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If I asked you what your comfort food was, you would probably tell me the name of some kind of pasta or cookie. Because when we talk about what “comfort food” means, it’s literally something that calms you when you’re feeling angry and lights you up when you’re feeling down. Most of the time, these comfort food dishes are the classic recipes from the older generation, particularly a kind of pasta or a kind of dessert. Your parents or grandparents have probably made these meals to make you feel safe and loved.
My comfort food has always been oatmeal raisin cookies. You can make me do anything if you bake me a good batch of these treats. I am not too much of a fan of raisin. For me, they’re these annoying dried fruit that get stuck between your teeth. But oatmeal and raisin together are a good pair. And this recipe from All Recipes will remind you how good of a team these two ingredients are when it comes to making a perfect dessert that everyone will surely love.
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