The cookies were easy enough to make, once you got through peeling and grating the carrot. Dorie recommends three carrots to get one cup of grated carrot - I only needed one large carrot.
These cookies are pleasant tasting - just like any other raisin cookies that I have tasted. They are chunky and soft, and the raisins are a standout flavour in them. Although I liked these cookies, I probably won't make them again, because there are easier raisin cookie recipes around that taste just as good.
Thanks to Natalia for hosting us this week - she will have the recipe, and it of course appears in Dorie's book. To see what the other TWD members thought of these cookies, visit the TWD blogroll.