I was a Baking Fool this past weekend (it’s an official title, of sorts). I needed some new lunchbox treats. That’s always a fun time for me, finding something new to bake. I chose two recipes that I’d had tucked away for some time – Fairy Bites (tiny, little, sprinkle-y shortbread squares) and Campfire Cookies (all the yummy components of s’mores).
I’ve had these on my radar for a while and I was happy to finally be able to make them. They were so simple and easy to make and came out so cute.
Lightly almond and super buttery, these cookies are sure to please almost everyone (as long as “everyone” likes lightly almond and super buttery and cookies, and if you don’t, I’m not sure I want to know you)!
They are so adorably tiny, which makes them perfect for little hands. Or big hands, like mine. Either one.
probably definitely should have added more sprinkles.
But, I am still very happy with the way they came out. These are great lunchbox treats and would be so precious at a little tea party (which my boys would straight up annihilate, so I’ll be sticking with serving these in lunchboxes for them and eating directly from the cookie jar for me).
Needing something with chocolate??
Me too. Always.
I had also been wanting to make these Campfire Cookies for a long time. I LOVE s’mores. We have a life-long love affair, me and s’mores. And when the opportunity arises to eat them deconstructed or reconstructed, I’m in.
These hearty cookies are made with both flour and graham cracker crumbs.
They are chock full of Hershey’s milk chocolate and mini marshmallows.
They were so ooey and gooey and melty, fresh out of the oven.
I highly recommend these.
And continuing with the “sweet” theme, for Tuesday’s lunch…
I packed a heart-shaped ham, cheese, and mayo sandwich, colby jack cheese, assorted raisins (LOVE Trader Joe’s raisins), strawberries, blueberries, and one Campfire Cookie.