Houston Comicpalooza 2018 Cookie Recipes
Posted by Dantzel
Okay, so maybe I need to update this place more often. It’s, uh, been awhile.
So I’ll start with the good stuff. The stuff you’ve all been waiting for.
The recipes of the cookies I gave out at Houston Comicpalooza a few weeks ago.
I gave out HUNDREDS of cookies in two days time. It was fun, and a little exhausting. If you ever want to run a fun social experiment, bake a bunch of delicious cookies and offer them to strangers. (Please don’t poison anyone.) It’s interesting to see who turns them down, who accepts, who asks what I’m selling, and who takes 5-10 cookies for themselves (dudes, every time).
I baked my own two favorite recipes, because that’s how you show love, right? I could pretend I made up my own recipes for these cookies, but you know what? I didn’t. Maybe when I’m not teaching Pilates four days out of the week I’ll have more time to devote to devising my own recipes. In the meantime, here we are.
So here’s the recipe for Soft and Chewy Lemon Cookies, and here’s the recipe for Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies. Yes, there is a pattern to the type of cookies that I favor. The only difference between the cookies I baked and the recipe above is that I nearly always bake my own chocolate chip cookies with mini chips, and I never bake them as large as Sally’s recipe calls for.
The great thing about Sally’s Baking Addiction is that she explains exactly why she’s taking each step to accomplish a particular desired result. If you like a little education while baking your sweets, she’s a great resource. A little wordy on the posts, but I’ve seen worse, and with far less helpful information.
So if you’re inclined toward chewy-type cookies, give one of these recipes a try, and let me know how they turn out for you. I can’t always bake your cookies for you.
About DantzelPilates and dance teacher by day, science fiction and fantasy writer by whenever.
Posted on June 20, 2018, in Uncategorized and tagged baking, chocolate chip, comicpalooza, cookies, lemon sugar cookies, recipes. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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