Saturday, February 20, 2010

Olympic Rings chocolate chip cookie brownies


I made a double batch of chocolate chip cookie dough this afternoon , and since this is Olympic week, we decorated our giant cookie with the Olympic rings.
Kim and Luke seperated the colors and then got to eat the orange, since there is no orange in the Olympic Rings.
Before baking.
This is my regular Nestle toll house cookie recipe from the back of the chocolate chip package.
I doubled it, used a bag of semi sweet choc. chips and milk choc. chips, baked it in a double sized cake pan at 375 degrees for about 35 minutes.
Make sure you don't push the M&M's into the cookie dough. If you do, they seem to disappear into the dough when it cooks. Just lightly place the M&M's onto the top of the dough.
That's one heavy, giant cookie brownie!!!
Here, Kim and Luke were taking it to show Daddy.
We are loving the Olympics.
Check out some of our other activities:
Silly Kimmy is here
preschool crafts and book are here
Silly fun is here
Our lapbook part 1 is here

4 comments:

Michelle @ Flying Giggles said...

What a fun treat to make with the kiddos!

Kristi said...

What an incredible idea. We ight have to try it too:)

Lacy @ Catholic Icing said...

This is so cute!!! But it's totally making me crave chocolate... lol!

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