There’s something to be said about “eating your feelings”. Let’s apply that to cookies.
If you’re happy, the cookies are perfect.
If you’re angry, they burn.
If you’re sad, they’re undercooked and perhaps even raw.
And if you have mixed feelings, the result is a surprise (hopefully good).
Saturday, I baked a few dozen snickerdoodles. I typically don’t make cookies (even though I love them) because they don’t last long in my house and they pack on the pounds. My dentist, however, would probably love if I did. :-) So I made an exception. Especially after learning that they’re my mom’s favorite.
David Beveridge posted this yummy snickerdoodle recipe on Tfrecipes.com. It’s his great grandma’s recipe. Cool, right?
GRANDMA RUTH’S SNICKERDOODLE COOKIES
Time: 35 minutes
Yield: 36 (my results yielded more…happy, happy!)
Number of Ingredients: 9
Enjoy (and just pretend there are zero calories if that’s what you’re worried about)!
PS: Here’s a picture of my cookies (I can attest that they were very good):