i posted this last year, but wanted to post this again. i absolutely loved giving these as christmas gifts to friends last year. you can even tell your friends to freeze the dough if they're having sweet treat overload in december.
ho ho ho, i bring you cookie dough to go.
BAM. rhyming skillzzzzzz.
you know how sometimes i like to start my posts off by rhyming? well, it's really dumb. but for some reason, i can't stop.
moving on. here is a fun and easy gift giving option for those of you who would love to not spend a ton of money but also give a gift that keeps on giving. as in...a muffin top. who doesn't want/need a muffin top around the holidays? it's so festive. or something.
cookie dough to go!
so just make your dough. here are my go-to recipes.
oatmeal chocolate chip cookies
double chocolate chip cookies (double this one to bake it into 4 packages)
don't use margarine. please. don't profane the cookies.
just divide up your dough.
then put a glob of dough onto some plastic wrap. i'm sorry i had to use that term, but it just looks a little weird.
so wrap this well and then roll it in some parchment paper. i secured the paper down with scotch tape.
tie the ends with bakers twine or ribbon.
make a cute label
or you can just use my design HERE. i took my name off it, don't you worry. print away!
i forgot to write on the instructions to slice into 8 cookies. those will be large...but again, we're giving the gift of a muffin top and this will take large portions. it will make 12 normal sized cookies...but then you would need to bake them for 10 minutes instead.