I decided that this month’s Cookie of the Month needed to involve peanut butter. You can never go wrong with a peanut butter cookie. Of course, I have trouble leaving well enough alone, so I took my peanut butter cookies and sandwiched them with chocolate ice cream.
Today, I wanted to re-blog a recipe I reviewed way back when. I think September just feels right for these cookies. Maybe it’s that back-to-school season that has me ready.
Is it just me or does anyone else think that peanut butter and jelly sandwiches could end wars? It’s like an acceptable way to eat dessert for lunch.
I love everything about citrus fruits, except eating them plain. Personally, I’d rather bake with the oranges. Which is what I did today.
This is not my first time baking with graham crackers. In fact, adding some graham cracker crumbs to the chocolate chip cookies is just SO fantastic. It gives a little unexpected oomph to the cookies. I figured some marshmallow frosting would put these right over the top.
I already know this Valentines Day is going to be a good one, because I get to celebrate it with my blog buds! We’re back!
I bet he won’t have any trouble finding these dark chocolate cookies. The kid loves chocolate. And cookies. This is why I deliberately made them on a day when I knew he would be gone all day. This way, I get to eat one or two before he discovers them.
My talented cousin told me in a Facebook post about her delicious grilled PB&J sandwiches, with bananas and chocolate chips. I mean, let’s face it, the idea is brilliant.
I’ve been noticing lately how many of my stories begin with the phrase, “So I went to Costco….” So, I went to Costco and came home with a giant box of strawberries. Gorgeous, sweet, juicy strawberries. I wanted nothing more than to bake with them.
Share on Tumblr Source: Adapted from LilaLoa, who calls them the end-all for chocolate cookies. It’s summer, which means we have shed the daily routine of breakfast and school and homework in favor of a new routine. It goes like this: everyday, my children say, “Can I have a friend sleep over?” and I reply, [Read On]
Share on Tumblr ***UPDATED!*** This post has been updated. Please view the new version HERE. A recipe for a soft caramel cookie sandwiched with dulce de leche. Source: Annies Eats, which I found thanks to Pinterest. Yield: about 18 sandwiches When I saw the photo of these cookies on Pinterest, I knew I would make them. [Read On]