a cookie in a cup

March 14, 2014

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a cookie in a cup by Lauren R Swann Photography

This week on “Making Pinterest Happen” I give you a famous Pinterest recipe… a cookie in a cup!  This afternoon my sweet tooth was craving some nice chocolate-y dessert.  I’m sure we’ve all experienced the food phenomenon that is on Pinterest.  You know what I’m talking about; when you scroll through your home page you see all of those yummy recipes your friend is pinning and then you have to have it!  Luckily today I found one that I actually wanted and was easy to make!  Cue this recipe:

Chocolate Chip Cookie in a Cup

1 T Butter (not margarine)

1 T Sugar

1 T firmly packed Dark Brown Sugar

3 Drops of Vanilla Extract

Small Pinch of Salt

1 Egg Yolk

¼ c All Purpose Flour (slightly less than ¼ cup)

2 heaping T of Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips

Cook in microwave 40-60 seconds. Check beginning at 40 seconds. Do not cook past one minute.

And voulue!  The original recipe came from here! Enjoy!

a cookie in a cup by Lauren R Swann Photography

This week on “Making Pinterest Happen” I give you a famous Pinterest recipe… a cookie in a cup!  This afternoon my sweet tooth was craving some nice chocolate-y dessert.  I’m sure we’ve all experienced the food phenomenon that is on Pinterest.  You know what I’m talking about; when you scroll through your home page you see all of those yummy recipes your friend is pinning and then you have to have it!  Luckily today I found one that I actually wanted and was easy to make!  Cue this recipe:

Chocolate Chip Cookie in a Cup

1 T Butter (not margarine)

1 T Sugar

1 T firmly packed Dark Brown Sugar

3 Drops of Vanilla Extract

Small Pinch of Salt

1 Egg Yolk

¼ c All Purpose Flour (slightly less than ¼ cup)

2 heaping T of Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips

Cook in microwave 40-60 seconds. Check beginning at 40 seconds. Do not cook past one minute.

And voulue!  The original recipe came from here! Enjoy!

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a cookie in a cup by Lauren R Swann Photography

This week on “Making Pinterest Happen” I give you a famous Pinterest recipe… a cookie in a cup!  This afternoon my sweet tooth was craving some nice chocolate-y dessert.  I’m sure we’ve all experienced the food phenomenon that is on Pinterest.  You know what I’m talking about; when you scroll through your home page you see all of those yummy recipes your friend is pinning and then you have to have it!  Luckily today I found one that I actually wanted and was easy to make!  Cue this recipe:

Chocolate Chip Cookie in a Cup

1 T Butter (not margarine)

1 T Sugar

1 T firmly packed Dark Brown Sugar

3 Drops of Vanilla Extract

Small Pinch of Salt

1 Egg Yolk

¼ c All Purpose Flour (slightly less than ¼ cup)

2 heaping T of Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips

Cook in microwave 40-60 seconds. Check beginning at 40 seconds. Do not cook past one minute.

And voulue!  The original recipe came from here! Enjoy!

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a cookie in a cup Making Pinterest Happen

This week on “Making Pinterest Happen” I give you a famous Pinterest recipe… a cookie in a cup! This afternoon my sweet tooth was craving some nice chocolate-y dessert. I’m sure we’ve all experienced the food phenomenon that is on Pinterest. You know what I’m talking about; when you scroll through your home page you see all

This week on “Making Pinterest Happen” I give you a famous Pinterest recipe… a cookie in a cup! This afternoon my sweet tooth was craving some nice chocolate-y dessert. I’m sure we’ve all experienced the food phenomenon that is on Pinterest. You know what I’m talking about; when you scroll through your home page you see all

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