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The Perfect Cookie for a Cozy Weekend


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Hello All,

Today is my last day of work before a week of Thanksgiving Break, and I am creating a wish list of everything I plan to bake this week to get into the festive spirit. For me, Thanksgiving and the end of the year in general evokes feelings of hygge, coziness, and comfort foods, and so I want to bake things that taste scrumptious and go perfectly with a snuggly sweater, fuzzy socks, a cup of coffee, and a juicy book. As a homebody, I'll be baking for me, myself, and I, so small portions too. I've been doing some research for some recipes and came across this one that was so charming that I wanted to share it. I'll be baking it this weekend, so I'll create another post with pictures and a taste review as well :)

This recipe is from Food52, and is a single-serving chocolate and peanut butter cookie (how could you go wrong?). I thought this was so cute because the serving size is literally 1 cookie. Here's thelink: https://food52.com/recipes/77260-single-serving-chocolate-and-peanut-butter-cookie

 

I'll post again once I have made it!

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You'll be baking it?

It's just some peanut butter with some instant oats and sugar stirred in. Then the mix is frozen, you pour some melted chocolate chips on top, and then salt it. As far as I can see, there's no baking involved. And, the recipe uses inaccurate measurement, they are using volume measures for dry goods.

 

I'm also not seeing how a frozen confection would be desirable in cold weather. IMO, if you're wearing bulky sweaters and woolen socks frozen foods are probably the last thing on your mind.

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Personally, I'd go with warm amaretti right out of the oven. 

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