i avoided the take 5 train as long as possible, but take 5 cookies???
A girl can only do so much. David swore up and down that they were the best candy bar ever, and every Halloween, I am required to buy many many extra Take 5’s “just in case” we have an excessive amount of trick or treaters. (Aka . . . just in case David’s blood sugar runs low.)
When I finally tried a Take 5, I think David had instant regret, realizing that he now had to share the limited amount of Take 5’s he had hoarded after the trick or treaters had come and gone. Maybe that was the real reason he requested Take 5 cookies . . . distraction.
These Take 5 cookies are . . .
- gooey and caramel-y
Because David never seems to be able to finish a batch of cookies by himself (wha?), I portioned out a dozen or so take 5 cookies to keep at home and took the rest to work. OH man. Bad Kaela. The glares that boy gave me when I got home??? Needless to say, I think these may be David’s new favorite cookies.
The only bad thing is . . . they may be my new favorite, too . . .