Well isn’t that a mouthful of a cookie name.
Perfect though really, because I am offering you a recipe for a cute mouthful of a cookie.
I say cute because these cookies puffed up into a the cutest roundest shape, rather than oozing and spreading all over the place which I just hate.
You don’t even need to chill the dough!
I love a thick and chewy, mushy and gushy, warm and chocolately, chipping cookie.
Throw in peanut butter, old-fashioned rolled oats (gluten-free!) and then get all crazy with some coconut and we have a real treat for the weekend.
Or any day. Like Wednesday. When I made them. Because it was raining. And raining means cookies.
Raining also means it is time to run outside because doing so produces that Rocky Balboa tough runner feeling which I experienced yesterday for six miles.
Anyway, the cookies.
These are real. When I say real, I mean, they have real sugar and eggs.
There’s no butter but that’s only because I had none and it was raining and I couldn’t possibly go out to the store because my hair may get wet on the way.
So I used coconut oil. And peanut butter. And chocolate chips. There’s whole wheat flour in place of white and the old-fashioned rolled oats are heart healthy.
They may not be grain-free, flour-free, sugar-free or whatever free you wanted to fake some cookies with today but you know what?
Sometimes you need a real cookie. And that’s okay.
Who has a race on the calendar for this weekend?
How do you like your cookies – thick and chewy or thin and crispy?