15 December 2009

C is for cookie.

As was expected, Lisa's annual cookie party was a grand success. Trust me, you've never met a HOST until you've met Lisa. As always, she outdid herself, and everyone had a fantastic time. But I get ahead of myself... before cookie party comes cooking making!

I've definitely become a more confident baker, but I still worry, so I decided on what seemed like a fairly easy recipe: no bake chocolate and peanut butter cookies. The good news is that they were super easy, the recipe was perfectly exact (exactly 3 dozen cookies, exactly what I needed), and they were pretty darn tasty.

Stick a butta.

I was so mesmerized by the bubbles I almost burned the mixture.

Cookie-a-fying.

Ta-dah!

Now... back to that party!

Our lovely host.
(Who kindly sent me home with all the smoked salmon spread leftovers.)
(Which reminds me, I'm hungry!)

Everyone was sad when cookie party was over.

Can't wait for next year!

3 comments:

Heather Solos said...

So glad you liked those cookies. I enjoy them so much that I can't make them often. I don't have much of a sweet tooth, but those kick my willpower to the curb. ;)

Mrs. Church said...

Thanks so much for posting the recipe, and letting me bogart it! :) I'm sad I had to give most of the cookies away! ha ha!

Sara said...

I thought this said "Cookies-a-frying" at first. I seriously thought you fried the cookies. Who knows, could be good. Butter fried oatmeal. hahaha

Cute shelves with the cookbooks!