I recently received a beautiful plate of cookies in the mail from Debi at Hunter’s Lyonesse. And before that, Debi received a plate of cookies, the same plate, from Heather at Gluten-Free Cat. And before her….well, you see where I’m going with this.
The plate, a 2012 Jacques Pepin design, was sent on its journey by BeBetsy, inspired by Kitchenaid’s Cook for the Cure. This is a program that brings passionate cooks a way to support the fight against breast cancer through culinary fund raising with programs like Pass the Plate. I was tickled to get the plate in the mail.
While the plate is beautiful, to be honest it was the cookies I was most excited about. In my gluten-free years, I can’t recall many folks bringing me cookies. Gluten-free donuts, yes. Gluten-free cinnamon rolls for my birthday, yes. But cookies, nope. This was indeed a sweet treat for me in many ways. And the cookies were perfect, so much so that my favorite fella and I consumed them quickly. I should have taken a photo of them, but they were gone before I thought to. You’ll have to visit Debi’s site to see these marvelous morsels of oats and chocolate. Not only did they taste great, they shipped well, a great quality of a cookie in my book.
To keep the plate moving along, I baked Sweet Potato Chocolate Chunk Cookies for Deanna at The Mommy Bowl. Deanna’s blog is full of great recipes, including lots of cookie recipes that sound delicious to me. I’ve got big shoes to fill with these cookies!
This recipe was inspired by a recipe from the most recent Penzey’s Spices catalog.