Thursday, July 28, 2016

Bake Cookies - √

One of the simple things on our summer bucket list was "bake cookies".

I came across a recipe for Chai Spiced Sugar Cookies.  Chai tea is Matthew's favorite drink whether it's a hot chai tea or a chai latte or even dirty chai ..it really doesn't matter so long as it's chai.

Since we all were leaving for Mt. Tabor, but he was unable to go with us, I thought we'd make these cookies for him to enjoy as a little "thinking of you" while we were apart.

My eager helpers...


First the sugar and spices...



The rest of the ingredients in the mixer...


Break for a selfie...


Rolling the dough into balls and then into the spicy sugar mixture...

There is something about the smell of cookies baking that brings boys out of the woodwork...

Keeping it real!

Amazingly delicious, you must try them TODAY cookies!! 

I know, because I cheated and ate one.  ;-) 

The recipe makes about 3 dozen and they are quick to make: Mix, roll, bake.
See the link above for Chai Spiced Sugar Cookies for the recipe.  

Enjoy!

~Carol


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9 comments:

  1. They do look so yummy! My grandson and I made deviled eggs tonight. Photo's coming soon! I've been getting your emails and now I'm following you. The blogger follow thing hasn't been working. But it worked tonight!
    Come over and visit me sometime! Last Friday we made slice and bake cookies.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Granthamlynn,
      Aw, thanks so much for following me. I've enjoyed your blog and follow you too.
      Until next time...:-)
      Carol

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  2. Hey there!
    I tagged you on my blog!! XD Would love it if you would check it out. :)

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  3. Those look yummy!! I have never heard of Chai sugar cookies, going to have to try this recipe! Thanks for sharing at TaDa Thursday!!!

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    1. Susanne,
      I had never heard of Chai sugar cookies either, but I'm glad to add this recipe to my collection. Hope you enjoy them too.
      Thanks so stopping by and leaving a comment.
      ~ Carol

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  4. Thanks for dropping by my blog.

    Before I was married, I was Carol B!

    My grandmother lived on SE 57th Street and I remember the steps to Mt. Tabor.

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    1. Carol
      See - even more in common! :-) Isn't Mt. Tabor a beautiful park?
      Thanks for visiting.

      ~ Carol

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  5. The cookies look really nice ♥

    summerdaisy.net

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    1. Summer,
      You should make the cookies. They won't disappoint. :-)
      Thank you for visiting.

      ~ Carol

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