Moose wrote:^Sounds Yummy.
I ended up making the cake pops for Halloween. I used spice mix and cream cheese frosting but skipped on the sticks. They were delicious and everyone raved about them, but in retrospect not using sticks made it more difficult and I think I didn't get the candy coating hot enough.
Those are awesome! Great job! If your candy coating is not fluid enough, you can add a little vegetable oil to it. I definitely recommend getting a candy melter. The Wilton one I have is about $20. It keeps the candy at the right consistency for dipping.
So I promised that I would post a new recipe on Monday, but I ended up having to decorate the office for Christmas on Monday and Tuesday, then I had lots of stuff to catch up on from when I was out of work with the death flu the week of Thanksgiving. So I'm just now getting around to posting this. I'm so sorry! Oh, if you'll notice, my counters are a different color. This is my first post from our new house!
Recently I joined Pinterest. It is like crack. I could spend all day on there. Seriously. All. Day. I have found tons of recipes on there that I WILL make during the holidays, so look forward to that. This recipe was one of the first things that I repinned on there. I am a sucker for anything cookie dough related, so when I saw these I knew I had to try them. I ended up making them for Cammy's 5th birthday party. They were definitely a hit. If you love cookie dough, then you must try these asap. The original post is on Disney Family, HERE.Cookie Dough Bites
Hands-On Time: 20 minutes
Ready In: 1 hour
Yield: 2 dozen cookies
1 cup salted butter, softened
1½ cups packed light brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 cups flour
6 ounces miniature chocolate chips
Cream butter and sugar together.
Add remaining ingredients and mix well -- use your hands to get it together the best.
Roll into 1-inch balls.
Refrigerate until firm, about 30 minutes. Dip in chocolate, drizzle with chocolate or eat as is -- equally delicious no matter what!
Let stand at room temperature for about 10 minutes before serving.
Store in the refrigerator.