Tuesday, September 9, 2008

TWD (plus an attempt to catch up a little)

This week's recipe was Chocolate Whopper Malted Drops on page 85, chosen by Rachel of Confessions of a Tangerine Tart.
- yum! This is a delish, rich cookie, and as another TWD'er has already mentioned, the dough is amazing (they were even smart enough to use it to make a cookie dough ice cream - yum!). I take this cookie as the sort of cookie that that I would make an entire batch of and eat myself in a bout of pms - but I can't really see serving it because it's so rich. Also as mentioned by another blogger, they shrink when they cool!




(As a photography note, I have been frustrated by my lack of natural light locations for photo-taking now that I'm in a little apartment without a balcony, and now that I'm at work during most of the daylight hours. But it finally clicked that the natural light lamp I have might be better for lighting pictures... and it is! The above pictures were taken with the lamp light, and they look much better than the flash-lighted pictures!)

Also, last week the recipe was chosen by Stefany of Proceed with Caution. She chose,
Chunky Peanut Butter and Oatmeal Chocolate Chipsters on page 73 - another great recipe! I made them last week, but didn't get post on them. They were another good oatmeal cookie, and I like the addition of the peanut butter. Still, I have to say the Bush cookies are my favorite oatmeal cookie - I love that they are so full of stuff!

6 comments:

Engineer Baker said...

I'm glad you got a chance to catch up. Those whopper drops were wonderful in any incarnation, weren't they?

LJ's Mama said...

After the Greek Fest, we need to do a Greek inspired meal.

Christine said...

I had to play catch up with the cookies. Yours look delicious and I wish my pictures looked like yours.

Teanna said...

The dough is SO amazing!! Both cookies look great! I love cookies with a lot of stuff in them as well!

Pamela said...

Wow! I see from your recent posts that you have been on quite a cookie baking streak lately! I loved the dough for the whopper drops!

Barbara said...

Your malted whopper cookies look much prettier than mine! Yes, the dough was wonderful!