I've been craving toasted marshmallow, so I worked it right into this cookie candy family I'm building.
First, it was coconut crunch cookie candy.
Then, a few days ago -- Biscoff & chocolate.
Big pillows of toasted marshmallow.
Lots of melty chocolate chips.
All on one big crispy-crunchy, buttery cookie.
This definitely satisfied my craving.
It's craziness around here and it's because of this cookie candy.
I've been on a major cookie-baking marathon lately.
Now I really want to pass on the insanity.
So I'm having a contest.
This cookie candy is what made me want to do a bit of a bake-off.
It's one giant buttery, crunchy oat cookie.
Well -- part cookie, part candy bar.
I've got a thing for biscuits but these...ah, well, these are just so good.
I can't tell you exactly how much I love the texture of these biscuits.
Just looking at them, thinking about them, writing about them...
these butter-rich, soft, tender biscuits...
I need one bad.
They're easy, too.
No rolling required.
And you get to grate butter for these babies.
You gotta try grating butter.
Awhile ago, I thought grating butter sounded like too much work.
It's not. Not at all. It's easier than cubing it, I tell you!
Grating makes a HUGE difference in the texture of the biscuit.
It's also fun. Almost super fun. Almost.
And it makes the whole "work the butter into the flour" part way faster.