November 2, 2012
When I was a kid, I could make my Halloween stash last until Thanksgiving. I'd take inventory of it just to make sure my brother wasn't stealing any. My kids would like to do the same, except I have a new tradition. First, they spare no time in trick or treating, and usually get a good pillow case full of sugar. After they comb through it and sort out their favorites, they can keep a small amount. The rest goes to the sweet senior saints at the Retirement Center down the street. I grab a few fav's too, not to consume, but to make cookies out of. Yes, I'm all about making a good thing better, so I mix my favorite cookie dough and add chopped up pieces of M&M's, Kit Kats, Hershey's, and whatever else seems good. After Halloween, cookies are a great way to use up all that candy. This weekend grab a glass of milk and try to tell me I'm wrong.
She Buzz Words
She Could be a
Movie Theater Employee
Right Now she could be
Cleaning the litter box
Feeding an animal
Grooming an animal
Buying pet food
She Easy Cookie
1 packet refrigerated sugar cookie dough (store bought)
1 cup of chopped up Halloween candy (Milky Way, Snickers, etc.)
crystallized sugar sprinkles
Preheat oven to 350F degrees. Slice cookie dough and put a piece of the bite sized candy in the middle of each piece of dough.Then fold over each corner of the dough to the center over the candy. Shake sprinkles on top of each cookie.
Place on a baking sheet and then bake for 12 minutes, or until the candy is melted completely.
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