Cookies: Key to Family Foodie

So all of us have nights when cooking doesn’t seem like so much fun, when work has been a drag, and the kids have mountains of homework, and all we really want is a beer and chips….so a great solution for our family is to order out (PieTanza – our favorite pizza purveyor) and then bake cookies – after we’ve all eaten and showered and finished homework.  Now sometimes we’ll bake from scratch, but tonight we had some Betty Crocker cookie mixes that we bought on sale with coupons, and the kids were up for making them.  Of course, they’ll all be gone within 24 hours, but they were yummy while they lasted.  A cooking sequence below:

First, crack the egg and add some butter (or oil depending upon the cookie):

Then, the mixing begins:

 

Next we need to put them by rounded teaspoonfuls on the cookie sheet:

 

And then they cook, and the kids eat:

 

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4 Comments to “Cookies: Key to Family Foodie”

  1. I love how easy it is to make this.My son also enjoys making them 🙂

  2. This is such a nice idea for fast recipe on hand in the house, everyone can sure make this.
    Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.

    I would surely pass this link on to my friends.

  3. Hello,

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