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Anne @ The City Sage

Oh my goodness--does this mean I don't have to feel guilty about not baking cookies and just eating all the dough?

looks and sounds SO yummy!

bright and blithe

snow and peanut butter. what more could you ask for? thank you for the recipe. filing...


And here I was complaining that is was a "mind numbing" 48 degrees. Of course, if it was a snow day, I'd get to keep my oldest peanut at home with me. {missing him terribly today.}

Quick question--is the oatmeal cooked?


oh goodness anne - i hope not - we eat a LOT of dough in this house ;)

hi jules - no - just use the oats as you buy them!

Jen Jafarzadeh

happy snow day! will have to try these. my husband loves peanut butter.


such a perfect snow day treat! thanks for always sharing your recipes!


YUM, this sounds like the perfect simple recipe with tea or hot chocolate.. i just ordered your little italy book for a christmas present.. is it bad that i think i want to keep it for myself? LOL!


Those sound a bit sweet, but so good. Just found your blog and its beautiful. I'll be checking back. =-D

ashley english

i'm off to a honeybee benefit tomorrow, requiring a dish made with local honey. these might just be the perfect thing! thank you for sharing!

mary jo

this looks lovely, i'm hoping to try my hand at this tomorrow because something sweet is in order! love your photos btw!


yum this sounds delicious! i love cookie dough too..

 Gilly :)

yummmy. xo

destined to design

sounds like the perfect winter day - and those cookies! droolworthy.

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These sound so good. Just checking - is that 1 and 1/8 cup dried milk, not just one-eighth?


hi talya - yes, 1 and 1/8c - enjoy!

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