I haven’t made M&Ms cookies in years. But seeing the pretty Easter and springtime pastel candy in the stores changed all that. Something about springtime candy that’s just so inviting. Pastels are just so much prettier, and therefore tastier, than
Heather says: Thin, chewy, classic. Yes, I'll post a puffy, cakey version tomorrow. Well, if I can remember to buy shortening. Ingredients: 2 1/4 cups all purpose flour 1 tsp baking soda 1 tsp salt 1 cup (2 sticks butter)
I played around with my family's No Bake Cookie recipe and produced a single portion of this cookie that I feel is healthy enough to eat as a meal. They're still very good but are much healthier. I keep getting asked for the recipe, so I finally decided to measure out the exact portions and post the recipe. THIS RECIPE IS VERY FLEXIBLE! When I make them I NEVER measure out anything and I often add more or less of ingredients and they still taste great. I sometimes leave out the wheat germ and flax seeds and just add more oatmeal. I have made these replacing the sugar with about 3 tablespoons of honey. I have changed the recipe from 1 tsp. to 1 Tbsp. of cocoa powder.
Ivy says: I know Heather already posted chocolate chip cookies, but a couple of times a year, when I was a kid, my mom would make these cookies and they were fabulous. Not just good, not just great, fabulous. Divine,