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It’s been one of those days that calls for a whole lot of chocolate. You know the kind, don’t you?
The kind that makes writing a super fun and profound post rather difficult… because nothing sounds better right now than making a pillow-and-blanket-nest, and then proceeding to ignore the world until tomorrow morning. Late morning, if possible.
If there’s a chocolate cake that accompanies you into that comfy, warm nest… all the better.
This recipe is part of the “How To’s” post series, where I share my kitchen tips and tricks – as well as simple go-to recipes that don’t really fit into a category. Handy, ain’t it? You can find all the posts in the series here or in the recipe index under “How To’s”.
Frosting. The reason we all eat cake.
Yes, yes, the sponge part can be super tasty – but let’s be real: we’re all here for the fluffy, creamy, sweet awesomeness that is frosting.
Let’s take a cookie break today. Mmkay? Let’s just sit down, and relax, and nibble on a cookie. Have a cup of tea or coffee – the mellow kind that makes you feel all warm and comfy, rather than jittery and allovertheplace. There’s been too much allovertheplace lately.
I’m obsessed with these cookies. I love absolutely everything about them. The flavour. The texture. How they look. That fun criss-crossed pattern you make with a fork. I love making them, the smell coming from the oven when they bake… and best of all, I love eating them.
We all have that one dessert we want to make over and over again, right? And I expected mine to be brownies (because chocolate is my BFF and there is no life without it)… but – no. It’s these gluten free peanut butter cookies, with their crispy caramelised edges and their fudgy nutty centre.