Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Getting rid of another lurker: chocolate kisses
I had a glass candy tray displayed in the living room for months, with Hershey's Christmas chocolate kisses on the tray, in silver, red and green foil. Some were eaten, yet they remained. I moved the tray to the kitchen table, a few more were nibbled, but most have been lurking. Since the theme around here has been "use what's on hand," I decided to make a batch of peanut butter, chocolate kisses cookies, using up the rest of a jar of natural peanut butter and opening a jar of organic peanut butter, both jars were purchased off of crash and burn.
I used this recipe:
The kids will be happy.
Since I ended up STILL having (now unpeeling/unfoiled) kisses leftover, I will chop those up, and save them in a jar for the next batch of cookies: chocolate chip. I am out of regular choc chips, and refuse to buy any at the moment, so we'll just make do.
Cookie tray number one just came out of the oven, looks like I'll get just over 2 dozen, good sized cookies out of this batch. Nice.