Thursday, February 12, 2009

Successful Baking


This was an experiment. I wanted some peanut butter blossoms, but didn't have any chocolate kisses. So I made tiny blossoms with chocolate chips. I adjusted the recipe by making the cookies much smaller, and had to figure out how long to bake them so that they would be done without burning. The whole experience turned out to be deliciously successful! If you're interested, the recipe is here.

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9 comments:

Travis and Jenny Holloway said...

Delicious looking cookies and a great picture--a definite success!

Teri said...

YUMMY...can you please send some of those to Coeur d'Alene Id? They look delicious. Great picture.

Mindy said...

I really like your picture... angle is great! The only thing I can think of is possibly adding more color... like a colorful plate, or tablecloth or something. I love looking at food magazines for ideas. (Not like I take any great food pictures ;)

And... now I really want a cookie!

Melinda said...

I TOTALLY knew this was your picture even before I got to the end and read your name. It just screamed you! Great picture, as always, and again as always, great looking food!!!

Rachel H. said...

OH MY GOSH!!! Can I jump through the screen PUH-LEASE? Those look heavenly!!

I agree with the color. A nice splash would have been fabulous!

{Alynn} said...

I could pop those babies in my mouth right now! Great idea -- soooo cute!

I loved the lighting on this picture, really crisp! Each little choc chip looks melty and yummy!

Erin Wageman said...

great picture! those cookies look delicious! I'm a really bad cook so I don't see many picture ops like this!

Ashton and Shanda Call Family said...

THose look yummy!! Makes me hungry. Nice shot!

Charlotte said...

Mmmmm, those look so good. I have to agree with Mindy- a red plate or something, just to give it a little "umph". but I really like the depth of field on the photo.