In stark contrast to my decision to go to the emergency room, the decision to make these minty cake mix cookies made me feel quite happy.
I was only too happy to give Tank the flavor combination he asked for. And, truth be told, I was kind of excited to sample one myself! Because chocolate and peanut butter are amazing.
I love cake mix cookies. And waffle iron cookies. I always think waffle iron cookies are best eaten warm. I like to let the icing melt onto the cookie. That combination of warm cookie + cool icing is heavenly. Mmmmmm.
It was a brilliant idea, but an utter disaster. The cookies are still glued to my favorite baking sheet. Talk about embarrassing. I reworked the recipe a couple different ways until I found a combination that I was happy with.
Cake mix cookies are all the rage these days, and with good reason. I searched the pantry and found this spice cake mix, which I am obviously never going to actually make into a cake.
I am, however, going to use it as an excellent delivery system for butterscotch chips.
I’m not a big fan of bribing my children, as a general rule. I much prefer beating them. (Calm down, I don’t actually beat my children.) I think kids should behave just because I ask them to, and not because I begged and bribed them. It gives the kids the impression that they’re the ones [Read On]
A recipe for a whoopie pie made with orange soda and vanilla cream. Source: Bakaholic Mama‘s version had only three ingredients. My version has just six. Yield: about 20 whoopie pies The great thing about making different cookies every week is that you never know what the process will bring. Sometimes the cookies are fussy [Read On]
A quick and simple recipe for a soft and creamy cookie. Source: This is another recipe from my mother-in-law’s very old Betty Crocker cooky book. Yield: about 3-4 dozen cookies This cookie sounded so good in the recipe book. I mean, I love cream cheese, and I frankly think that it’s hard to go wrong [Read On]