White Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

I'm fixing to share with you some really super duper, easy peasy ,good and yummy oatmeal cookies you must make today. It will only take 6  ingredients and 15 minutes of your time. I guess you can call them healthy too, right? I mean, oatmeal is good for you isn't it? Ok, ill stick to that.

So, grab a bowl and fork and get started. Yes, I just mixed them up with a fork. Here goes.

Wait, did I say they were easy?

White Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 stick of butter (softened)
  • 1 egg
  • 1 Cup Self rising Flour
  • 2 cups uncooked oatmeal (Quick cooking but not instant)
  • 1 Teaspoon honey (optional)
  • *Mini white chocolate chips
  * you can omit the chocolate if you just want plain oatmeal cookies

Place by the spoonful onto an ungreased cookie sheet.
Use a spoon to flatten them out a little.
Bake at 350 degrees for 12-15 minutes. (The bottoms will brown but the tops stay light)
Also, the cookies seem soft a gooey at first but will firm as they cool.

I just could not stop eating these things! They were not too crunchy and not too chewy. They were just right. We were eating them right off the cooling rack.

They are perfect with a glass of milk for a late night snack. Well, ok, maybe not. I'm pretty wired right now. I think I ate about five cookies without even thinking. I may not go sleep for a while now. 
Seriously, though, they are good.

I lost count on how many this recipe made but I think it was about 2 dozen. My daughter wants to take some to share at the office where she works. Im thinking they will earn her a few brownie points.

Oh! did I just say brownies? Lord have mercy on my sweet tooth.

Ive shared this at:
made-by-me at jaqsstudio
worthwhile-wednesdays at thecraftiestallie
full plate thursday at mizhelenscountrycottage
thursday-favorite-things-blog-hop at katherinescorner
submarine-sunday at usscrafty
snickerdoodle-sunday-40 at 2crochethooks

Baked Parmesan Egg Plant

The only time I usually eat egg plant is when I visit an Italian restaurant and order the Egg Plant Parmesan. Why? Well, mainly because my Husband does not like it. I don't want to make a big mess of a meal on these things when me and my daughter are the only ones that will eat them.

One of the employees where I work is away bringing us fresh cucumbers and tomatoes out of his garden. The other day he just so happened to bring me a fresh egg plant too. It was rather small but perfect for me to make this tasty baked egg plant. I thought, what the heck, it was free and who doesn't like free food.

First you need to cut off the ends and slice it. The thickness is up to you but may result in shorter or longer cooking time and alter the crispness.

Spread mayonnaise on just one side of each slice (not real thick, just a nice thin spread) and then add Parmesan cheese.

Place on a greased cookie sheet and bake for 12 to 15 minutes at 400 degrees.

This is a great quick and easy appetizer or side dish. I eat them without any dip but they would taste great with marinara sauce or ranch dressing.
I mean, come on, we all know that ranch dressing taste good on anything.

Oh and how did my husband like them? eeeh, he ate a couple of them with out complaints but still not a fan.

Ive shared this at:
amaze-me-monday at dwellings
monday-handmade-linkup at judyscardmakingandpapercrafts
mix-it-up-monday at flourmewithlove
made-by-me at jaqsstudio
full-plate-thursday at mizhelenscountrycottage
worthwhile-wednesdays at thecraftiestallie