Thursday, November 12, 2009

Cookies and Cobbler



I made these Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal Cookies today from the Reluctant Entertainer. The recipe called for dried cranberries, which I didn't have because I used all that I had in the grandchildren's oatmeal earlier this week. So, I upped the amount of white chocolate chips. Sounded like a good trade to me!





I think the kids thought it was, too!






And then, this evening Jael made peach cobbler in honor of studying Georgia, the fourth State to join the Union.



She did a fantastic job. As she was cooking, she said, "I know I don't know how to cook good yet, but I just feel like I was born to cook." I think she's right!



We ate her delicious cobbler hot with vanilla ice cream. I wonder what State is next? I hope it inspires something yummy!










7 comments:

  1. Hi there - yummy! Cookies AND cobbler look great! And don't you love that PC 9x13 pan? I have one too!

    Happy Friday!

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  2. Titi*8:56 AM

    Jael.... you're too cute for words! What 7-year old talks like that?!?!?? LOL

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  3. The truly sweet treats are those adorable grandsons of yours.

    On another note. You sure know how to make a girl cry.

    Thank you so very much for taking the time to comment on my daughters blog. She will also be commenting back to you as well.

    Your words of encouragement made her day.

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  4. http://www.classbrain.com/artstate/publish/connecticut_recipes.shtml

    Connecticut!
    Maybe some more PEACH COBBLER.....for when Grammie comes to visit!?!?

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  5. Everything looks absolutely delicious, Dorothy... and the "babies" look just as wonderful. :-) I think our state of Indiana should be studied next... we have a lot of apples & a lot of corn. So the recipes could be endless! *lol*

    Love you~ Andrea
    xoxoxoxo

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  6. Yum! Have to wipe the drool off my keyboard now! It's great to have fun with the grands!

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  7. What a great way to study history....in the kitchen! Hurray! :-)

    Good job, Jaely!

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