It’s hard to say, but at the moment I’m failing to think of anything. The problem with cinnamon rolls is that they require a bit of planning ahead and sometimes you just haven’t done that when a craving hits.
Like those moments when you just have to have a cinnamon roll immediately or you may die. Does that happen to you too?
Well, you see, that’s what I’m here for, to solve these urgent problems in life. Does that mean that I plan to save the world one cookie at a time? Maybe it does. Don’t judge. It’s a perfectly good plan, even if it’s a bit ambitious.
Some days I have the hardest time deciding what to make and it’s usually not from lack of inspiration. It’s more common for me to have too many ideas than not enough and, being the indecisive person that I am, making a decision is just beyond my ability on occasion. When that happens I resort to cookies. When in doubt, make chocolate chip cookies. I’m thinking of making that my motto because it always applies.
So I was all set to make some chocolate chip cookies on said day, but then I remembered that I have never shared one of my family’s favorite cookies with you and I switched gears. I’m really not sure why I’ve never blogged these before. I guess they are one of those recipes that I always think I’ve already shared because they’re a staple in my house.
They’re as simple as any other cookie but with the all the benefits of supplying a fix for even the most extensive cinnamon roll addiction. I’m not saying that there isn’t a time and place for cinnamon rolls (which reminds me that I really need to make them soon), but for the rest of the time these cookies have got you covered.
And by the way, there’s plenty of room in OSWC (Organization for Saving the World with Cookies) if you want to hop on the bandwagon. These are a good place to start.