WHOPPERS Robin Eggs/Chocolate Chip

WHOPPERS Mini ROBIN EGGS/Chocolate Chip Cookies. ¬†ūüôā


I love Robin Eggs!  I always purchase a bag around Easter time and they are usually gone in a day.  I had this bag hidden very well until I was ready to bake!

I used Sally’s recipe from her cookbook Sally’s Candy Addiction: Tasty Truffles, Fudges & Treats for Your Sweet-Tooth Fix. ¬†I simply exchanged the regular size WHOPPERS for the MINI ROBIN EGGS. ¬†These still have the same wonderful flavor…with a touch of pastel…perfect for Spring.

I needed to chill the dough for a couple of hours, so ¬†left to run a few errands. ¬† When I came home I discovered ¬†some of the cookie dough was missing. ¬†Thankfully, I still had enough left to make a couple dozen! ¬†Raw cookie dough does not last long around my house! ¬†These cookies are easy to make, have a wonderful texture and don’t last long! ¬†You can find the recipe on my home page, or here¬†Whopper Chocolate Chip Cookies

Happy Spring!


Here is a quick link to the cookbook from Sally!

Whoppers Chocolate Chip Cookies

My family, like many of us, with the start of 2016, made a resolution to embrace a more healthy lifestyle.  So far, so good.

In fact, even when I am choosing to make healthier choices, I can usually bake cakes or cookies and not sample the batter or eat the cookie dough. ¬†So when I decided to bake this wonderful “WHOPPER Chocolate Chip Cookies” recipe I found in my new cookbook, Sally’s Candy Addiction, I was not worried at all about blowing my healthy choices.

However, after I made these, the entire house smelled of warm, fresh from the oven, chocolate chip cookies.  And then I opened my fridge and saw a cold container of milk. Needless to say, I did sample one, maybe two, but that was it! And yes, it was worth it!   I set one aside for my husband and the rest went straight to work the next morning.

I received more compliments on these cookies than any other I have brought to work. ¬†By lunch they were all gone, except for one lonely cookie. ¬†No one wanted to be “that person” who took the last cookie. ¬†Finally, one brave soul grabbed it and I took my empty container home.

These really were a perfect blend of chocolate chips and Whoppers, not to soft, not to hard and had that little something extra that made them stand out from the original Toll-House chocolate chip cookies I usually bake.


You can find the recipe here or order the cookbook Sally’s Candy Addiction. ¬†If you give these a try, let me know if you love them as much as I do. ¬†You can also send me a message on Instagram!


Thanks again Sally for a wonderful recipe from your cookbook!  at http://sallysbakingaddiction.com/sallys-candy-addiction/


Christmas Time is here…

It is always a treat to be able to pick up your sister, do  a little shopping, then grab a bite to eat in Austin.  We ended the evening at Book People on Lamar and had the chance to meet Sally McKenney and purchase her new Candy Addiction Cookbook!  Not a bad way to spend a Friday night!


My IMG_1293[1]mother-in-law, Phillis Rhine, saw that I made one of Sally’s recipes for White Chocolate Chip Molasses cookies. ¬†She has a great Molasses recipe herself, but has never added the white chocolate chips. ¬†She loved how they looked, so she made a batch for her Cookie Exchange!

Her hubby, (my wonderful father-in-law) told her she better bake some more…so I think they were a hit!

I am not sure her kitchen looks like mine after baking!  But I am thankful my daughter will help me clean up!