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It could be easier - if you had someone to open the package for you...or maybe go to the store and buy the cookie dough and THEN open it for you.
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Sugar 'em up and send 'em home
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dave bug wrote:Here's my no-bake cookie recipe:
1. Find someone who bakes cookies. (Ideally, you live with or very near this person.)
2. Have them bake cookies. (Again, ideally, they just bake cookies anyway, but you may have to hint.)
3. Eat the cookies.
4. Thank them profusely. (This is the key step for consistency and repeatability.)
Also: holiday cookie decorating parties.
I'm just hanging out, really.
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Yeah, thats really not top secret info there. I am such a big fan of "no bake" cookies I have to make a double batch everytime I make chocolate chip cookies because I will eat half of the dough before it ever sees the inside of the oven.......
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I'm impressed. A 3+ minute video describing a single step feat of culinary... uhhh... yeah. Ok, maybe 2 steps with the whiskey being step one.
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B. could you just stick it in the microwave or boiling water for a bit?
C. I hope that he didn't really eat all that.
Still single, can't imagine why.
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FenStar wrote:A. ewwwww
This is completely subjective. Yum.
FenStar wrote:B. could you just stick it in the microwave or boiling water for a bit?
ewwwww? Also, I don't think it would work like you expected.
FenStar wrote:C. I hope that he didn't really eat all that.
I have done this, and it is fun.
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