blithe and bliss

a handmade bohemian lifestyle brand

a handmade bohemian lifestyle brand- created out of a need for one of a kind, handmade with love items that spread happiness in what we wear, what we do, and wherever we go.


sweet adventures in the kitchen- peanut butter chocolate chip cookies

Welcome to another sweet adventure. This week I baked some very delicious peanut butter chocolate chip cookies for a co-workers birthday. I got to use the very cool travel container I bought from TARGET! It is just so handy and I really want to bake more so I can use it again!:)

picture perfect sweets

picture perfect kitchen

so tidy and clean

frilly stool covers... that's a good idea.. maybe that'll be my next project..?

after one of my sweet adventures in the kitchen i need these tiny little helpers for the clean up... but alas it is just me..;)

can you tell I'm really experienced in the kitchen?... ....?

ok- first things first... check your cupboard to make sure your baking soda isn't expired and that you have vanilla... and peanut butter! **note** this is a constant problem when i want to bake; expired ingredients or none... so this time I planned ahead and looked at the recipe for what the ingredients were! so smart right?!...

in your large bowl: 3/4 cup sugar, 3/4 cup brown sugar, 1 cup earth balance vegan soy butter, cinnamon (to taste... i shook the bottle a couple of times) 1 tsp vanilla extract: MIX TOGETHER... then in a small bowl put 1/4cup water and 3 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar.. whip with a whisk then let sit until it bubbles... once this happens add to your large bowl and mix (this is what I use to replace the egg)

in your medium bowl: 2 1/4 cup all purpose white flour, 1 tsp baking soda, tsp salt; whisk ingredients

add 1 3/4 cups creamy peanut butter to your large bowl

add your dry ingredients and mix then dump all your chocolate chips in and mix!

bake for 10 mins exactly then remove from sheet and let cool

all baked, packed, and ready to go!

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