Monday, 14 July 2014

Loot Crate & Ting-a-ling Cookies

There are a million reasons I love Loot Crate! I can get awesome gifts for everyone in my family each month, and I get killer swag like the t-shirt I got from last months crate. So unique and amazing, and it is totally worth the cost of a subscription. You would need to spend like $25 just for a shirt as killer as this one but when you sign up for Loot Crate you get over 8 items of awesomeness! This months theme is Villains and it also comes with a killer t-shirt, there is only 5 days left to sign up for this months crate and if you sign up and decide after a month that it is not for you, you can cancel anytime! What could be better? Check them out here: and I hope you love them as much as I do!

Do you have a treat that reminds you of your childhood? It is great to have that feeling when you bite into something and get a burst of happy childhood memories. That is how I feel about these cookies. They are a no-bake drop cookie absolutely perfect for making in the summertime and leaving the batch in your fridge to snack on as you please. Leaving them in the fridge keeps them from getting stale, and from melting in the hot summer heat. 3 simple and cheap ingredients and you can do it all in the microwave!

Ting a Ling Cookies
That's right all you need is chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, and chow mein noodles! All you do is take a large microwavable bowl and pour in both bags of chocolate and butterscotch chips. Begin microwaving for 30 seconds, then take them out and stir do another 30 and take them out and stir again, continue doing this until all of your chips are melted, you need to do it this way so you don't burn them. 

When everything is melted dump in the entire bag of chow mein noodles. Make sure everything is well combined and all the noodles are coated. Take a tablespoon and begin dropping little stacks of noodles onto wax or parchment lined baking sheets.and then place them in the fridge until they harden. 

Once they harden remove them from the sheets and place them in a large air tight container and store them in your fridge. 

Makes about 25-30 cookies depending how big you make them.

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