You think I'm kidding, but I'm not.
Super gourmet ingredients for super gourmet cookies. Control yourself.
Clockwise from bottom left:
Pecan Toffee Cookies: 1/4 cup chopped pecans, 1/4 cup toffee bits, 1/3 package Pills Beret sugar cookie dough (imported from France, superfancyexpensive)
Non-Legit Oatmeal Cookies: 1/4 cup rolled oats, 1/4 cup yogurt covered raisins, 2 tsp brown sugar, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1/3 package Pills Beret sugar cookie dough (I must reiterate that it's imported from France)
White Chocolate Macadamia Cookies: 1/4 cup macadamia nuts, 1/4 cup white chocolate chips, 3 tbsps sweetened coconut flakes, 1/3 package Pills Beret sugar cookie dough (Seriously, you can't get this at your local grocery store. It's way too fancy.)
Take a break. At this point you're probably exhausted from working so hard. Shoot some guns to relax and get in touch with your inner
Sarah Palin Martha Stewart. Wait... wrong crime, nevermind. Back to the cookies.
Scoop perfect little cookie balls onto parchment paper with your
overpriced, but you still had to have it extremely useful even though it only serves one purpose cookie dough scoop from Crate & Barrel.
Exclaim that yogurt covered raisins kind of look like bird poop.
You know, brown bits and white sludge? I'm sorry, that's disgusting. Back to the cookies.
Bake your precious, perfectly shaped balls.
Yeah, you heard me.
Bake at 350 degrees for how ever long it says on the package
if you can translate it from French. What's it, like... 10-13 minutes or something? I don't know, I threw the package away.
Exclaim that the yogurt covered raisins look even more like bird poop when they're cooked! Amazing!
Eat them anyway, because they are French, so they must be good.
Do you have any Semi-Homemade with Sandra Lee (because she's obviously
drunk lazy, too) tricks up your sleeve?