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Just Call Me Suzie Homemaker

Most of you know that I do enjoy baking. So aside from doing VBS this week, I have been baking up a storm. Our church has people volunteer to sign up to bring cookies for our fellowship time after morning church. As soon as they started doing this, I told myself that sometime in the summer I would bring cookies. This coming Sunday is the one I volunteered for. They like to have about 16 dozen cookies which is a lot, but I decided I would make five different kids and make one every day this week. My husband has enjoyed the "mistakes" that he finds and I have been pretty pleased with the results. I have been having issues with my oven, and I finally determined it was a temperature thing. We bumped up the temperture in the oven about 10 degrees, and now things are turning out great.

Chocolate Chip - my personal favorite and the ones I have been having the most trouble getting to turn out right. The higher temp oven and more flour helped these turn out nice.

Oatmeal Raisin - For a little variety and there always is that one oddball person that doesn't like chocolate.
Monster - These are probably my husbands favorite, though he will eat just about anything you put in front of him.
Peanut Butter - again for variety sake. And I think they always just look so pretty too.
And finally - White Chip Chocolate - A fun twist and something different.

Now, I better let my oven rest a little bit.


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