You know I love cookies. And I love chocolate. So chocolate cookies should be an easy thing to please me, but they often are dry or not chocolatey enough. These cookies manage to be not too dry (if eaten warm) and super chocolatey. Plus, they are easy to make ahead and bake whenever you need one.
Many months ago, the Fudgelet spotted this recipe when reading through a cookbook. He wanted to make it when it was Easter time, so I saved it and pulled it out again just a few days before the holiday. He was very excited and happy that I had remembered, and I was very excited and happy that he helped me make them! Not so long ago he couldn’t roll a ball of dough, but he started doing it some with Play-Doh so I knew he could do these.
On the hunt for a different recipe, I flipped through and the Fudgelet saw this. He can’t resist rainbow treats (see me making this and this and this). So here we are again with a different rainbow. What are we celebrating with this one? Well, maybe my dad’s birthday. Maybe some good news I had today about the Chiplet, who by the way can eat these. Candy melts as a frosting are a great allergy-friendly option, by the way.
I haven’t been making as many new savory dishes recently, but have been making new baking recipes to try out. After making the World Peace cookies that I just shared, I made other cookie recipes, including this bar you see below.
Here we are today with some recipes that I honestly can’t even remember where all of them came from. So, it’s a good chance to show some fails. The successes I tend to remember better, so that’s good for everyone.
Do you ever make a recipe and hope for it to fail? That seems like a waste of time. Sometimes I have doubts but I always hope that everything will turn out okay. Well, let’s start with a recipe that had me thinking it was a success for the first day or so…