Chocolate Hazelnut Oatmeal Cookies from Frame>by>Frame Baking.
Can you tell that I buy my groceries from Kroger? Generic brands, for the win!

The day my shopping ban was lifted, I forced my lil' sister to go with me to TJ Maxx.
 Why TJ Maxx? I don't know, I just wanted to take a look around. 
Anyways, I found this cookbook for only a dollar!
The pages are filled with the most delicious-looking food pornography! 
I am such a fatty.

I was invited to a potluck for the declared Art History majors,
(Though I am undeclared. No pressure, right?)
and figured that I could follow one of the recipes easily enough. 
This particular recipe called for minimal ingredients and sounded pretty darn appetizing.

Here I am, not exactly sure how to begin. 
Oh, and the best part? One of my roommates walked in as the timer was going off.
 We had a good laugh after I explained myself. 
Note to self: Find someone with a good eye that likes me enough to snap my photographs.

Aren't the pictures great?

The mixture of goodness, ready to be balled up and placed in the oven.

Cookies, post-baking. 
I had some difficulties removing them from the cookie sheet. 
I think I ended up eating what was left on the pan. 

Again, I am such a fatty, but in my defense...
I needed to determine that they were edible...
which they were, especially with a glass of milk.

Cookies! Placed on a plate and ready to be devoured by my fellow pot-luckers.

Until next time, ♥.

madeleine  – (September 6, 2010 at 2:17 PM)  

mmmmmmm they look so yummy, I have that eeepc! xx

Meream  – (September 8, 2010 at 5:47 AM)  

What is that floral ceramic thing in front of you? I WANT IT! :)

Myriam  – (September 8, 2010 at 2:00 PM)  

The floral ceramic thing holds my sugar! I got it in a random set of Chinese restaurant dishware at a thrift store for 4 bucks! (The plate the cookies sat on is from the same set)
♥ ♥ ♥

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