I’ve spent the better half of the afternoon in my kitchen making food for tomorrow’s Easter lunch. I’d forgotten how tedious it is to wash, peel, chop and mash 5 pounds of potatoes! But the twice baked potato casserole I made should be worth it. Hopefully! The recipe looked delicious. Guess we’ll find out tomorrow-I’ll post about on Monday. I also made some Berry Bliss for dessert/fruit salad. I still don’t know how to categorize that stuff other than “yummy.”
To get me through my afternoon of hard work, I may have snacked on a couple cookies I made last night. I saw a post from Buns in my Oven combining Cadbury creme eggs and chocolate chip cookies. Pretty much two of my favorite things ever. I was, of course, required to try it for myself. To be honest, I was a little disappointed. Don’t get me wrong, they were tasty-but I didn’t really get the creme egg filling I was hoping for. They just tasted like REALLY rich chocolate chip cookies to me. I used Nestle refrigerated dough, and it was super easy, so like I said, no big complaints. I just wish I had saved out a creme egg to eat by itself. Maybe I can find some for a good deal after Easter 🙂
1 recipe chocolate chip cookie dough or a tub of refrigerated dough
Mini Cadbury Creme Eggs
Preheat oven according to the cookie dough directions. Line a baking sheet with parchment.
Take two tablespoonfuls of dough and smash it flat in your hand to form a disc. Place an unwrapped mini egg in the center of the dough and fold the dough up around the egg to completely enclose it. If you leave any gaps, the egg will ooze out. If it’s completely covered by dough, you won’t have a problem.
Repeat for as many cookies as you’d like to make.
Bake according to cookie dough directions.