A couple of years ago, prior to changing my habits, I had a chocolate peanut butter cookie sandwich. My husband and I thought it was one sweet little combination and well, we finished the entire box that night at my friend’s house. We have since purchased her a replacement box, but ever since I have wanted to make my own delectable combination. I wanted to make the chocolate a little bit darker in taste and I wanted to make the peanut butter a little but richer.
After three attempts at making my dream chocolate peanut butter sandwich cookie, I decided that my baking skills could use some drastic improvement. I can follow a recipe and make yummy little adjustments. But coming up with something on my own is a dream and needs a little bit of work. Thanks to some inspiration from my new friends at Dessert Bites, I purchased a few books about baking. While the picture below may look yummy and delish, it was crusty, untasteful and an all-around unpleasant taste experience. I promise you guys, I will never tell you something tastes great, when in fact it does not.
By the way, I have no idea if untasteful is a word, perhaps I should have used tasteless. Oh well, too late now.
So how about you guys? Any tips for baking? Or creating recipes? By the way, if you have a chocolate recipe, I would love to share it with everyone. Let me know!