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Chocolate cookies are the way to go in my home.
I mean, chocolate chip cookies, double chocolate chunk, Reese’s, anything goes really! We were never fans of sugar cookies, but give them a chance every now and then. Last week, I decided to try an untraditional sugar cookie. It was a brown sugar cookie. Seems a bit strange, but I love brown sugar more than white sugar so I figured I would give it a go. And guess what? They were gooood. They were fluffy, soft and had loads of sugary goodness in them.
They were warm out of the oven and had a lovely crunch in them. The brown sugar really changes the texture of them, but for the better. After enjoying a whole batch on my own, I made another and took them over to my neighbor Anne’s house. She and her boys at home at them all throughout the time I was there.
But she gave me a great serving suggestion! They served it with vanilla caramel gelato and it was the perfect combination to enjoy with these cookies. You could also have them with a cup of coffee for another great afternoon treat. Either way, you are going to enjoy these.
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Quick Tip: Use light or dark brown sugar for this.