Thursday, January 06, 2011

Mix It Up Festive Cookies

I got the idea from Bakerella, AGES ago!
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Her Cowgirl Cookies looked amazing as a gift and super easy to make! So, I thought to give them a try. Well, not the actual cookies, but to make the recipe as a gift to "mommy", Afrodite's mother.
Cowgirl Cookies
These jars looked PERFECT!
And the adventure began! - hahahaha
At first I couldn't find the proper jar, so the one I found is a little bit larger and has a different closure, that means that the piece of cloth that I wanted to put on top, well, doesn't look really good with it on it! Due to the larger jar, the portions that I've put inside didn't fill it up and so they've mixed up a little and I didn't have the clean, perfect look where all ingredients are separated. And last, but not least, I couldn't find the EXACT ingredients, so I've used my imagination! Corn flakes instead of cooking oats, peanuts instead of chopped pecans and rice stars dipped in chocolate instead of semi-sweet chocolate chips.
I can't follow instructions, remember? - hahaha
The only thing that looked good are the labels I've made!
So, this is my version which I renamed it into
"Mix It Up Festive Cookies"!
I don't know yet if this recipe works, or if it tastes good.
Maybe I should try it before mommy does! Ooops!
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  1. Δεν χρειαζεται να τα φτιαξει!Το βαζακι ειναι ωραιο οπως ειναι!Τελεια ιδεα!

  2. Σ'ευχαριστώ βρε Alex! Ελπίζω πάντως να τρώγονται τουλάχιστον. Μάλλον θα δοκιμάσω να τα φτιάξω κι εγώ...

  3. I love this.....I too wanted to try it as teacher gifts but wasnt brave enough....too foreign for Greeks...anyway as for the ingredients cooking oats are Quakers Oats you will find them in the super market they are fabulous in cookies very very healthy!!
    the end product looks fabulous though!!

  4. I made them and they were delicious!!!!!!! from you Mommy


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