It’s something I think 95% of us have issues with from time to time.
And I salute the other 5% of you.
Because if something is that good, rarely do I ever want to stop.
Like on Saturday. Miller Lite is a good thing.
12 hours of bar hopping where it’s the sponsor of the pub crawl?
Not a good thing.
Several trips to crab cookies, actually.
Too prepared. I made a double batch. Just in case. Ya know?
But to answer the question in your head- yes, I always have a massive jar of pretzels around. $4. Target. BAM.
This was unneccessary. A recipe and a half would have been fine. Or even just a normal-sized recipe. I could have easily just had one or two and sent the rest on.
Nope. I said “let’s double this shiz”.Little did I realize this would require me to unwrap a bag and a half of Reese’s mini peanut butter cups. Next time I’ll think to get the regular-sized ones. Less work…
Oh crap. I just remembered I still have that other half of a bag in the pantry. Um…
Sure, my work friends were happy. As was my roommate. Hopefully my Sweet Swap partner, Jessica, is, too. The sweet/salty combo is fantastic. Adding pretzels or some sort of “crunch” should now be a standard for any baking venture I have. And the caramel- oh my geez.
If you’re scared of knives like I am, you can also bribe your roommate to cut the squares for you. Or at least still be in the same room in case you lose a limb in the process.These cookie bars are now in the top 5 favorites of things I’ve ever baked. It’s a bold statement, but is very true. Mostly because I’m a sucker for anything cookie-based. I’m a girl of simple taste when it comes to sweets. Boys take note.But my poor stomach. It couldn’t keep up with my sweet tooth. As much as it wanted to. Because these are hefty cookies, my friends (cut them small- trust me). And after the 10th or 12th one?
I need a better grasp on what this concept is.
I also need to realize there is no real reason to ever double a recipe of anything.
Lesson of the day…