We've all come across countless posts and images of the perfect or ultimate chocolate chip cookie recipe, I know I have.
Each one basically called for similar ingredients and techniques.
So why would this one be any different? You'll need to try it out and see for yourself it's amazing!
I wanted a cookie that stayed soft and chewy for days, that was salty yet sweet, with a nice buttery taste and
amazing melt in your mouth chocolate in every bite.
So here it is:
The kind of chocolate really does make a world of difference, my go to in Ghirardelli milk chocolate of cacao, if you want the chocolate to stay soft and ooze out of every bite go with the 60% cacao chips.
What you'll need:
2 1/3 sticks salted butter
2 extra large eggs
3 cups of sifted flour
2 cups of sugar
3 tablespoons of full flavor molasses
1 tablespoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla
10 ounces of chocolate chips
mix together butter, sugar, baking soda, molasses and salt
then add flour and eggs
finally the vanilla and chocolate chips
Place in a 365 degree oven 8-9 minutes for individual round cookies (makes 3 dozen)
or bake for 15-23 minutes for a cookie sheet cake, time varies based on depth of baking sheet. (prepare pan with spray pan with coconut oil and dust with flour)
A while back I took the kiddos to an awesome event in my the village where I grew up and where my love for hamburgers began, I probably ate my weight in burgers when I was little even though now I've been a vegetarian for 25 years it doesn't mean we still can't enjoy a little fun at Burgerfest.
My two meat eaters, enjoying every bit of their burgers.
I love retro but this is one ugly light fixture. I wish it was as easy as just changing it but we have low voltage wiring running throughout the house which left us in the dark for 4 days after changing the chandelier in the dining room and another 2 weeks trying to resolved the problem, so I'm stuck with this ugly light fixture in all it's green metal 60's glory.
I started with quilting strips cut to about a 1/2 inch wide (but left over fabric scraps would work just as well)
I then wrapped the fabric around the part of the light I wanted covered and hot glued the ends closed.
This way I can easily remove the fabric if I wanted to change the color or revamp the light fixture in the future.
This project took about an hour to complete and cost nothing since I already had everything I needed.