Looking for an easy cookie recipe that tastes like you slaved away in the kitchen for hours? One of my favorite tricks is buying Betty Crocker Oatmeal Cookie Mix and adding in other ingredients to make them even better.
I’ve never tried the other cookie mixes, but I’m sure they’re great as well. I really like the consistency of the oatmeal cookies because they’re not super chunky. They’re more of a ground up oatmeal texture.
You just follow the directions on the bag, but add in your own mix ins to make them extra tasty. I like to add Heath/Toffee bits & mini chocolate chips. I use mini chocolate chips because they’re about the same size as the Heath Bits, giving the cooking a balanced texture.
I love them because they’re a little salty, sweet, chewy & a total crowd pleaser!
Valentine’s Day can be kind of a buzz kill. Not everyone has a significant other. Not everyone gets to spend V-day with the one they love. Not all Valentinexpectations are always fulfilled. But you know what everyone does have… a squad. So whether you’ve got plans with your boo or are looking for something to keep yourself preoccupied, you should totally celebrate your favorite friends! This year, I’m all about Galentine’s Day. Because let’s be real, girls are the only ones who really care about the holiday anyways.
In the words of Leslie Knope… It’s wonderful and it should be a national holiday.
Do you know anyone who turns down a warm cup of hot chocolate? Nope. Neither do I. One of my favorite last minute gifts are these super easy, inexpensive, DIY Hot Chocolate Spoons!
It’s been a while since I’ve posted one of my trusty “Microwave Meals”. I’ve gotten a handful of comments telling me that I shouldn’t use a microwave, because it zaps food nutrition. Lucky for you, the recipe I’m bringing you has absolutely zero nutritional value. Does that mean it also zaps calories out too? Just saying…
Since I am the queen of baking, it only seems right to share one of my all time favorite cookie recipes with you guys for the holidays. I love baking for friends and family, there’s nothing quite like filling people with sugary goodness.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… or Hanukah, or any holiday you celebrate in winter! Which can only mean one thing in our house, BAKING! The one request I get over and over again is for easy cookies. Meaning, not a million ingredients and steps. Which I totally understand.