Cookie baking nurtures the soul. And, in keeping with the #WITHME movement to support each other. Here’s a fun idea you can do, right now, at home. By making these yummy, tiny-bite-size cookies with Melinda. Remember the challenge: No bigger than a quarter! They’re fun to make — and they’re oh so fun to eat!
Use your favorite cookie recipe or even easy refrigerated cookie dough. Just don’t eat the dough (or much of it)! Everyone loves fun-size treats, bite size cookies included. You can eat several and still not over indulge.
Enjoy cookie-baking as one of your at-home family activities or just when you need a little baking therapy. BTW, Mare, who’s not a big baker, enjoyed making these tiny cookies using store-bought dough and leftover crushed candy canes! Getting them the size of a quarter is a fun challenge!
Cookies are a little bit of happy and bite-sized cookies are like sprinkles of contentment. One teeny, tiny cookie is a guilt-free, well almost guilt-free, burst of flavor.
You are never too old to enjoy the little things . . .
“Baking cookies is comforting and cookies are the sweetest little bit of comfort food. They are very bite sized and personal.”– Sandra Lee
“Think what a better world it would be if we all, the whole world, had cookies and milk about three o’clock every afternoon and then lay down on our blankets for a nap.”– Barbara Jordan