If I carefully schedule everything at home and the office--we're talking 10 schedules--so that I can have one measly hour to write or go to yoga, fate (that brat) will intervene to remind me who is boss.
If I stay up late on Pinterest to find activities to dazzle my three-year-old son, he will be unimpressed. He will stare at me in disappointment when I present the color/number wheel game I made with matching clothespins. Pipe cleaners and finger paint will fail miserably, too. His thrill of the day will be when we pour baking soda and vinegar down a drain to unclog it.
The only sure thing...is that nothing is a sure thing
So, imagine my surprise when I discovered something that made everyone in my house smile. Strawberry cookies! My son loves how pretty and pink they are. I love how easy and tasty they are. Even my health nut husband ventured a nibble and said, "Those are some good cookies."
The best surprise of all was when I felt little arms surround me and heard, "Mommy, I love you."
Magic cookies. Thank you, Taste and Tell blog.
Are you ready for the recipe?
Mix 1/2 cup vegetable oil with 2 eggs.
Add strawberry cake mix and 1/2 cup coconut.
Drop onto cookie sheet. Bake at 350 for 8 minutes.
A strawberry cookie may not be a sure thing, but it sure is a sweet one.
This is really a simple and easy recipe to be prepared at home. The cookies gives a fresh, bright flavor of strawberries which makes the perfect background for the sweetness. Thanks for sharing this tasty recipe.
You are welcome! I love that there are only four ingredients.ReplyDelete
Okay, not sure if you knew or not, but I have a strong addiction to all things strawberry + coconut. Just made a strawberry coconut pound cake the other day. I can't wait to try this one! Thanks for sharing the recipe! :)ReplyDelete
Oh, and by the way, 98% of my "Fun Toddler Ideas!" result in epic failure. Hmph. I think, if anything, we should get brownie points for trying, right? Mmmm...brownies...
Seriously, I think I have a sweets problem... ;)
You just solved the mystery of what creative gift I can make for Valentines Day! Thanks Brandi--ReplyDelete