Think back to the time when you were young, your mother was in the kitchen, and that aroma of freshly baked cookies filled the air. This woman has taken the idea of cookies and milt to a whole new level.
She decided that instead of dunking cookies into a cold glass of milk, she would create a way to put the milk in the cookies. Follow her recipe for chocolate chip cookie dough cups below.
Mix your cookie dough
Make the chocolate chips tiny so they will not break the cup.
Line a mini popover pan with parchment paper.
For the inside of the cups, roll corks in aluminum foil.
Cut the aluminum foil into pieces between the corks.
Wrap the foil tightly around the cork to make the mold for the inside of the cup.
She tried a rolled up paper towel tube as the mold for the center to see if it would be better.
Yes, it was safe for the oven.
Just cut the paper towel tube to make it the right height…
Next, roll it up and tape it using masking tape.
Now, roll out your dough! Use plenty of flour and roll the dough out smooth.
Cut the bottom part of the cookie cup using a small glass.
Cut straight lines, she used a pizza cutter.
Use a small glass to roll the dough…
You can instead use the foil cork center.
Smash the dough pieces together a bit when you place them in the pan.
Bake at 375 Fahrenheit for 10-14 minutes.
The foil seemed to do better than the paper towel tube.
The cookies are hot, so be careful not to be burned as you pull the centers out.
Yummy, edible cookie cups.
Want a twist, place icing on the inside of the cups.
The icing is a good sealant.
So add icing on the inside and wait until it dries.
Of course, it may take you some time to get the instructions down just right, but once you do, everyone will love your cookies and milk.
Share the yummy tasty treats with your friends.
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