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Cookie is a Monster

If it’s possible to eat too many cookies, I am fairly certain I have reached that point and it’s not even Christmas yet.  It all started to unravel with my decision to give home baked cookies as gifts, instead of buying trinkets people pretend to like, only to slyfully return later.

The problem I didn’t consider was all the taste testing involved.  You know, for quality and freshness and stuff.  Needless to say, I have confirmed my weakness for Nutella, my love of crunchy peanut butter, and a little-known flare with walnuts.


So, though the treats are going off without a hitch, I am feeling like I may have overdone it.  And, I am pretty sure the Canada food guide doesn’t endorse ricotta cookies for breakfast, despite my best effort to position them as a source of dairy.

So please don’t wait for me to bake you a birthday cake. I am locking up the butter and sugar until next year my friends.  Now to get through the weekend.  Merry Christmas to all!


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  1. Wow those look amazing!!! What a great gift idea :)

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  2. Dude - those cookies were delicious, but I'm holding you partially responsible for my holiday gut right now.

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