Both of my daughters had to submit chocolate recipes for a 5th grade mothers day cookbook project. There were a lot of really good ones, but my favorite ended up being two separate recipes that i combined and then added my own touches to. You might think this is way too runny to work, but it ends up wonderful!
These were originally dubbed "chicken cookies" by our church youth group. I have no idea why, but the name stuck. I didn't want to post them that way for obvious reasons. ;) Anyway, these are a big hit for road trips, and what kid-young or old-doesn't love cookies?!
This recipe is from the Bell Plantation website. Bell Plantation produces PB2, a powdered peanut butter that is much lower in fat than regular peanut butter and tastes like homemade when you add water to it. I found it in the health food section at my local grocery store.
This recipe is taken from Jan Karon's Mitford Cookbook and Kitchen Reader. I took away a lot of great Southern recipes from this book, and this particular recipe is my family's favorite way to drink iced tea. I have changed it on occasion, but always come back to the original.
I made this recipe one day when I had a little bit of everything in the pantry to use up. It's easy, and the ingredient amounts are very flexible depending on what your friends and family like.
I take this to potluck dinners and never have leftovers, although this recipe is even better the next day and doesn't dry out like a lot of pasta salad recipes.
Helpful hint: drizzle a tiny bit of extra light olive oil over the noodles before cooling them.
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