Skip to content

This page is intended for individuals over 18 years of age.

12 Days of Christmas – Brat Pack Style!

Tomorrow (Dec 1) kicks off my annual reader appreciation 12 Days of Christmas event! Join my reader group on Facebook The Brat Pack, and you can participate!


Brat Pack:


2018 Heroes on the Water Auction Cheat Sheet

Bidding begins Nov 8 at 8am EST


*** Items marked with this symbol at the end are open to international bidders – if you want to bid on a US only item, you will be responsible for paying the shipping in ADDITION to the amount you bid if you win.



1.      Rainbow Quilt ***

2.      Teddybear Quilt ***

3.      RE Butler Book + swag

4.      Grace Risata Ebook collection ***

5.      Harry Potter Bag & mug

6.      Andrew Jericho             Ebook collection***

7.      Melanie Jayne Book + swag

8.      Michelle Hughes Ballet blanket

9.      Michelle Hughes Feather blanket

10.   Chiefs Football

11.   Royals Baseball    

12.   Coloring Books             ***

13.   Coloring Books             ***

14.   HD Smith Book & Sleeve ***

15.   Lolah Lace Book & Sleeve ***

16.   Vera Wang Purse

17.   Flag Jewelry & Bag

18.   Lizabeth Selvig Book & swag ***

19.   Noelle Rahn-Johnson Books ***

20.   Rochelle Paige Books ***

21.   Lily Graison Books ***

22.   Coach Purse & Wallet

23.   Meredith Wild Books ***

24.   3 Vivian Ward Books ***

25.   3 autographed books ***

26.   3 multi author books ***

27.   Royal Readers Bag-Rogue Angel   

28.   Royal Readers Bag -First wives      

29.   Jillian David Books ***

30.   Harlequin Books ***

31.   Angeline Fortin book & sleeve ***

32.   Dakota Trace book & Sleeve ***

33.   CJ Bower Book & sleeve            ***

34.   Kristen Proby book & sleeve ***

35.   Kelly Abell book & sleeve ***

36.   Dawn Sullivan Book & Sleeve ***

37.   Marci Boudreaux & sleeve ***

38.   Super hero book sleeves ***

39.   HP book sleeves ***

40.   Cat book sleeves ***

41.   2 books Amy Gregory ***

42.   2 books western ***

43.   2 books Ashlynn Monroe ***

44.   Autism Quilt ***

45.   Crochet baby blanket ***

46.   Gift basket w/CCreek books

47.   Oh My Antho ***

48.   Loving a WArrior Antho             ***

49.   Crochet baby blanket ***

50.   Crochet baby blanket ***

51.   Poldark Gift set    

52.   Cornish Gift Set   

53.   Martha’s Munchies 3 dozen cookies ***

54.   Lexi BLake books ***

55.   Kara Liane Gift set with signed books

56.   Martha’s Munchies 2 dozen cookies ***

57.   Crochet baby blanket ***

58.   Crochet baby blanket ***

59.   Show Me Your Books bag & books ***

60.   JC Layne books    

61.   Pepper North Book

62.   Jennifer Bene Book

63.   Denitta Ward Book

64.   Crochet baby blanket ***

65.   Crochet baby blanket ***

66.   Robbie Cox Book

67.   Elizabeth Safleur book      

68.   Tich Brewster Book

69.   MIchelle Grey Book

70.   Cassidy K O’Connor book

71.   JD Martin Books  

72.   LK Shaw Book

73.   Renee George Book

74.   Jenna Jacob books

75.   Towel, shoe, fbomb

76.   25 handmade cards

77.   Beach Towel

78.   Fire Stick

79.   Loch Ness print ***

80.   Dolphin print  ***

81.   Thirty One Bags

82.   Robyn Byrd Gift set 1

83.   Robyn Byrd Gift set 2

84.   coffee sampler

85.   Brown pop socket ***

86.   rainbow pop socket ***

87.   Galaxy Pop socket ***

88.   Robyn Byrd gift certificate for PA Services ***

89.   Cate Beaumont WWW Registration ***

90.   Debbie Boscia gift set

91.   2 bks JUlie Cantrell & Andi Teran ***

92.   2 bks Katherine Govier & Kim Izzo ***

93.   3 bks Samantha Cole   ***

94.   2 bks Xmas in paris & Lake of Destiny ***

95.   2 bks Becoming Bonnie & Kieran Kramer ***

96.   2 bks Wanted & Star Wars ***

97.   Penny Reid Book ***

98.   SOL book ***

99.   Unmasked book ***

100.              Coming Up Roses book  ***

101.              Meredith Wild hardback Book ***

102.              CM Seabrook Signed book  

103.              Daphne Loveling Signed book

104.              Vivian Ward Signed book

105.              Jolene Huber Book formating service ***

106.              Golden Czermak 2 signed books

107.              Fishing gear blue     

108.              Fishing gear red

109.              Red Quill editing Copy edit package ***

110.              Francis Erin Stolten 1 dz sugar cookies

111.              Sable Hunter 3 signed books ***

112.              Dixie Lynn Dwyer ***

113.              Samantha Cole books ***

114.              Elle Boon Books Miami ***

115.              Caitlyn O’leary & Lori Foster book ***

116.              TS Joyce Set

117.              Blue coach purse ***

118.              Lora Leigh Gift set ***

119.              Lora Leigh Shirt XL ***

120.              Rachel Pally bag               ***

121.              6 dozen suckers

122.              Elaine Barris books ***

123.              VL Cooke books

124.              Nancy Chastain books

125.              Lesley Clark signed book

126.              2 dz suckers

127.              Sandy Ebel editing package ***

128.              Vicki Cooke editing package ***

129.              Alison Mello signed book

130.              Gail Koger ebooks ***

131.              Rhonda Lee Carver signed book

132.              Ravenna Tate signed books ***

133.              Ravenna Tate signed books ***

134.              Maggie Walsh 4 ebooks ***

135.              Maggie Walsh 2 ebooks ***

136.              Kaye Elle Parker 2 signed books   ***

137.              Darlene Tallman 2 signed books

138.              Receiving blankets ***

139.              Claiming his cowgirl blanket/book ***

140.              Frost-bitten blanket/book ***

141.              Marines seduction blanket/book ***

142.              Misc swag

143.              Amy J Hawthorn Gift set with signed books ***

144.              Margie Hager Cherry set

145.              Margie Hager puppy set

146.              Flag coasters ***

147.              Margie Hager Lily set

148.              Margie Hager Moana set

149.              Margie Hager Shimmer Shine Set

150.              Zodiac Shifters books and charms

151.              Betty Shrefflersigned book

152.              Margie Hager Alpine lily gift set

153.              Hurricane lamps      

154.              Elle Boon 6bks and gift set ***

155.              Caitlyn O’Leary  Gift set  ***

156.              Elf Makeup

157.              Spa gift set

158.              2 signed books EM Shue

159.              PA Extraordinaires 3 signed books & swag

160.              John Marsden books

161.              kids buildings sets

162.              L Ann Marie Signed book & Amazon card

163.              Lora leigh breeds books

164.              Nuati Books

165.              Lora leigh books

166.              Lora Leigh 3x tank and shirt ***

167.              Lora Leigh XL tank and shirt ***

168.              Lora Leigh XL sweatshirt and hoodie ***

169.              Lora Leigh XL Sweatshirt ***

170.              JR Ward/Gena Showalter

171.              Laura Kaye books    

172.              Live laugh love decal

173.              Avon perfume and necklace

174.              coloring set

175.              coloring set

176.              collectible coins 9/11

177.              Marie Connor Author VA Collection of books

178.              Sandra Neeley 5 ebooks ***

179.              Sandra Neeley signed book and swag ***

180.              Kallypso Masters string bag

181.              Kallycon Tote

182.              JS Scott duffel           

183.              Pure Romance

184.              Ebook bundle ***

185.              Maggie Adams 2 signed books

186.              Traci Wooden Carlisle signed book and jewelry

187.              Lorah Jaiyne signed book

188.              Younique makeup

189.              Blue & gray scarf ***

190.              Green scarf ***

191.              Gray scarf ***

192.              Rainbow scarf ***

193.              Legatum series

194.              Voices of the Dead Series

195.              Nightshade series

196.              Eagle portrait, statue

197.              Dream Journal set

198.              Glitter Journal set

199.              Livia Grant Signed book

200.              shoe stapler swag set

201.              Angel Swag & book

202.              Amy L Gale & Iphone cover           

203.              Colleen Meyers & Iphone cover

204.              Kindle cover and tags

205.              red journal and swag

206.              blue journal and swag

207.              4 regency Novels           

208.              Susan Hayes a

209.              Susan Hayes b

210.              DeAnne Taylor

211.              Books and sleeves

212.              regency books

213.              Melissa Schroeder books

214.              science fiction books

215.              Rebekah Lewis books           

216.              Paranormal book collection

217.              contemporary book collection

218.              contemporary book collection

219.              Signed books

220.              Wood flag  

221.              hardback books

222.              pens and notebooks

223.              shoe stapler swag set           

224.              Robin Rance book   

225.              Kate James book     

226.              Tricia Andersen  2 Signed books           

227.              Meredith Wild 3 books           

228.              Mike Evans book     

229.              Passions and rainbow tumbler

230.              Lynn Hammond set

231.              6 signed books and tote

232.              Alex Lux books

233.              M Leighton books ***

234.              SJ Mayer books ***

235.              Jennifer Snow Books ***

236.              Jamberry Gift set

237.              Clay Air Force Bear

238.              Victoria’s Secret Face Masks

239.              Coloring Book Set

240.              Day of the dead coloring books

241.              2 MM books -unsigned

242.              5 books-unsigned

243.              Gregory MaGuire books-unsigned

244.              Johanna Rae books signed

245.              2 Xmas books signed

246.              4 books – unsigned

247.              Jennifer Armintrout books-signed

248.              Carolyn Brown books-signed

249.              5 BDSM books signed

250.              10 Ebooks-Crawley Creek ***

251.              5 ebooks- Surrender Series ***

252.              Tupperware

253.              2 Embroidered towels ***

254.              Xmas Lularoe Leggings

255.              Lularoe Leggings

256.              4 soup bowls & cozies

257.              3 white soup bowls & cozies

258.              3 blue soup bowls & cozies

259.              Nine West purse w/scarf

260.              Lori King white Shirt & book ***

261.              Lori King red shirt & book ***

262.              Swag Bag rainbow

263.              Prize Closet 1

264.              Prize Closet 2

265.              Phone keyboard

266.              Unicorn watch and purse

267.              Prize Closet 3

268.              2 books unsigned

269.              Garnet Rings Size 7

270.              Mary Ann Clarkson gift set

271.              Mermaid gift basket

272.              Rose Nickol 2 signed books

273.              Paparazzi Jewelry 1-Circles

274.              Paparazzi Jewelry 2-Black

275.              Paparazzi Jewelry 3-Beads

276.              Paparazzi Jewelry – Purple

277.              Paparazzi Jewelry-Bracelets

278.              Paparazzi Jewelry-Brass

279.              Paparazzi Jewelry -The Independent

280.              Lori King Collection of Paperbacks

Sinful Saturday-Cookie Cutter Fudge

Cookie Cutter Fudge

fc0c4d2c2ccce70227664e2122e421d7Chocolate is absolutely amazing. So is fudge. And Christmas. And did I mention fudge? This unique recipe from Betty Crockerallows you to shape the fudge however you want. If your household is anything like mine, this won’t last much longer than the time it takes you to pull it out of the cookie cutters and set it on the counter!

This fudge is by far one of my favorite recipes. It is so easily alterable. If you want nuts, add nuts (probably only 1/4 to 1/2 of a cup though). If you want mint fudge, add 1 tsp of mint extract. You get the point; alter it to make it how you want it. Or you can just leave it plain like I do. 🙂 Either way, it is a fabulous Christmas treat!

1 1/2 cups chocolate chips
1 cup peanut butter chips
1 14oz. can sweetened condensed milk
2 tbsp butter (softened)
1 tsp vanilla


Melt the chips, butter, and milk in a double boiler on the stove. You can also put this mixture in the microwave to melt it, but I find it is easier on the stove. It melts better and it is harder to burn.

Once everything is melted and stirred smooth, add in the vanilla. This is the point where you would stir in any other ingredients you could possibly imagine.

Take your cookie cutters and grease them. Wrap the bottoms in foil making sure it is tight. You don’t want any of that delicious fudge leaking out! Place your wrapped cookie cutters on a cookie sheet.

Pour your fudge into the cookie cutters. Fill them as full as you want, but make sure to leave room for candy decorations (if you want them).

Put the cookie sheet in a fridge and let it set for about an hour. You want the fudge to be solidified just enough to place the candies on top. If you put the candies on when the fudge isn’t quite solid enough, you run the risk of them sinking. Once your decorating is all done, place them back in the fridge for another hour or two.

Carefully remove the foil and push the fudge out of the cookie cutters. Make sure you do this when you are the only one home or you won’t have anything to show for all of your hard work! They will eat it all! Trust me!

Sinful Saturday-Funfetti Shortbread Bites

Funfetti Shortbread Bites



  • 1 cup (226g) salted butter, cold and diced into 1 Tbsp pieces*
  • 2/3 cup (142g) granulated sugar
  • 1/2 tsp almond extract
  • 2 1/4 cups (318g) all-purpose flour (scoop and level flour to measure)
  • 2 1/2 Tbsp (30g) nonpareils sprinkles (any color), then about 1/2 Tbsp more for tops if desired


  1. Butter a 13 by 9-inch baking dish and line with 2 sheets of parchment paper (one horizontally and one vertically. I also like to butter between parchment sheets so they stick) leaving a 1-inch over hang on all sides, set aside.
  2. In the bowl of an electric stand mixer cream together butter and sugar until well combined. Mix in almond extract. With mixer set on low speed slowly add in flour and mix until combined (it will take a while and will appear dry and sandy at first but it will start to come together). Mix and fold in sprinkles. Press dough into an even layer in prepared pan (I did it with my hands first then used the bottom of a flat measuring cup to help smooth it out). Chill dough in refrigerator 20 – 30 minutes. Meanwhile preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  3. Lift dough from pan using parchment overhang on all sides. Cut into 1/2-inch squares using a large sharp knife (it works best to just cut long rows). Sprinkle more sprinkles over the top if desired and gently press into dough. Transfer about 1/3 of the cookies to an unbuttered baking sheet (also do not line pan with parchment or silicone liners) and scatter cookies out spacing cookies 1/2-inch apart. Bake in preheated oven 8 – 12 minutes (keep remaining that aren’t currently baking refrigerated). Repeat process with remaining bites, adding them to a cool baking sheet. Cool completely then transfer to an airtight container and store at room temperature.
  4. *Unsalted butter will work great too. Simply whisk in 1/2 tsp salt with the flour before adding if using unsalted butter.
  5. Recipe source: inspired by Land O Lakes

Sinful Saturday-Easy Rosettes Cookie Recipe


Easy Rosettes Cookie Recipe

I was introduced to a old family tradition of making some Rosettes so I just had to try an easy Rosettes Cookie recipe. These cookies are very light and crispy.  The recipe may be simple but I quickly learned there is a special technique that you need to master to make these Rosette cookies the easy way.  If you don’t know the tricks it can become a huge fail real quick.  I am very happy to write them all down so you can get them right the first time!  I even created a video for you (and I hate creating videos)!

First things first. You need to have a Rosette Mold to make these cookies. This is the one use. It’s the NorPro Rosette Iron set I found on Amazon. It ships fast and it’s inexpensive too! I received mine in two days which is good to know if you plan to make these for Christmas. The photo on the box shows you can add two molds and make them at once but I couldn’t do this. Further more, I wouldn’t want to do this. Here’s why. Each mold is a different size and shape. Each size will cook differently and it could be a matter of seconds before your Rosette is way to crispy. You don’t want to make two at the same time for this exact reason. There are other Rosette Iron sets made of Cast Iron too. See them all by clicking here on this Amazon link. Either set is great. The cast iron will definitely be heavier though. The one thing to make sure you take note when buying your set is to make sure it has a wooden handle. It’s extremely easy to make a lot of these cookies when you have a handle that is pretty comfortable to use. I would not buy a set that didn’t have this type of handle.

Rosette Cookies Recipe Ingredients:

2 cups All Purpose Flour
1 can of Condensed Milk
1/4 cup water
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 egg
5 egg yolks only
Pinch of Baking Powder (this would be about a 1/4 teaspoon or less)

Milk Substitute idea:  You can use regular milk as a substitute and it will come out just fine.  I’ve had to do this before.  Just make sure you use 2 cups of milk instead of the condensed milk and water.  Your liquids should always equal 2 cups.

Rosette Topping Ideas

Coat with a Sugar and Cinnamon mixture
Dust with Powdered Sugar (this is my favorite)
Drizzle with any kind of chocolate
Dab a bit of jelly in the center and dust with powdered sugar

TIP: If you dust them in powdered sugar make sure you do this just before you serve them. Let them cool and sit for a while so the grease can settle. If not they will absorb into the cookie and become very soggy if you do it too soon.

You can get all kinds of creative with these cookies when you add food coloring too. Let your imagination go wild.

I combine all of the wet ingredients first and add the flour, salt, sugar and baking powder last. Don’t over beat the eggs. You want to mix them but just slightly. Don’t whip them. I never measure the vanilla. I usually just add a capful or a bit more because I don’t think you can ever have too much vanilla. 😀

You should have a batter that looks a bit like pancake batter but the consistency is a bit more watery. When you start making your cookies you will need to mix this batter every so often because it will settle after a while. I mix it once or twice after about every 20-25 cookies I make.

This recipe makes a lot of cookies. Sometimes I will make half of them and then put the batter in the refrigerator overnight and make the rest the next day. It keeps well in the refrigerator but only for another day, maybe two at the most. I don’t like the waste the batter.

Frying the Easy Rosette Cookies:

First and most importantly make sure your oil is at about 350 degrees. I use a thermometer to make sure I am at the right temperature. There’s no guessing the temp. You need a good thermometer! I really, really like this Polder Deep Fry Stainless Steel Thermometer because it has a handle on the back of it. This handle allows it to sit on the edge of your pan without touching the bottom of the pan and without you having to constantly hold it over that hot heat. It’s inexpensive too! If your temperature is not right the cookies will absorb too much oil if it’s too low or burn real easily it the temp is too hot. I’ve noticed my stove top temperature gauge is on about a 3 or 4 setting once I get to the right temp.

I like to use a frying pan because it’s big and shallow. I can make about three Rosettes at a time with a frying pan. I’ve used less oil when I use a sauce pan but it takes longer to make them. I can say that making three at a time if not for the first timer either. You have to be on the ball when you make these because they can burn quickly. If you are not quick, don’t make more than one at a time.

Expect to throw out a few, break a few. They’re delicate, and even careful handling can cause some to break. Plan ahead so you have enough for your tray. Sprinkle the broken ones and eat them as you go. The kids will be begging for them before they are even done. That’s what I do.

TIP: I created a video for you and if you listen closely right after I dip the oil in the batter and dab it on a kitchen towel to get the excess oil off, I put in in the batter but not all the way. You can hear a slight sizzle when I dip the rosette mold in the batter. You want to hear this sizzle. This means the rosette mold was hot enough and will allow the batter to cook slightly and grab just enough batter for your cookie. You really need to dab that rosette mold after you dip it in oil too. The reason? Because if you have too much oil on it the batter will just fall right off and not even stick to your rosette mold. (ask me how I know! lol) When I first did this I was afraid the batter would stick to the mold and not cook right if I didn’t leave some oil on but that’s not the case at all. Dip the mold in the batter long enough for it to heat up the very first time you start this process and then dab it a few times on paper towels or a small kitchen towel. It works perfectly when you do this.

Frying Information: I started to count seconds when I was doing this to give you some sort of timeframe. When I dipped the rosette mold into the batter I left it for about 3 to 4 seconds. Then when I dipped the rosette mold with the batter into the hot vegetable oil I held it under the oil and counted about 10 to 12 seconds before I lifted it out. Most of the time if you do it exactly like this the cookie will fall right off of the rosette mold when you lift it up. If not, keep a fork nearby and just give a little tug with your fork to make it come right off as you can tell from the video that’s exactly what I do.

I hope you enjoy this Easy Rosette Cookie Recipe as much as my family does.  These tend to be a tradition around the holidays for many.

Sinful Saturday-Santa Hat Pretzels

Santa Hat Pretzels

Mini Twist Pretzels
White Chocolate Almond Bark
Red Sanding Sugar
Mini Marshmallows

1. Melt the white chocolate almond bark according to the directions on the package.
2. Dip each mini twist pretzel halfway into the melted white chocolate almond bark.
3. Dip each almond bark covered pretzel into the red sanding sugar until only a small amount of the
almond bark is showing. Place on waxed paper.
4. Cut the mini marshmallows in half. Use additional melted almond bark to adhere a mini marshmallow
half onto the side of each pretzel. Allow time for the almond bark to set.


Sinful Saturday-Halloween Chex® Mix (1/2 Recipe)

Halloween Chex® Mix (1/2 Recipe)

  • Prep10 MIN
  • Total40 MIN
  • Servings9


oz white chocolate baking bars, coarsely chopped
cups Corn Chex™ or Rice Chex™ cereal
cup bite-size pretzel twists
cup raisins
cup candy corn
tablespoons Betty Crocker™ orange and black candy decors


  • 1
    In medium microwavable bowl, microwave chopped baking bars uncovered on High 1 minute to 1 minute 30 seconds, stirring every 30 seconds, until melted and smooth.
  • 2
    Gently stir in cereal, pretzels and raisins until evenly coated. Stir in candy corn and decors.
  • 3
    Spread on waxed paper or foil until cool and chocolate is set, about 30 minutes. Break into chunks. Store loosely covered.



HALLOWEEN CANDY CORN BARK                         113f3e927b26718c516c114836de73efINGREDIENTS:

10 Halloween-colored chocolate

sandwich cookies, chopped (I used regular Oreos)

3/4 cup broken small pretzel sticks

12 ounce bag of white chocolate chips

1 cup candy corn

orange and brown sprinkles


1. Line an 8×8 baking sheet with parchment paper and lightly grease with non-stick cooking spray.

2. Spread the cookies and pretzels in the bottom of the pan.
3. Melt chocolate in a bowl set over a pan of simmering water, or in the microwave, stirring frequently until melted. Remove from the heat while there are still a few chunks, and stir until smooth. White chocolate burns easily.
4. Drizzle chocolate with a spoon over the goodies in the pan, spreading the top flat to coat evenly.
5. Top with candy corn and sprinkles. Let cool until firm. Break into pieces and store in an airtight container.

adapted from allrecipes
All images and text © for My Baking Addiction



4c7a7013dd7925547a6a2d2ebe47081ePREP TIME:

Pecan Pie Cookies have a thin flaky crust with a layer of the amazing nutty caramely pecan pie filling we love so much! These are the perfect cookies for any occasion!

  • 1 prepared single pie crust homemade or purchased, I used Pillsbury
  • 2 tablespoons butter melted
  • 1/2 cup pecans chopped
  • 1/3 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup corn syrup
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 cup semi sweet or milk chocolate chip for decorating
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.

  2. Combine butter, pecans, brown sugar, corn syrup, salt and eggs. While constantly stirring, cook on the stovetop over medium-low heat just until thickened. (You don’t want it dry, just slightly thickened, about the consistency of pudding). Remove from heat and set aside.
  3. Unroll dough and using a 3″ cookie cutter, cut out circles. Gently fold about 1/8-1/4″ up on the edges.
  4. Spoon 1 tablespoon of the pecan mixture into each circle.
  5. Place on a parchment lined pan (it’s important to line it) and bake 8 minutes or until filling is just set. Remove from oven and cool on a wire rack.
  1. Place chocolate chips in a small Ziploc bag (use brand name, the store brands tend to leak). Microwave about 15 seconds or until mostly melted. Snip off a tiny corner of the baggie and drizzle chocolate over the cookies. Cool until set.

Calories calculated without chocolate drizzle.


Calories: 171

(Nutriton information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.)

Sinful Saturday-Halloween Monster Eye Cookies

Halloween Monster Eye Cookies

010f43543fe548481f2fabe441edc173You guys…I am feeling like a crazy lady.  Halloween is not even here yet, and I am in the middle of setting up a Christmas tree for an upcoming project with Michaels.  People are really going to wonder about “that crazy neighbor” when they come Trick-or-Treating and spy the Christmas Tree in the window!  But, I will tell you what…it sure is making it fun and festive at our house.

The kids had an activity earlier this week that we needed to bring a dessert too.  We decided to use our favorite “go to” cookie recipe (you can find the recipe here)…

{Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies}

And since Halloween (not Christmas…hehe) is right around the corner we thought it would be fun to make them Halloween cookies by spookify-ing them a little bit.  So right after the cookies came out of the oven, we stuck some Rolo candies in the middle of the warm cookies and then stuck a candy eyeball on the top.  (We found the Wilton candy eyes in the baking section of our grocery store…I have also seen them at Walmart and Target or you can get them from Amazon here: Wilton Candy Eyes).

%d bloggers like this: