Monday, October 27, 2008

Your to-do list for today:

1. Check your cabinets and fridge for real butter, peanut butter, white sugar, brown sugar, flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and semisweet chocolate chips.
2. If you don't have any of these ingredients, drop everything, go to the nearest store, and stock up.
3. Make these easy, incredible cookies: Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
4. Bask in the praise of your family and friends...if you want to share the yumminess. If you don't want to share, simply bask in the praise of your own very happy tastebuds.



(Remember, you can find more of my favorite recipes, and dishes I'm planning to try, at my Delicious page. When I try recipes I comment on them (or delete them if I don't think I'll make them again)--so scroll down to find lots of dishes I've already tested!

9 comments:

beckiwithani said...

These look great! Thanks. I told my 10th graders I would make them cookies on Friday because they reached their behavioral goals. This looks like a recipe that will be successful.

C. Beth said...

Becki--they really are awesome. The recipe calls to drop them by teaspoonful which is really small, but I like them that way. It makes a lot (maybe 5 dozen?) when you make them small. It's easy just to grab a couple and throw them in your mouth. I got this recipe from a friend who is an incredible cook (certified as a sushi chef, etc.) Make sure you cream the ingredients really well. Let me know what they think!

Becky said...

Mmmm...sounds yummy! It just turned bitterly cold here, so warm cookies will be just the thing today. :-)

Lindsey said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog - I set it up to show my work on a Scripture Challenge and I am glad that someone else is enjoying them! I'm enjoying yours as well - I may even use a few of your one-minute topics in my class as quick warm-up topics. :) Thanks!

Jen said...

I can't wait to try these (I wonder how they'll come out using GF flour). I made some chocolate cake a few minutes ago...so when that's gone (er, tomorrow), this is next on my list. :)

Sandi said...

Yumm!! You must have been with me last night while I was grocery shopping. I bought everything to make cookies - chocolate chip cookies but the peanut butter twist sounds awesome!

foreverfoldinglaundry said...

Oooh - those look a little too good! That might be what I'm doing tomorrow!

Sandra said...

Those look wonderful. I think I just gained a pound LOOKING at them!

C. Beth said...

Becky, Sandi, & forever--let me know what you think if you make them!

Lindsey--Thanks for visiting! :) And I'm glad the one minute blog might be useful to you too.

Sandra--Yeah, they aren't exactly healthy.... :)