Monday, August 15, 2011

Jelly Belly Soda Pop Mix Jelly Beans make a great cookie that makes you think of your childhood favorites; DP, A&W,A&W Cream Soda, and Orange and Grape Crush...

The mini candy bars did so well in test runs, I thought I would try jelly beans. So last night during the weekly grocery shopping I picked up a couple pound of Soda Pop Mix Jelly Belly Beans. The cookies came out rather tasty, surprisingly.

I have sent them to my testing field to see what people think. If they get a positive review, then I will post the recipe, but for now I will post the pictures.

Below you will find the pictures of my Jelly Bean Experiment:

Keep your eyes peeled for the recipe to come.

Here is the Recipe that took 10th in the 2011 Great State Fair of Oklahoma:
Sugar Pop Cookies
1 stick butter
1 egg –slightly beaten
1 Paula Deen HomeStyle Sugar Cookie Mix
1c. Soda  Pop Shoppe Jelly Belly Beans
1c. AP Flour for dusting  jelly beans
Cookie Sheets, Non-Stick Cooking Spray, Spoon. Knife, Mixing Bowl, Small Cookie Scoop
Preheat your oven 350 degrees. In your mixing bowl combine the flour , beans, butter, egg, cookie mix. Dough will be semi-stiff .
Spray cookie sheets liberally with non-stick. Scoop and level with knife onto the cookie sheet.
Bake 10-12 minutes.
Once done move quickly onto cooling rack and then serve.
Make 3 dzn.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

This ain't your momma's Better than Sex Cake, this is a Gonna Get Sex Cake...


You read it right, this cake will definitely get you some action, if your mate is a chocolate lover.

I took the mini candy bars from the orgasmic delight cookie, and sister's I put them into a cake.

I can personally guarantee it is well worth all the work!

The recipe will be revealed after the turn in for competition on either September 10th or 11th, 2011.

I can show you pictures though. So check out the pics below:

I hope the pics peak your interest. The recipe will be revealed after competition turn in. Enjoy.
Here is the recipe I promised to reveal.

Marvelous Mini Magic
Nannette P Morrison-Tahlequah,OK
4th Place in the 2011 Great State Fair of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City,OK
Division 3594-Cakes, Sub category 02 - Creative cake mix, loaf or bundt
5  of the following Mini Candy Bars:
Baby Ruth, Nestle Milk Chocolate Bars, Butterfingers, Snickers, Twix, Crunch, 3 Musketeers.
3 of the following Mini Candy Bars:
Original Mini Milky Ways, Midnight Milky Ways
1 cup all purpose flour for dusting bars in
1 Paula Deen Homestyle Moist Yellow Cake Mix
1/3  cup vegetable oil
1 and 1/3 cup water
3 eggs beaten
Cookie Sheets, Non –Stick Spray, Sharp Knife, Butter Knife, Small Cookie Scoop,Mixing Bowl
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Open all the bars. Chop Bars.Dredge Bars in mixing bowl with flour.
Combine in the mixing bowl with the bar chunks, the oil, water, eggs, and cake mix, until well combined.
Spray silicone bundt pan liberally with non-stick and place on cookie sheet.
Bake 55 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean, turn out on plate and place on cooling rack.
½ cup prepared cream cheese frosting. Nuke 30 seconds in microwave in microwave safe bowl, then drizzle over cake.

The Most Orgasmic Delight for Chocolate Lovers!

I got inspired last night as I was talking to my mom on the phone. I have to make 5 dozen cookies for an event at the church in September, so I thought of a cookie I could make that was kid friendly. The cookie I came up with was a Candy Bar Cookie,yes I said Candy Bar Cookie. What kid does not like a candy bar, especially in a mini size that they can hold on to? Not many that I know of , unless they have allergies.

Well for this recipe I began with :

2- 40 z bags of mini candy bars( 1 bag had - crunch, butterfinger, nestle milk chocolate, baby ruth, the 2nd bag had- milky way regular, milky way dark, twix,3 musketeers and snickers.)

I opened the bag and sorted the bars out by brand. Then took out 5 of each, and put the rest of them in the fridge.

1 betty crocker pouch of sugar cookie mix

1 stick of butter, no melted & 1 egg

Flour for coating the chopped up mini's

Equipment : Mixing bowl, cookie sheets, non stick cooking spray,small cookie scoop, and a sturdy spoon for stirring, or spatula. I just used my hands to mix, because I don't mind getting into it.

Instructions: Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.

In your mixing bowl put a little flour, to coat the bars as you chop them up, so they won't clump together (About a 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup should work, you can always add more if needed.)
Unwrap and chop up your bars one brand at a time, and add them to the flour and toss to coat, as you chop them up.
Once all the bars are chopped up and coated, then add the sugar cookie mix pouch and toss together. Add your one egg and one stick of softened butter.

Start with your spoon or spatula, then when you get it to the point that won't work anymore, then get in there with your hands and combine it.

Once the mix is well combined get out your cookie sheets and scoops with your non-stick spray. Spray your sheets, then scoop out the mix, until the sheet fills up, then get out the next sheet and spray, and repeat scooping until all the mix is gone.

Put your cookies in the oven at 350 for 12 minutes or until golden (I found out 15 minutes was a little long, so I scaled the time back). Take out, turn off oven, and put on cooling rack. Remember before though to do the toothpick test, and if the toothpick comes out clean, then place them on the rack to cool.

Serve with your favorite vanilla ice cream.

Here are some pics from my test run of this recipe:

Hope you enjoy these. I will post more testing items as I go. So keep your eyes peeled for more goodies.