If George Foreman can name all five of his sons, “George Edward Foreman,” then I can certainly have multiple chocolate chip cookie recipes here on this blog. It’s only fair.
So, what’s different about these bad boys? A bit of a puffier cookie, the addition of ground-up, toasted oats, and a knock-your-socks-off trifecta of chocolates. Similar to how the Harry Potter books and movies should be considered as entirely independent entities IMHO, I don’t like to directly compare my chocolate chip cookie recipes. Just as the HP & the Chamber of Secrets movie could not accommodate Nearly Headless Nick’s Death Day party, my Copy Cat Entenmann’s Chocolate Chip Cookies (or the You-Won’t-Miss-the-Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies, Gooey Chocolate Chip Cookies, or even my Classic(ish) Chocolate Chip Cookies) could not accommodate the ground oats that make these White, Dark, & Milk Triple Chocolate Cookies so satisfying — think about it, this is a tremendous analogy.
You get the best of both worlds Chill it out, take it slow Then you rock out the show You get the best of both worlds Mix it all together And you know that it’s the best of both worlds
On the surface, it would seem that Miley Cyrus is probably singing about her Hannah Montana persona in this song, but I’m willing to bet that there’s actually a double meaning here and Miley is actually rhapsodizing about my Black & Tan Brownies. Very plausible.
Blondies are delicious, and brownies are delicious, but together, their respective deliciousnesses synergize into a result that far exceeds the sum of its parts (similar to Golpalott’s Third Law – see Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince for clarification, if needed).
A 12-pack of beer is a lot for this girl — even when paced out over time. As a result, I’ve found many ways to get crafty with beer (mostly to free up fridge space). Beer-braised carnitas, beer pizza crust (no additional yeast needed), beer bread, even beer chocolate chip cookies! You name it, I’ve probably tried to make it with beer — still perfecting my beer overnight oats though… (totally kidding)
In the world of dentistry, “SRP” stands for “Scaling and Root Planing,” a super thorough deep-clean. In the world of FoodSwingBlog, “SRP” stands for “Short Recipe Post,” a condensed, flavor-packed post with minimal added comedic fillers and no high fructose corn syrup.
Sweet & Salty Peanut Cookies
Crunchetize me Cap’n! I have not seen a Cap’n Crunch cereal commercial in yeeeeaaaars, but I still remember the slogan perfectly! As a kid, my mom would never buy it for me because it was “too sugary,” yet, I still was allowed to eat Little Debbie Zebra Cakes — I guess that’s balance.
It wasn’t until college that I experienced the delights of Cap’n Crunch cereal. As my peers were discovering things like pot, beer, and “themselves,” I was exploring the world of sweetened cereals. My parents must be so proud.