Sep 30, 2011
No need for a how-to. Just look at the pictureâ€¦ Then start imagining all the possible fillings.
(via Lifehacker, Neatorama)
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Category: Food & Drink
Stolen from r/trees
You must be careful to use colder butter if you’re going to do this, the warmer the butter is before baking-the more likely your cookies are to spread.
I’m good with imagining what goes in the bowl (vanilla ice cream and hot fudge topping!), but I don’t understand the cookie physics of it. Why doesn’t the dough just keep spreading until you have cookie-coated oven coils and nothing left on the muffin pan? Also, I must need more specific instruction because I’m not sure if you’d put the dough on top in a ball or if you’d form it around the pan.
I may have to experiment. In the name of cookie science, of course.
The Neatorama link says to form the dough around the muffin pan.
Sorry, accidentally posted this above your comment.
You must be careful to use colder butter if youâ€™re going to do this, the warmer the butter is before baking-the more likely your cookies are to spread.
Hello, ice cream bowls. :D
Oh man, my stoner brain is about to explode.
YOU HAVE CHANGED MY LIFE.
My life will never be the same. EVER AGAIN!
never thought of this……great idea
mind = blown
I tryed this the other night and formed the dough aroind the cupcake holders. and it spread so much! I also used spray butter… would.that have been my problem?
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