This past Saturday she did this recipe that was so simple even my Aunt's - who aren't cooks, could do it. You buy a roll of refrigerator cookie dough - she used Peanut Butter and you slice it into 1 to 1&1/2 inch thick slices, then cut the slice into fourths. Put those pieces in a mini muffin tin and bake for 6 to 8 minutes at 350 degrees. The minute they come out of the oven pop a mini Reese's peanut butter cup in the center and let it melt and set up. You can also do this with Chocolate Chip dough and use a Hershey kiss, etc. Endless ideas depending on what you like. I wonder if they make refrigerator brownie dough - wouldn't the be good with a couple of Andes mints shoved in the center or a York peppermint patty?? I think they would but I love mint and chocolate together, maybe that's why my favorite ice cream is mint chocolate chip!
Here they are, CR will be doing the official taste testing this evening. If he likes them, then I will make some for our visit to Ben's house in late October. Speaking of Ben, in just 8 days, on October 7th, he will be 11 years old - my how time flies!!
I was a busy girl yesterday, not only did I make the homemade fresh tomato sauce, I made Eggplant Parmesan for dinner. Then I went into my sewing room and finished all those cat hammocks and made a couple of pieces of wall art (rumor has it that something similar may be in the box with all those cat hammocks on it's way to North Carolina). I've seen so much of this on the Web or Pinterest that I decided to do something myself, just for fun.
|Kitties lounging on chairs|
|Doggies with their tongues hanging out.|
Seems like the more I try to get done today the more I don't accomplish anything. Hmm, must be a Monday.
Happy Stitches and Hugs,