Keeping on the theme of what to feed someone who really doesn't like things too sweet and prefers something dry with her tea.(baba) That means no jams or frostings...no chocolate cake ... the list goes on. These cookies, called "nothings" live up to their name on two fronts. There's nothing to making them and nothing inside of them. They're an ideal treat for diabetics. There is some sugar (2 Tbsp in the filling and 2 Tbsp on the topping - you can eliminate the sugar for the topping)
Preheat oven to 500 F
3 eggs (room temperature)
2 Tbsp sugar (less)
1/2 cup oil
In the food processor: Process first 3 ingredients for 30 seconds
Pour oil through feed tube in a steady stream while processing. Process 1 minute longer.
1 cup flour
Add in heaping tablespoons through feed tube while processing. Process 30-40 seconds longer (machine will probably turn itself off)
Your dough will be pretty sticky.
Line a cookie sheet with foil and sprinkle lightly with flour
1/4 cup sesame seeds
2 Tbsp sugar
Take a scant teaspoon dough and use another spoon to push into sesame seed mixture. Coat dough with seeds and stretch 3" long twist, coat again.(I didn't do a second coating and they were just fine) Place onto cookie sheet (leaving room between them - they spread to approximately 3 times prebaking size)
Reduce oven to 400 F. Put cookie sheet on middle rack for 7 minutes
Reduce heat to 250 F for 10 minutes
Shut off oven and leave for 10-15 min
You'll know they're done when you see fine cracks on the top.