Friday, December 16, 2011

Copy Cat

Over the years I've tried to pinpoint my favorite dessert, (see far right column titled: Toppings) with absolutely zero success. Anything, and everything, beautiful and/or sweet makes the list; a moist fluffy cake that evaporates as it melts in your mouth, chewy confections that make your eyes roll to the back of your head,...

...and cookies, which are virtually effortless to whip up with any scant amount of ingredients. That's the great thing about cookies - a little butter, a little sugar, a little flour and in a matter of minutes you can have a delicious wonderful creation! And these cookies t
aste just as good as their name indicates!
Fried Ice Cream Cookies

These eccentric cookies harmonize a sweet and salty balance with the distinct flavor of crunchy cornflake fried ice cream. Though the cookie texture is a far cry from smooth ice cream, these cookies are a fun and much easier alternative to the real deal, plus the flavor is spot on! You can barely tell the difference!

1 cup butter2 cups white sugar3 teaspoons vanilla extractBeat until smooth and creamy
Add2 eggsMix again until fluffy
Add2 ½ cups flour3 cups crush cornflakes1 cup coconut flakes1 teaspoon baking powder1 teaspoon salt
Bake at F350° for 10-12 minutesTransfer to rack or paper towel to cool

1 Sweet Talkers:

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