I think I mentioned in my previous post that I made Tollhouse Cake for my Bible Study. I took in yesterday and laid it down by the rest of the snacks and dropped the boys off in their room. I came back and it was half gone. People were raving about it! I've blogged the recipe once, here it is again for your pleasure. Some of the older women, the ones who can whip up anything homemade on the drop of a hat, were even asking for the recipe. I was feeling good.
Today, Cooper go to celebrate his birthday at school. They pick the closest date they can to their actual birthday. I made cake cookies to take in. Anyone who was at the blogger playdate knows what I am talking about. I picked him up and one of the teachers told me they were the best cookies ever! I am feeling pretty darn good about my culinary skills. These are super easy to make as well... so here goes.
1 box of cake mix (I've only ever used chocolate)
1/3 cups oil (I don't think this is enough, but it's what was given to me. I usually start with 1/3 and once I start mixing, add a bit here and there until the mixture is smooth)
Optional: nuts, choc chips, etc. (I've used peanut butter chips and white chocolate chips)
Mix first three ingredients together until smooth, add the chips of your choosing, roll into balls and bake on 350 for 7-9 minutes. I have gotten anywhere from 27-30 cookies in one batch.