So, as it is with most holidays, food is kind of a big deal and is served in copious amounts at parties and family gatherings. This usually means that everyone is responsible for bringing a dish, because it turns out you are no longer 16 years-old and able to just show up empty-handed and devour everything in sight. Now you have to actually cook, bake, sauté…..sauté! And that’s all fine and good, except not everyone can create magically festive culinary masterpieces. Your cousin Katy makes the most amazing baked goods with such artistry you don’t know whether you should eat them or place them in a beauty pageant.
Recipe for the Rookie ChefThis Easter she’s bound to show up with some kind of chick-shaped cake pop collection, so it’s time to step up your game. I’m going to change your life by sharing a secret cookie recipe with you that is guaranteed to blow minds. And taste buds. More importantly, it’s fool-proof. Seriously, it’s been tested on fools and they passed with flying colours. All you need is:
1 tub of Cool Whip (8 oz)
Then here’s what you do…
1. Mix first 3 ingredients together until moist.
2. Form into small round balls.
3. Roll in a light coating of icing sugar.
4. Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes.
5. Cool on pan a few minutes before removing. Sprinkle a little extra icing sugar on top.
6. High-five the person closest to you because you just made the best cookies ever.
Voila. Delicious no-fuss cookies that you can bring to your next family dinner. Don’t forget to exaggerate the time and effort you put into them.
Enjoy, you rockstar baker. Happy Easter!