box of Twizzlers. I DO need another 4 pack of butter. I DO need a giant bag of Pirates Booty. I DO need a 3 lb container of cashews. Who doesn’t?. Everything is neatly packaged in oversized containers so they must be a good deal! Right? And goodness knows, if the world ends tomorrow, my family will have plenty of food to sustain us.
of paper towels at once. All those buy one get one deals have us so programmed to think that more is better! Is more better? Probably not. Finally, you know what else is gratifying about buying, oh let’s say Twizzlers in bulk? I LOVE Twizzlers and I can eat a lot of them! That’s what!
Which is how these crazy simple granola bars came about. Throw them in a bag at the beginning of the day for a snack later on, and you’re likely to be left with a plastic bag full of smushed granola pieces (equally delicious, but still)
Butterscotch Rolo Chex Bars. I guess offering up myself to do 12 days of cookies with a new born was a little keen of me. How about 8, 9 or 10 days of cookies. 3/4 cup butterscotch chips . 3/4 cup butterscotch chips
Drop the pans on the counter a few times to settle the batter around the cookies. )Cookies 'n' Cream Cupcakes (yields 30 cupcakes)printable recipefor the cake. 1 dark chocolate cake mix3 eggs2/3 cup milk2/3 cup sour cream1/2 cup oil1 tablespoon vanilla30 Oreo cookies for the frosting
With fall comes football - something I could care less about - but Jamie and his friends do the whole fantasy football thing every fall, so for their first get together for the draft, I baked up a batch of cookies for them that represent all things warm, cozy and fall-ish
Using either a cookie press or a piping bag, pipe out cookies onto a baking sheet. These cookies are really buttery so if you're using a cookie press, I would recommend lining your cookie sheets with aluminum foil (shiny side up) instead of a silicon mat or you might have a bit of trouble with getting the dough to stick to the mat and un-attaching from the press, like I did
So to fulfill my duties, I'm [un]officially ending my summer baking with S'more Cookies. So that's saying something about this particular recipe I snagged from the Cookies & Milk book my mom gave me a while back
So where did these cookies originally come from. What do you call these cookies. Some of the common names for these delicious balls of pure bliss are, Russian Tea Cakes, Mexican Wedding Cookies, Italian Wedding Cookies, snowdrops, butter balls or more specifically pecan butter balls