Hey Cool, Young, Hip Grandma,
Can I have a cookie before I go to sleep? The warm formula in my bottle will help wash down all those cookie crumbs.
3 1/2 months is too young to eat cookies??? For reals Grandma??
Well, what about the cookie dough then?
Care to share that with a yittle growing baby boy?
Until that time, can you believe how good these cookies are?
These cookies are mildly chocolately, not overpowering at all and very soft.
I love these Soft Chocolate Cookies!
They say, "Eat me, I'm soft. With just a hint of chocolate. That means you can eat twice as much. Trust me, I'm a cookie, would I lie to you?"
I found this online at allrecipes.com and it had like five hundred thousand excellent reviews, so I blindly tried it.
Here's the fixins for these soft yummy cookies.
By the way, this cookie recipe is unbelievable easy!!!
I am no baker by any stretch of the imagination (I dislike baking in fact), yet I was able to throw this recipe together exceedingly easy!
Soft Chocolate Cookies
From www.allrecipes.com Submitted by Beth Struble
Courtesy of www.turnkeyqualitycars.com
I've noticed on other baking websites, the baking pictures always look so purty!
Like look at this picture of the butter and sugar...purty I tell ya!
Well, mix that butter and sugar up.
Mix it, mix it and lick it but don't let other people see you do that cause they will think it's gross you licking the butter and sugar off the beater.
Too bad, so sad :(
Add the eggs and beat...whirrrrr, whiiirrrr, whiirrrrr, whiiirrrr, clunk, Don't ask.
didn't I tell ya these pictures are so buttery pretty!
Squirt some of that vanilla in there and stir more.
Now let's continue on with the dry ingredients...the flour...boring!
Oh add the baking soda and salt too.
Add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients, a little at a time, with a mixer.
Geez, I have to do EVERYTHING around here.
No need to refrigerate like the directions say.
Just roll into 1 inch balls with two spoons and plop down onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
Use parchment paper!! Less burning and cleanup!
DO NOT take them off the cookie sheet at this time,
they will fall apart.
Do not eat these warm,
they will fall apart.
Let cookies set 15 minutes until they are fully cooled.
If you don't , they will fall apart.
Be mature about this and let them be...no picking at them, don't do it! I did and all I got was crumbly messes. (Notice that was plural?) (I picked more than once, each time, they crumbled apart....all four times in fact. *sigh*)
Listen to John, Paul, Ringo and George and LET IT BE! For Pete's sake!
Let It Be...
Once you let them (the cookies) be, about fifteen minutes, run over there, pick one up and ea...
no, take a picture of it for your blog real quick,
then eat it!!!!
See the insides there?
They look soft, don't they?
You won't lose a crown in this cookie, I tell ya.
I'll get a take home baggie for you.
Remember, these freeze super well!!!!
next time Ima talk about some
Ribeye Steaks (shut.up, get.out, yes I am!)
and the best Homemade French Fries
ever known to, well, you know, people.duh
Be prepared to be hungry after seeing these pictures!
Dang!! I'm hungry now!
I hate it when that happens!!!
Talk at ya this weekend with a sssssizzzzlin' steak recipe....Yowza!
Have a great Friday!!!!