“Guilty! I say guilty!”

“You can see it on his smug little face!  Guilty!  I say guilty!”

Let it be known that I am in love with The Incredibles.

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Easily one of my favorite movies.  I love a good animated flick.  I missed Megamind in theaters, but I can’t wait for it to come out on DVD!  What can I say?  I’m a sucker for some good PG entertainment. :)

Before I explain what it is I am guilty of, I must let you know that I do not feel guilty about this . . . I am merely using this particular forum to profess my guilt.  The source of my guilt causes me to feel no guilt whatsoever.

Do you get it?  OK, good.

Moving on . . . I saw an amazing recipe for an individual portion of Eggless Cookie Dough over on Iowa Girl Eats a couple of weeks ago.  Being that the recipe was individually portioned (which is key for me), & I had everything on hand, I knew I had to make it immediately!

It also gave me the opportunity to use my new measuring spoons!  How cute are these!?!

Precious!

This recipe couldn’t possibly be easier.  It’s got everything I love about a recipe–comes together in minutes, makes a portion size that doesn’t leave me feeling overly full, & tastes amazingly delicious!  I also hate love that the recipe is crazy easy to remember.  You will memorize it instantly.

You want some, dontcha?  Thought so.  Here ya go:

Eggless Cookie Dough

1 T. Smart Balance Light –softened in the microwave for ~8 seconds

2 T. brown sugar

3 T. flour

sprinkle of salt

a few drops of vanilla

chocolate chips, nuts, coconut, butterscotch chips, oatmeal, dried cherries–essentially whatever mix-ins you like in your cookie dough! ;)

  1. Put everything but the mix-ins into a small bowl.

    Admittedly, not much to look at. Patience.

  2. Give it a little elbow grease & get everything totally combined.
  3. Add in your mix-ins.

    I may get a little heavy-handed with my mix-ins.

  4. Give it another whirl.

    Hello, lover!

  5. Devour.
  6. Repeat.  I may or may not do this step; I’ll leave it up to your discretion.

I like to make mine in a plastic container so that if I have some leftover (ha!), I can just pop a top on it & stick it in the fridge.  Doesn’t happen ever often, but it’s nice to have the option.

So where’s the guilt, you ask?  I am totally, 100%, unapologetically guilty of making this every night for the past week.  I am a dessert every day type of girl.  I love that this is a single serving because dessert tends to be something I binge on pretty easily when unlimited amounts are available.  It keeps my sweet tooth & my self control in check.

Please, for the love of God, go make yourself some cookie dough.  You need this cookie dough in your life.  I promise, you won’t be sorry.

Along with my cookie dough, I’m off to settle in for some Wednesday night comedies on ABC & this little lover that came today.

A Q for you . . .

What are you unapologetically guilty of???

 

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19 thoughts on ““Guilty! I say guilty!”

  1. I’m the same way about desserts so that single serving cookie dough looks delishhh. I’d say I’m pretty unapologetically guilty of…watching some form of TV every night. A girl’s gotta have her shows!

    • hungryhealthyhappy says:

      I am addicted! Honestly, I think I have had it every night for almost 2 weeks straight . . . Hi, my name is Melissa and I’m a cookie-dough-holic!

  2. hope says:

    I found this relay good to put a few drops of honey on and ditch the extra mix ins like chocolate chips,melted for about 15 seconds, and poured on vanilla ice-cream(;

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