There comes a time in each of our lives when we must leave responsible, grown-up eating habits behind and we must try to kill ourselves via food.
Hence this blog post. I give y’all…
THE FAT KID COOKIE
There’s no way you’re ready for this jelly so I’m withholding the entire recipe. Only after you witness what an abomination these are can you fully determine if the FAT KID COOKIE is something you can handle. Once you do…please contact moi (email@example.com) and frickin’ ORDER SOME! $15 for a dozen is totally reasonable…doncha think?
I don’t tend to discriminate when it comes to cookies. I’m an equal opportunity muncher. Oatmeal raisin, peanut butter, oreos, sugar, and of course chocolate chip are all pretty equal in my mind…or in my belly. I’d like to think that I make all these cookies with equal deliciousness but there’s ONE cookie that drives people smack into their happy place: the snickerdoodle.
‘What is it, Laura, about this particular cookie that makes folks so happy?’ you ask.
well maybe…Cinnamon makes people stupidly happy.
The slightly crispy outside and the buttery inside makes people stupidly happy.
Donut glaze makes people stupidly happy.
Free cookies make people stupidly happy.
The first time I made these was while performing in Hilton Head, SC around Christmas of ’08. There was this local holiday cookie competition and I entered thinkin’ ‘ooo fun’ and frickin won. So…yeah…these things are tasty.
I also baked these for Madison Square Eats and they sold out in a day-and for the next week of the festival everyday someone would come by saying ‘Hey, do you have any snickerdoodles?’ It makes a girl monstrously proud.
And also kinda giggly…I mean what’s funnier than a grown man saying ‘snickerdoodle’?
So here’s my recipe and here’s hopin’ you like ‘em!Stuff you’ll need
set oven to 375/ use ungreased cookie sheets
2 1/4 cups flour
1 t baking powder
1 t salt 1
1 1/2 T cinnamon
2 sticks room temperature butter
1/2 cup white sugar
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 t vanilla
2 room temperature eggs
3 T plus 1 T cinnamon for rolling
Combine first 4 ingredients in small bowl
Cream butter and sugars
Add eggs one at a time
Beat in flour in 3 incorporations
Stuff you’ll need
2 t hot milk
1/2 t vanilla
1/2 cup powdered sugar (10x sugar)
whisk together and let set for a sec til it’s kinda room temp. (how frickin’ easy was THAT?)
pour over cookies or dip cookies into the glaze.