Friday, January 04, 2013

Who Wants Cookies?

Because I baked buttload. Yeppers I did, and there's plenty to go 'round, if you don't mind eating experimental batches.

For last night's bake, I used high-fiber instant oats.  Not something I normally bake but when I get a ton of it couponing, well then you can bet I'm gonna bake with it.

And bake I did.  Two batches last night using maple oats, peanut butter and chocolate.  The first batch I went with a crispy sort of treat and the second a more fluffy texture.

And for today's bake, I went with chocolate, chocolate, chocolate.  Not an oat or groat in site.

So many cookies and only one belly.

26 comments:

  1. Mmmm... COOOOOOKIEEEEES! :)

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  2. Who doesn't want cookies?

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  3. I do! I do! I want cookies!

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  4. I would choose the first cookie. I like the crispy look. Yum

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  5. I do like the look of the crispy ones! I have a feeling they taste lovely like caramelized sugar

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  6. Oh me too! One of each - just to help you out and all. ;)

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  7. Let me just get to the airport, deal with the TSA, catch a flight, lose my luggage, find a rental car, track down your home (after having made three false trips and scared three innocent families), then I'll be there to help eat the cookies. If I can get past Tim. And his traps. And the dragons in the moat. And the puppies.
    But I'm willing.

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  8. I love these oats cookies hand me some ^_^

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  9. Send some crunchy ones, please!! Mmmmm.

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  10. Those cookies look to good not to eat!

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  11. I'll have one of each please.

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  12. All you have to do is say, "Chocolate," and I'm there!

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  13. Fox News has just reported that The Cookie Monster has exited Sesame Street and is headed in your direction. He's considered to be armed an hungry. Hide your cookies!!!!

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  14. Yes, please. We already ate all the ones I baked. (erp) Happy New Year!

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  15. I think it's great that you experiment so much and are willing to roll with the things that don't work as expected. I get so easily frustrated!

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  16. Yum. It's 6:30 in the morning as I'm reading this and somehow, cookies seem to be the perfect breakfast...too bad I'm in a cookie-less house :(

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  17. Chocolate is always a good thing.

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  18. MMM, looking good. Especially Bug. I baked gluten free oatmeal cookies yesterday that went over well. Cookies warm the heart and the tummy, that's for sure.

    Happy New Year.

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  19. You found my weakness. Anything with oatmeal.

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  20. Everyone: Oh my gosh. I got home from work and read all this comments and it was so fun to read them. Loved it. And some very funny ones, as well. Loved those.

    Thanks Bunches.

    Cookies for all!

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  21. I want cookies if you still have Whisk lol
    look delicious! many times I dont make cookies!

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  22. Gloria: You make many wonderful things. It's always fun to see what you've made each time you post.

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  23. To borrow a phrase from Cookie Monster...

    OM NOM NOM!!!!

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