The return of homemade cookie dough

Okay, as you might have guessed by the title, this is about homemade cookie dough. Do not ask me why I am writing about cookie dough 😉 I just am.

Two days ago, I decided we needed cookies (for a reason I shall not state — though if you read Spilling Ink, you might figure it out). We were out of store-bought cookie dough, so there was only one thing I could do. Make it.

I would copy down the recipe I used, but that would take forever — and I’d probably get it wrong. Besides, you probably already have a cookie recipe. Or you just buy it at the store. (But homemade, I must say, is the best way to make cookies.)

Now you are probably wondering why I titled this post “The return of homemade cookie dough”. It is because usually my sister, Niner, makes it; and since she’s busy with college and homework and all, she hadn’t made any for a while, so we had to use store-bought cookie dough. Not nearly as good.

So, for the first time in my life, I made cookie dough alone. Yes I got some help with things like finding the ingredients and what the recipe meant, but I did all the mixing alone! Without anyone even supervising.

So now we have homemade cookie dough to eat whenever we want. Yum.

COOKIE DOUGH!!!!!!!!!!

P.S: To make this post worth your reading time, I will add a little tip: raw cookie dough is just as good as cooked cookies. Yes, I mean straight from that batter that is waiting to be made into cookies into your mouth. Good thing about this: you don’t have to waste time cooking it. Bad news: Well… the eggs are raw this way… BUT WHO CARES?!?!?!?! It’s good.

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5 comments

  1. I must be the only person in the world (or maybe there are 2 or 3 others, cause I’m not that unique a person, but I digress!) who doesn’t care much for raw, or even uncooked, cookie dough. Give me fresh home-baked cookies anytime. I will even drink milk with them if they are warm chocolate chip cookies!

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