Wordless Wednesday: Cookies!

cinnamon chocolate chip cookies
Cinnamon chocolate chip cookies

A classic chocolate chip cookie, mildly tweaked. Very simple and straightforward. To make them, just use your favorite classic chocolate chip cookie recipe and add a tablespoon of cinnamon to the dry ingredients. A slight modification that makes a world of difference in spicing up a timeless baked good that everyone already loves.

This is my second baking-related Wordless Wednesday (ha, Wordless, right) in a row, but contrary to what it looks like, I am not whipping up sugary, sweet snacks on the regular. In fact, some health issues I live with have been flaring up almost constantly over the last couple of weeks, leaving me unable to consume anything sweet or sugar-filled, as well as unable to concentrate on much of anything long enough to get something of substance accomplished. Hence why posting here has been very light and very limited in that time.

These cookies were baked, and these pictures were taken, last month and have been sitting pretty on my computer ever since. I couldn’t tell you how many pictures I take that wind up just sitting here, hardly ever looked at and eventually deleted. So that wouldn’t happen with these pictures, why not share them with all of you?

cinnamon chocolate chip cookies closeup

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20 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Cookies!

  1. These look amazing! Your house must be smelling so yummy while it was baking. I love cinnamon spice – don’t we all? – and will try your suggestion next time. Cookies are easier to bake than cinnamon rolls yay!

  2. I’ll have to try this! I’m so excited that the weather has started to cool off so that I can start baking without dying of heatstroke. Thanks for joining the party at Tales of a Pee Dee Mama.

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