First up was a second attempt at the Black and White cookie. I have a friend who was waxing poetic about them and of course I had to look them up. To me they are a deli or cafe cookie. The dough is actually more cake-like (legend has it they were originated from leftover bakery cake batter). The flavor is a a soft lemon/vanilla blend and the glaze is the type of thing that will wreck your kitchen if you don't prep your bake spaces appropriately. The first time I attempted this my kitchen looked like a small black and white war zone after. (I also made sure I purchased a small palette knife before this second attempt.) I found this recipe to be solid. Read through it and plan accordingly.
My son woke up with pukey migraine on Tuesday. It took him a while to get over this one but once he did he ate two of these.
Sausage, cheddar & chive biscuit bread muffins. The original form for this recipe was in a loaf. However reading the comments I saw they could be individual muffin biscuits using a buttered muffin pan for 30 minutes. Tasty. I have individually wrapped the remainder and put in a gallon freezer bag. They can be pulled out and split and toasted as an individual breakfast item.
Last up, well ... since the oven was going I figured why not try that Martha Stewart oatmeal sandwich cookie? The "cream" is a simple blend of cream cheese and confectioner's sugar. Still too "tangy" for my son's taste, so I softened some vanilla ice cream and with the same size small cookie scoop made ice cream sandwiches. I wrapped 6 of these individually and put in the freezer. Ready to go dessert during the week :)
Here we are Friday. :)