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Here have been many times when I’ve totally screwed up in the kitchen and created a foodie monstrosity.
Like the time I used 1 tbsp. instead of 1 tsp. in a loaf of banana bread. Boy oh boy, that thing turned out tasting like PlayDoh.
It looked absolutely beautiful so when I took that first bite it was a mega shock. There have also been times when I’ve made mistakes in my recipes and they actually turned out really good, such is the case with this cookie recipe. The creator of this recipe, Bobbie Thompson, never meant for these cookies to come out the way that they did, but was she ever glad about the end results!
And you wanna know something else? I am very glad about the end results of these “gleeful mistake” cookies or as Bobbie calls them, “Happy Accident” cookies. These are some of the best cookies I’ve ever eaten.
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Quick Tip: If you don’t have Ovaltine on hand it’s not a big deal. You can substitute it with Nestle Quick or equivalent.