I is for “I Want to make Cookies!” A-Z Challenge: Day 9

The letter for today is “I” because its a very self absorbed day which only thinks of itself.  As some of you may or may not know, this is a thing

http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/

and I’m a part of that thing. Check out other parts of that thing and join in the conversation, or just troll the comments, whatever floats your proverbial boat or turns your proverbial crank or greases your proverbial gears or puts wind in your proverbial sails or , worst case scenario, puts hair on your proverbial teeth.

Good news is I made cookies! Kind of! I was going for good old fashioned Doo-Doo Cookies, as i like to call them, but you may know them as Chocolate Oatmeal Refrigerator Cookies or No Bake Cookies, but they are in fact Doo-Doo Cookies…just admit it, you like eating doo-doo cookies, its OKAY..its not really poop..anywho

Mental note for all cookie makers…one CUP of butter is TWICE as much as one STICK of butter. That is why this turned into a Doo-Doo Bark instead of Doo-Doo Cookies….again with the doo-doo?!? my word! good lawd! gracious be!

I didn’t have cocoa powder so i used 60% cocoa dark chocolate chunks instead and put some more dark chocolate ships and white chocolate chips on top..sort of like the Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney video for “Say Say Say” one of my favorite 80’s videos/songs..i actually bought some suspenders and an old fashioned cap to mimic MJ in the video which was better than when i had the pleather Thriller jacket, but that is another horrifically awkward story that involves a straw fedora and white linen pants..ANywh0

here’s some pics

 

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5 responses to “I is for “I Want to make Cookies!” A-Z Challenge: Day 9

  1. HAHA hilarious way to describe the cookies and your ‘oppsie’.
    Good luck on the #AtoZChallenge…I linked to you on my post: http://www.e-bookbuilders.com/2014/04/hybrid-authors/

  2. Awwwww, when you said pictures, I was thinking I’d see you in the pleather jacket and another in the suspenders and cap. So, did you like your cookies?
    The View from the Top of the Ladder

  3. Steve,
    I’ve always wondered what a “a stick” of butter was, and if you say it’s half the amount of a cup of butter (250 grams) then a “stick” is 125 grams.
    Excellent! I learned something that I always wondered when reading North American recipes 🙂

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