Cupcaking and Bread Making

November 23, 2010

Snickerdoodle Blondies

Filed under: Cookies — cupcakingandbreadmaking @ 4:37 pm

So I made these the same day as I made the oatmeal raisin bars. I was unsure on what I was going to bake but I decided on this.

Are blondies like brownies or cookies? They are blonde colored…


Anyways… I used this recipe.









It’s the usual for recipes.


















The dough was very sticky.

The final result.

I liked these blondies but some people thought they were a little hard. I think this would taste amazing with milk!


November 11, 2010

Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Bars

Filed under: Cookies — cupcakingandbreadmaking @ 9:58 am

So I decided to make this spur of the moment.

I’ve never made oatmeal raisin cookies before (shocker) so I thought it was about time.

I decided on cookie bars because I was limited on time and it is a lot easier to assemble.

Okay… get all my ingredients out.










One thing I really like about this recipe is that it is pretty much one bowl = Easy clean up!

Do all the mixing… Pour in the oats










Then the raisins…










Mix it all together…










Pour it into a lightly greased pan











And you have your result!

I really liked this cookie… gooey and plenty of raisins! I will

definitely make this again.

October 24, 2010

Sugar Cookies

Filed under: Cookies — cupcakingandbreadmaking @ 6:28 pm

Mmmmmmm good ‘ol sugar cookies.

I made a batch of sugar cookies using this recipe

I decided to cut the batch in half, refrigerate one and freeze the other.

MAKE SURE THE DOUGH IS COLD!! or else it is not pleasant to work with.

Rolled the cookies and cut em with my super cute cupcake cookie cutter!

Sprinked some sprinkles on because I did not have time to royal ice them.

Here is a picture of the baked cookie 🙂

A couple days later, I decided I wanted to make the other half of the dough.

I let it thaw for about an hour. Rolled it and cut them into stars.

Finished result:

The sugar cookie recipe was great! They tasted the same both times so you can definitely freeze this cookie dough. The only bad part was it is slightly greasy and not sugary enough without icing.

But next time, I will make time to ice!

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