Sunday, September 20, 2009

181/365 Small cookies

When it comes to baking, cookies are a favorite of mine.

I like that they're made in individual serving sizes, making it easier for me to say, "I'll stick to three," whereas when it comes to cutting a slice of cake, it's very easy to slide the knife over and add an extra half-inch to the slice.

Not that I don't adore cake. I do. Very much.

I tend to make my cookies on the smaller end of the scale, too, with help from a small tablespoon-size scoop (from Pampered Chef). Smaller cookies mean you can eat a larger number. And you really can't eat just one.

I made a well-loved favorite on Sunday, chocolate peanut butter no-bakes. I like the speed with which they come together, and they're good for the times when you don't want to heat up your kitchen.

But I have to admit that I missed the smell of the cookies actually baking, because there's really nothing else like that.

Well, I suppose that just means I'll have to make something else!

Camera: Canon 40D with 60mm macro lens, 1/60s, f/2.8 at ISO 800 in incandescent lighting

1 comment:

  1. and now I am going to make these cookies!