Organization is not an option, it is a fundamental survival skill and distinct competitive advantage.
Pam N. Woods
“Your freeze is overloaded” declared the freeze mechanic My husband warned me to take out some stuff. Following his advice I began to declutter the things.
And I found so many things that were really overlooked for quite some time. Out of many things, the three things would be very happy to see them in their real place he he he…. my oven. Peanut butter and salted peanut which I bought long time before to make snickers and were lying unopened for long because making caramel and all is a lengthy procedure and above all working with chocolate in summers so I keep postponing to make it for some other day and the day never came. And many white chocolate slabs which I bought for decoration purposes, I had some beautiful designs laid out but somehow that too went kaput.
My earlier cookies experience were a great hit and everybody singing praises for them that motivates me (post will be followed soon) and led me to try other variations also. I have bookmarked many cookies recipe out of them one was of, flourless peanut cookies. I got up early and start whisking my things together and before everybody awakes my cookies were ready and my son who had recently became my cookie’s fan asked me mumma, do you have baked cookies for me? He gobbled them without even taking his bath, which to your surprise, he had never done before.
They came out so crispy and very fragile also. Next time I will make them in smaller size . Everybody liked them. I am happy and try to be more organized in future.
They are definitely not for dieters as you can see they were made up of peanut butter, peanuts and white chocolate nothing healthy about them. But indulging sometime is not a bad idea because as Master Chef Sanjeev Kapoor said “you can enjoy food and can compensate the indulgence by taking two more rounds in the morning”
Recipe adapted from Martha stewart
- 1 cup creamy peanut butter
- 3/4 cup sugar (I used ½ cup only)
- 1 egg (lightly beaten)
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 3/4 cup semisweet chocolate chips (I used white chocolate chunks)
- 1/2 cup roasted salted peanuts (I lightly crushed them)