Chef’s Kitchen: Obama Crunch Cookie

Chef's Kitchen: Obama Crunch Cookie

ST. PETERSBURG, Florida – After decades of secrecy, the Obama Crunch, a favorite cookie at Atwater’s restaurant, is on the blackboard to reveal its secret recipe.

Atwater’s Restaurant in St. Petersburg is a community touchstone.

The long-standing family restaurant is now run by Eric Atwater, the son of the original owners.

Not only was he deeply involved in charity, but he made a name for himself in his already talented culinary family because of his cookies.

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2 cups of white sugar

2 cups of light brown sugar

4 eggs

1 tablespoon of vanilla extract

1 pound of margarine or butter

1 teaspoon of cinnamon

4 cups of flour

1 tablespoon of baking powder

1 cup of pecans

1 cup of walnuts

1 cup of oatmeal

1 cup coconut flakes


Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.

Mix the sugar, eggs and vanilla extract, margarine and cinnamon.

Then mix in the remaining ingredients – coconut flakes, oat flakes and nuts.

Use a scooper to distribute the cookies evenly and keep them the same size.

(Chef covers his baking trays with aluminum foil.)

Set your biscuits for 10 minutes for chewy biscuits and a few more for crispy biscuits.

Joseph Hubbard

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