I need a cookie that meets specific criteria. It will be added to a bag lunch for a church food distribution, so it needs to be sturdy---not too thin, delicate, or crumbly. I want it to be about 1/2 inch thick and 3-4 inches in diameter when baked. It shouldn't turn sticky and soft when it sits as I will be baking the cookies the day before. I am thinking that a dough that is made into balls and flattened slightly might work---am not inclined to do the roll-and-cut-out bit. I have a jar of molasses I'd like to use up---does anyone know of a molasses cookie that would fill the bill? Something about the consistency of an Archway molasses cookie? Or (another cookie type here) since I need 60 of them, I was wondering about a cookie dough that would include cereal like Rice Krispies, to extend volume---does anything come to mind?