The cookies taste a lot like muffin tops, which is good in my opinion. You really can't taste the sauerkraut and the cookies only have a little bit of zip. I think I would use just a bit more sauerkraut next time. Also, I did a half batch and got a ton of cookies.
|Raw . . .|
I also perfected my daifuku recipe and diafuku making skills. First, lets go through the fillings! For the peanut butter daifuku put teaspoon sized balls on a cookie try or a mini muffin pan and freeze it. For coconut filling take 1 cup of coconut, 1/4 cup brown sugar, 1 tbs flour, and 1/2 cup of water in a sauce pan and mixing it over medium heat until thick (it is important that it isn't runny at all). Freeze in balls like the peanut butter. Make sure to freeze for at least an hour.
|coconut ready to be frozen|
|Peanut butter ready to be frozen!|
|squished out round|
|frozen filling in the middle|
|Coconut in cups|
|Peanut butter in cups|
|This is mine made up of extra bits (so both peanut butte and coconut). Yummy!|
I sampled everything and it all turned out really really well!