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The best way to keep the house warm is to keep baking

The temperature is going to be in the teens tonight, so I thought I’d fight the cold with a little baking.
Mmmm…it’s been months since I made my favorite chocolate chip/toffee cookies. The recipe is from Southern Living, and I’ve posted it before, but it’s worth re-visiting. The only revision I make is to use half a bag of Nestle’s mini chips, and half a bag of Heath Brickle Bits. I bake them for 12 min, or until the edges are a little brown, but the centers look a little underdone. The cookies continue to bake on the sheet after you take them out, so don’t let the entire cookie get brown in the oven.

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Two of my favorite things: cookies and owls.

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11 responses »

  1. awesome cookie jar:-) And the cookies look yum. No coconutty cashews at my Costco:-(

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  2. Love the owl cookie jar!

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  3. These look good!
    You should enter our Cookie Contest! Please stop by our blog and enter!
    http://virginiaplantation.wordpress.com/cookie-contest-2013/

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  4. Marvelous! Such a beautiful looking bake! =)

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  5. It’s funny that you’re using your baking to heat your house while I’m avoiding baking as it’s so hot here!

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  6. Those cookies look amazing…I will have to make some soon.

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