Several years ago I tried Specialty's Cafe cookies for the very first time. Since then I have been a regular, and I was excited to try their at-home mixes
so I could make my own Specialty's cookies. The cookie mix is $12 and
comes in semi-sweet chocolate, milk chocolate, and white chocolate
varieties. Each box comes with a bag of sugar/flour mixture and a bag of
chocolate chips. All you need to add is 5 Tablespoons of butter,
vanilla, and 1 egg. They came together in a breeze and go right into the
oven after mixing (not refrigeration time required). 12 minutes later I
had delicious semi-sweet chocolate chip cookies that were very similar
to the real thing. For me the only difference was the size (cookies from
the mix were slightly smaller) and the texture (mine were a little
gooier and softer in the middle than cookies from the bakery). I also
froze a couple of balls of dough and made them two nights later. They
turned out just as good as the first round and did not require any
thawing. I just left them in the oven about three minutes longer.
Overall, this mix is definitely worth a try and would make a great gift!
I love cookies! There is nothing quite like the feeling of biting into a fresh, gooey cookie or the warm aroma that permeates the room when cookies come straight from the oven.
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