Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Emergency Cookies!!

Okay, I am posting another recipe..and yes, I realize that it is not Sunday, but this couldn’t wait. 

Seriously, it is of the utmost importance and must be shared immediately. I believe this recipe might have saved my life this afternoon.  ..or the lives of my family, however you want to look at it. 

I’ve watched this recipe flying around Pinterest for quite a while, and finally decided to try it myself. 

After I made the original,I adapted the recipe to my liking.

You’ll also notice I have acquired an assistant for this blog..and he didn’t mind one bit being the star of the show.

and now for the moment we’ve all been waiting for…

 

 

Individual Chocolate Chip Cookies

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my adapted recipe for this scrumptious cup of heaven:

1 Tbsp. of softened butter

1 1/2 tsp. of light brown sugar

1 tsp. of sugar

1 1/2 tsp. of egg, egg whites, or egg substitute

a drop of vanilla

1 1/2 Tbsp. of flour

a pinch of baking soda

a palm full of chocolate chips

 

In a white ramekin or mug stir together your butter and sugars until well combined.

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Add the egg and vanilla and mix again.

Add the flour and baking soda and..you guessed it, mix again.

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Throw in the chips and voila, instant mini chocolate chip cookie dough.

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If you can keep from eating it, then it’s time to bake.

Pop it in the microwave and nuke it for about 25 seconds.

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I like my cookies just a little on the gooey side, so you can cook them for up to 35 seconds.

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You should know that the longer you cook them, the “cakier” they will be.  ..and yes, I just made cake and adjective….as it always should have been, in my opinion.

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oh, yummy!  Even better..it’s almost instant yumminess..so that makes it even better!

Of course, the best part is..

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enjoying your creation.

..and I encourage you to get your kids involved in baking and cooking. 

It’s not only a great bonding experience, but helps with understanding fractions and measurements.

Have A Great Evening!

Love,

Val

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