INSIDE: Use a milk jar for a chocolate cookie recipe mix gift.
Do you remember Oprah? Gawd, I loved her show. I would stick my then baby girl in front of a basket of toys while I vegged out next to her. It was like my reward for getting through a day at home!
It was from her TV show that I first learned about these ah-ma-zing Double Chocolate Almond Cookies. OMG, they are waist-expanding addictive!!
And the perfectly easy gift to give friends, neighbors or whenever you need to win over your kid’s teacher. Pair them with a milk jug for a sweet milk and cookies treat.
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Milk and Cookie Mix in a Jar Fun Gift
Nothing can make you feel better than milk and cookies. Whether it’s whipping up a batch because it’s been one of those days or you’re feeling extra special domestic that day, there is nothing better than warm homemade cookies. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve dropped everything to make a batch of cookies. For my baked goods fix.
– Milk jug jar with straw
– Baking supplies (see recipe below)
milk jar chocolate cookie mix for fun gift
Gather your cookie making DRY ingredients. I used a plastic funnel to get the flour and sugars into the small opening of the milk jug jars.
Screw on the top and tie a ribbon around the neck of the milk jug jar with its plastic straw.
double chocolate almond cookies recipe
I’m no gourmet chef but I can definitely read the heck outta a recipe. This recipe is courtesy of Food Network.
Perfect way to cap off a day (or often in my case, mid-morning) with a sweet treat and a glass of milk.
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