Do you believe in magic?
More specifically, do you believe in cookies that require no mixing?
Imagine a toss of sparkly dust into the air and a wave of a wand over a hat here...fanfare...and...TA DA!!!! Magic Cookie Bars!
And without further ado, I present "Cookies in 6 Easy Steps" (well, 7, if you include the actual act of putting them in the oven).
Step 1 - Butter
Note: Here, there is supposed to be an additional step involving the addition of walnuts. However, my dad is allergic to nuts, and I wanted these cookies to be a happy and magical experience for everyone.
Is anyone getting sick of my magic humor?
Cutting the cookies into squares. I cut them while they were a bit warm still, so that is why the chocolate looks all ooze-y.
Even though I was impatient to taste this, I would recommend waiting a bit until the cookie firms up and holds its shape. Unless you're okay with having your fingers covered in chocolate and butterscotch.
It's alright, I am too.
The verdict? I thoroughly enjoyed these cookies, they are definitely sweet, but I think that its okay once in a while for a dessert to not be subtle in its flavors. Too often you get a kiss of chocolate, a hint of vanilla. This dessert is more of a WHAM! POW! of sweet and chocolate and butterscotch and graham cracker.
It's in your face.
This dessert would absolutely tell you its real opinion on that outfit you're wearing.
Now then, I'm going to go about making them disappear (couldn't resist one last one).