Did I get your attention with that comment?
Ok, well, really cookies are nothing like beds,
but it got you over here reading didn’t it?
Here is my big philosophical reason on beds and cookies…
I like big cookies and I have discovered that I like big beds.
The more the merrier, right?
See, in my mind, cookies are like beds.
The more cookies I have the merrier I am,
and the bigger the bed, more merriment I get from all that space!
Yes, I have strange ways of looking at things:-)
Last week we spent a week at the beach with my family.
The room we stayed in had a king sized bed.
I am more than ready to upgrade to one that size for my room at home.
You could do “snow angels” and not bump into the other person.
I have to admit something…
I kind of like my own space when I am sleeping.
Now don’t get me wrong, I like to cuddle.
But when it is time to sleep, lots of space is nice!!!
Well, unless it is freezing cold out, then I “steal” my hubby’s body heat.
So that King sized bed wouldn’t be as practical in the middle of winter, I guess.
Want to know something else I like to “steal”?
Cookies from the kitchen when no one is looking.
It’s a problem, I know!
Lately I have been all about making cake mix cookies,
so making a carrot cake version was bound to happen sooner than later.
I just love how quick and easy they are to make up!! (and to eat)
A few weeks ago my husband and I went on our church staff retreat.
Guess who was in charge of making sure we had enough sweet stuff to munch on?
Silly question to ask, huh? Me of course:-)
I made these cookies, some fudge, and some oreo balls.
These cookies disappeared at an alarming rate.
In fact, I do believe the last cookie got hidden, so it could be enjoyed later.
(and no, not by me:-)
- 1 carrot cake mix
- 1/2 c. butter, melted
- 2 eggs
- 1 tsp. vanilla
- 1 tsp. cinnamon
- 1 c. white chocolate chips
- 1/2 c. Kraft caramel bits