Line a baking tray with parchment paper and either with a spoon or (even better) with an ice cream scoop form balls and bake them for 10 minutes, in a preheated oven, at medium-high temperature until they turn golden.
Be carefull especially with the late batches, not to burn them, because the tray is hot, the oven is super heated so they might not need 10 minutes
The title doesn’t really do justice to this dish as it is a very nice fusion of American, Chinese and Italian cuisine (the Italian part being the beautiful Nero D’Avola that accompanied the meat and potatoes J)
This post is supposed to be about a simple healthy recipe. Actually, when I think about a whole healthy dish the first option is some fish (simply cooked), broccoli (I love it in any way) and a cold yogurt sauce (no cooking required)
And since I love you all so much, I have a sweet deal on cookies to share. Diana from My Humbled Kitchen is a sweet friend of mine who has written an amazing book called Nourishing Cookies for a Healthy Holiday
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
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