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                                                                   Cookies And Kids
                                                                  By Dana Goldberg

   I don’t know what it is but there are some smells that bring back fond memories and one of them is
the whiff of a freshly baked cookie. I don’t have a particularly sweet tooth and can actually survive
without cakes or chocolates but once I am hit by that cookie smell I am taken to a warm and wonderful
place. I want to enjoy the cookie all on my own and find myself a quiet place with a cup of my favourite
coffee and prepare to be in heaven.

It isn’t just eating a freshly baked cookie that is enjoyable but making them can be very satisfying too.
Cookie baking can be great fun if you have young kids and that is probably where some of my earliest
cookie memories come from. I remember how much I loved helping my grandma mix all the cookie
ingredients together and then shape them on a baking tray before she put them in the oven. I felt so
special when she let me lick the mixing bowl clean of the cookie mixture too! Anyway, the first time I
suggested that my daughter could help me bake some cookies she was about four years old and her
little face lit up. We made quite a mess I must be honest but we really had a great time together and
the cookies didn’t turn out all that bad either.

If you have young kids in your family then why not give cookie baking a try? You don’t have to be a
wonderful cook; in fact you can buy cookie mixes that you just have to add water to so you have more
chance of baking great cookies. You could always buy some of the cookie dough that has become
popular but I think that the mixing process is the best bit! Making different shapes of cookies and then
decorating them afterwards is also something that most kids love to do. You might even think about
giving some of these homemade cookies as gifts, especially if your kids helped make them. A cookie
that was decorated by a grandchild for Christmas or any other special occasion is bound to be enjoyed
far more than a store bought one.

D. Goldberg is webmaster of Parenting Spirit. Get help and information to deal with common parenting
challenges and problems. http://www.parentingspirit.com

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                                     No Bake Cookies Are Easy to Make and Fun to Eat
                                                               By Donna Monday

No Bake Cookies Are Easy to Make and Fun to Eat
 by: Donna Monday

Got an urge for a homemade cookie snack but don’t feel like mixing up a bunch of ingredients and
baking? No problem. Whip up a batch of no bake cookies to satisfy your hunger craving.

No bake cookies are easy to make and involve only a few simple ingredients. Fresh ingredients like
milk, butter, sugar, peanut butter, uncooked oatmeal (rolled oats), cocoa, marshmallows, chocolate
chips, raisins and chopped walnuts or pecans are commonly used to make easy no bake cookies.

Online you can find many delicious and unique no bake cookie recipes like: Chocolate Peanut
Oatmeal Cookies Chewy Chocolate Marshmallow Cookies Chocolate Fudge Oatmeal Cookies
Crunchy Cereal Ball Cookies Old Fashioned Rum Ball Cookies Wonderful White Chocolate Cookies

Kids enjoy making no bake cookies as well as adults because it’s literally as easy as mixing all the
ingredients together in a bowl, rolling the dough up into balls, and plopping them down on wax paper to

The most fun part, of course, about no bake cookies is when you get to eat them! For so little effort,
they’re a great big delight for your sweet tooth.

Copyright 2004
Donna Monday
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