Tuesday, December 11, 2007

For the Adventurous Eater: Bacon Cookies





Planning to make some cookies for the holidays? Tired of the same old flavors? Well, the cook behind the Ooh You Tasty Little Things blog thinks she has the perfect recipe for you. Bacon Chocolate Chip Cookies with Maple Syrup Glaze.

Now before you start heaving, take a minute to read her post. She swears these cookies are delicious. And who knows, maybe they are. (Though they're certainly not kosher.) But they say witchetty grubs are delicious too, and you aren't going to see me eating those, either.

16 Comments:

Blogger Spring said...

Not cool! (Notice I didn't say cool)

Those look disgusting. Mr. H. says so too. I guess we'll have to try them to find out though.

1:21 PM  
Blogger Erin said...

Umm...interesting. Hm. I'd rather of bacon by itself or cookie by itself. But I think I would try it, maybe. :)

3:11 PM  
Anonymous Raphael said...

I wonder if the blogger would mind if I removed the bacon from that recipe. xD I mean, I don't even like bacon by itself in the first place.

I checked the blog, though, and some of her other recipes look really, really good. (: My mouth is watering.

3:45 PM  
Anonymous Nellie said...

Yum! Bacon cookies and ham soda!
(not)

3:56 PM  
Anonymous Lara said...

Ananka?? i have some info about some huge underground tunnels that are underneath Liverpool, England. If you have an email address i dont mind emailing you about them.


Lara

4:50 PM  
Anonymous Maddi said...

at first im was like "ew! how could that taste good?" but then i really thought about it. i think it would taste delicious.try mentally put the flavors of bacon and cookies together. still, i'd rather have them seperatley.

5:11 PM  
Anonymous Hazel said...

Eeew! I can't believe she eats that! But bacon with maple syrup is really good. Or breakfast sausages with maple syrup. Mmm.

7:24 PM  
Anonymous Patsee said...

Ick.

Bacon tastes good with maple syrup, but chocolate?

8:32 PM  
Anonymous foofoo said...

ugghhh...
i don't eat bacon, but that really
still does look weird. ( i've tried turkey bacon, did not like it) just wonderiing, i have a book i'm writing do u recomend any publishers?

8:41 PM  
Blogger ookamishinzui said...

I wonder what you could do with those cookies....(other than eat them, be imagnitive people!)

8:50 PM  
Anonymous ananka said...

Laura: Yes, please! Send them to kikistrike@gmail. I've heard of the tunnels, but I don't know that much about them, so I'm really curious to see what you have!

FooFoo: What kind of book is it? The best advice is usually to think of books that influenced you (or that are similar to yours) and hunt down their publishers.

8:59 PM  
Anonymous infamous said...

Ew Meat. EWWWWWW

9:26 PM  
Anonymous ananka said...

Wow. How many of you guys are vegetarians?

9:37 PM  
Anonymous theatre said...

*gag* dead pig and sugar *GAGGGAG* sorry meat eaters I have NO stomach, well thats not true I just choose not to

12:25 PM  
Anonymous Hazel said...

When I want to have BLT and there's no bacon, sometimes I make "fakin' bacon," which is cold cuts fried in bacon fat (which we save after doing real bacon). It can't compare, but it's better that nothing.
Sorry vegetarians!

4:10 PM  
Anonymous hania said...

Bacon/Ham is no good for me. it isnt kosher and it isnt halal.

11:36 PM  

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