Friday, December 15, 2006

Let it Spam, Let it Spam, Let it Spam

Heya, this it or no? (Yes, it’s spamarama)
Goodrich advice. (I’m tired of it already.)
With Penis Enlarge Patch you can wrap your long penis around your waist. (Wouldn’t that take a large belt buckle)
Good morning Daisy. (That’s Duchess to you, and don’t talk to my blogsters.)
Swanson advice. (I’m waiting for my close-up)
Be married (No thank you.)
Stop fighting. (That’s why I’m not married.)
The other boys nod in agreement. (Oh great, now spam is agreeing with me.)
Needless to say that we’re trying to help you with your choices. (I’m not that desperate.)
Here’s what I was telling you about. (I wasn’t listening then, I’m not listening now.)
Tap dance (You really don’t want to see that.)
Could you reply why your ramrod is so short? (BECAUSE I’M A WOMAN)
Bathe rapidly (When it’s cold, you don’t have to worry about that.)
How is your day going? (Fine until now.)
Not really understand. (Day kind of gets fuzzy when I’m talking to spam.)
Affordable top brand time pieces (Talk to my neighbor.)

M & M Cookies

2 1/4 cups flour
1tsp. baking soda
1/2tsp. salt
one cup butter (or margarine)
1/4 cup granulated white sugar
1 1/4 cup packed brown sugar
1 1/2tsp. vanilla
2 eggs
1 to 1 1/2 cups m & m chocolate candies

In a small mixing bowl, combine the first three ingredients and set aside.
In a large mixing bowl, cream together the butter and sugars until fluffy. Add the vanilla and eggs and beat well.
Sift the dry ingredients into the creamed mixture and mix well. Add the m & m chocolate candies and stir them well into the dough .
Take a heaping tablespoon of dough and roll it into a ball. Put it onto an ungreased baking sheet. Repeat for the other cookies allowing 2 inches between them on the baking sheet.
Bake them eight to ten minutes in a preheated 375F oven.
Remove the cookies from the oven and cool them on a baking rack.
Makes approximately 3 1/2 dozen cookies.


Brandy said...

Love the spamarama! Especially the one about the time pieces.
I made cookies like these once. Um, I let the dough sit too long after I added the M&Ms and the dough started to turn colors. Needless to say the kids ate them, just with their eyes closed! Goodnight Bailey.

raine said...

Damn, the cookies sound good.

You're actually going to force me back to baking again after all these years, you know that, right?

Devon Ellington said...

Thanks so much for all these recipes! They're going in my recipe book.

Dru said...

I have to repeat to myself, "I'm not going to bake cookies. Remember the last time, you almost destroyed the oven."

Do you have any no-bake cookie recipes?

Deana said...

I'm copying down this recipe too. I am going to try your fudge one this weekend!

Dennie McDonald said...

that is so funny... I made M&M cookies today (and a b-day cake for eldest offspring)

Meretta said...

LOL at the wraparound um...part and subsequent belt buckle. ;) That's just scary!

I'm laughing too at how to confuse Santa!

Have a good day, Bailey!

Dennie McDonald said...

A tip - I did this once and do it all the time now - BEFORE I add in the dry ingredients, keep out 1/4 cup of M&M (or chocolate chips or whatever), add the rest to the butter/sugar/egg mix stir well, and then add dry ingredients.

Take a few of the set aside ones and top - it makes it so much easier to stip it all together and it's more evenly distributed in each cookie (and w/ 4 boys I GUARANTEE they check to see if they have similar amounts of chips) =)

Siobhan said...

Your cookie recipes are fab. I've started a folder "Bailey's cookies". The spamarama is a giggle. Hope you're keeping well...

Susan said...

I wonder how they found out "it" would around wrap your waist. lol

That is a terrific recipe!

Carol said...

Be married (No thank you.)
Stop fighting. (That’s why I’m not married.)

I love those! lol

Toni Anderson said...

LOL--and yum yum yum.

Marty said... my fix...the beltbuckle made me LOL. Hugs!