Jamie and I are in the middle of getting ready to move. In preparing our kitchen, and my precious cookbook collection, I left out only a few cookbooks and packed away the rest. What that means, is in the next few weeks be prepared for a spike in recipes from Make it Paleo appearing on Ruby Reduction 🙂
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These past few weeks, I have found myself craving oatmeal raisin cookies. It must be a signal that my body wants to go into hibernation mode and stock up on hearty foods (I said hearty, not necessarily healthy! 😉 ) It is a common site for my 3pm coffee break to see me happily eating an oatmeal raisin cookie with my delicious concoction of half coffee/half hot chocolate with double milk.
I don’t think that there is a more perfect flavour combination that chocolate and peanut butter. 🙂
I tasted my first crackle cookie last Christmas. My friend, Kerri had brought them in as her contribution to our office cookie exchange. I was hooked on my first bite, they are absolutely delicious. They taste like a brownie – perfect!
I was in the grocery store and I discovered that Kraft made their caramels in an add-in size! I have used their traditional square caramels in the past to make Easy Salted Chocoate Caramels, but now a whole other world of possibilities had opened up for me; I could add caramels to cookies!
I know it was only a couple of weeks ago when I posted the Raw Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ball recipe, but I came up with another creation this weekend, and I just couldn’t wait to share it with you!
My friend, Kerri, and I were talking about how great raw cookies are and that she had shared the link to the cookie ball post with some of her friends. The feedback was that we might be in the middle of a bliss ball revolution! (bliss ball being a raw cookie ball) I heard their battle cry and was determined to come up with a new bliss ball creation 🙂
Who doesn’t love a good chocolate chip cookie? It really is the cookie that all other cookies are compared to. It makes a lot of sense. Chocolate, butter and sugar, well, it is pretty much perfect.
Everyone has a basic chocolate chip cookie recipe that they stand behind. I have mentioned before that my favourite cookie recipes involve rolled oats, but this recipe isn’t my tried and true chocolate chip cookie recipe. I tried this one after my Mom gave me a pile of cookbooks when she cleaning out her kitchen.
I love coffee! This wasn’t always the case, and I feel that it definitely is a flavour that you start to appreciate as your tastebuds mature. I tend to lean towards flavoured coffee, which is what makes up my entire Keurig collection. In fact, my favourite coffee flavour combination is mocha (half coffee/half hot chocolate) Yummy!