I made some extra cookie dough for the freezer today. I pre-scooped them into cookies so they are ready to go. We sometimes have trouble with frozen cookie dough staying really gooey in the middle, so I tried flattening them a bit, to see if that helps them bake better. We’ll see if it works next time we have a cookie emergency!
Its almost the weekend, which is a good excuse to eat cookies for breakfast! There are a lot of “breakfast cookie” recipes popping up, so they might be worth a try!
I ended up taking a little hiatus from making sourdough bread. I’ve been working on feeding my starter to make it happy again. This is my first successful little loaf in a while, and it was sooo good. We tried this recipe, which was enough resting and rising time to give a good sourdough taste, but it was low maintenance enough that we didn’t need to check on it all day.
Are these not the most adorable cookies you have ever seen? I took a picture of these before they went in the oven just in case something terrible happened in there, but thank goodness, they came out looking just as good. And they are even fully edible! Although I don’t know how you could eat one, instead of just filling your pockets with them.
1. Using my new garden hod to gather some veggies for dinner! We picked some chard and chives for baked potatoes. Soon, we’ll be gathering tomatoes, squashes, beans, and all kinds of good stuff.
2. Some muffins for the week in the afternoon light. Do you ever make Malt-O-Meal muffins? They are one of my favorite kinds.