Today, over coffee and these cookies, I am linking up with Amanda @ Running With Spoons to do some random musings because:
Thank you Amanda for hosting and helping me organize my otherwise haphazard mind
•1• On Thursday…(today for some and tomorrow for others) I am super psyched (not to be confused with super psycho) to be the SITS featured blogger!
•3• I have been a little behind in catching up on news, but yesterday I came across this article about a pharmacist that went above and beyond what his job entailed; when an elderly couple showed up to pay for their prescription, they were surprised to find that they owed a lot more than they usually paid, the pharmacist swooped in and, without any hesitation, paid for their prescription! A simple and small act – but I bet it meant the world to that couple! You can read the whole article here
•4• Christmas is only 13 days away and I have not even started my Christmas shopping! GAH!!!
•5• I cam across this video titled “When You Let Your Kid Play Ball in the House” and had to share! This little chap is seriously AMAZING!
•6• I have a stash of nutbutter in my fridge, I keep them refrigerated as I love how a
shovelful spoonful melts in a bowl of warm oats! or in my mouth
•7• All this nutbutter talk reminds me of how much I love “no-flour-nutbutter-and-some-form-of-chocolate-cookies” – like these peanutbutter, peppermint, white chocolate ones!
Or these “No Flour – Almond Butter, Chocolate Chip Cookies” – Or these “Chocolate Chip, Coconut, Peanut Butter Cookies (No Flour/No Butter)”
•8• And finally the recipe for the cookies!
• Workout DVD’s – yay or nay?
• Is there such a thing as too much nutbutter?
• What do you think of Titus?
- 8 ounces peanut butter (or nutbutter of your choice)
- 1 egg
- 2 teaspoons sugar (or more according to taste)
- handful each of white chocolate chips and peppermint chips
- Preheat Oven to 375 degrees
- Mix the peanut butter, egg and sugar really well with a spoon - mix will be wet, but the more you stir the more it hardens to a dough like consistency
- Add the white chocolate and peppermint chips
- Roll into balls, flatten balls and place on a parchment lined baking tray
- Bake for 10-12 minutes and let cool - I have found that the cooler they get, the sweeter they taste