Today I am joined by Brandi Milloy from POPSUGAR Food for a Cinco de Mayo collaboration! We will be showing you how to make Sombrero Cookies here on Cupcakes and Cardio, and on Popsugar Food we will be showing you how to make Cactus cookies!
Today my guest host Paityn challenged me to the Chips Ahoy! Cookie Challenge. In this challenge, we have to correctly guess the flavour of the Chips Ahoy! cookie within 15 seconds, while blindfolded. The first person to guess 3 correctly is the winner! The loser has to do a chug of lemon juice…YUCK!
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I love to take a traditional recipe and put a new spin on it! This is definitely the case when it comes to putting a meringue cookie on top of a mini lemon pie- in a waffle bowl! If you think I’m insane for doing this, that’s okay. You can always use the filling for a traditional lemon pie.
This is SUCH an easy idea. It’s so easy, I’m kind of embarrassed to show it to you. We all need something easy to do once in a while, right?? I also like that this is another No Bake idea, and anything no-bake is bound to be simple!
Blondies/brownies, same thing, but a different colour. It’s not rocket science, people. It’s baking science. You might have even heard of these referred to as “cookie bars”, but whatever you want to call them, call them delicious! I’ve just managed to make two corny jokes in the first two sentences, so you better just watch the video . . . or continue to read at your own expense!
This is a very versatile recipe in that you can add any ingredient into the bars that you want. If you don’t like M&M’s (what is wrong with you?), add in regular chocolate chips! If you want to stick with the “blondie” idea, add in white chocolate chunks instead. These would also be great with an addition of nuts to add a bit of crunch to them.
Oreos and marshmallows make a great combination . . . who would have thought? I’m making these bars, which are super simple, as I have a big cake project in the plans, and you need to know how to make these before I get to the special video!
There is a lot of flexibility when it comes to these bars. You can add extra marshmallows, or extra cookies to change the way that the bars taste and feel. The more cookies you add, the crunchier the bars will be. And vise versa, the more marshmallows you add, the chewier the bars will be. I would also take a guess and say that mixing in a different flavour of sandwich cookie would be good too. Maybe any cookie would work!?! If you try that out, let me know!