 large farm eggs
- 1 teaspoon Madagascar vanilla extract
- 1 1/2 cups (190 grams) all-purpose unbleached flour
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 teaspoon ground Saigon cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon ground Pink Himalayan Sea Salt
- 3 cups (240 grams) rolled oats
- 1 10 oz bag of Dark chocolate morsels
- And lots of Love
Start with an intention to create health and happiness. I normally envision nice ooey and perfectly imperfect cookies coming out of the oven.
In a large bowl, creme together with a fork the butter, brown sugar, egg and vanilla until smooth. In a separate bowl, whisk the flour, baking soda, cinnamon and salt together. Combine and stir the mixtures into the larger of the two bowls. Stir in the oats and chocolate morsels.
As you are mixing, visualize your loved ones and all who eat your cookies as smiling and being full of health and happiness. Mix with your known symbols, and you can always beam Reiki over the bowl and/or the baking sheet before you bake.
Chill the dough for a bit in the fridge and then scoop it, or scoop the cookies onto a sheet and then chill the whole tray before baking them. Heat oven to 350°F (175°C) before you scoop the cookies, so that it’s fully heated when you’re ready to put them in.
The cookies should be spaced two inches apart on a baking sheet. Bake them for 11-13 minutes (your baking time will vary, depending on your oven and how cold the cookies were going in), taking them out when golden at the edges but still a little undercooked-looking on top. Let them sit on the hot baking sheet for five minutes before transferring them to a rack to cool.
Enjoy with tea and good company, and you should have enough cookies left over to take over to a neighbor or loved one who could use a pick-me-up.
- Gratitude to Creative Commons Photographer Larry,