Going to Japan Bar Cookies

Friday, October 19, 2007


Bar Cookies made with White & Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips

Today, my mom flew back to Okinawa, Japan to visit my 87-year-old grandmother and her family. My mom has not flown on an airplane in 11 years, and a lot has changed since then. She got a wee bit confused with the new restrictions... she thought she could not bring any liquids or gels, even in her checked luggage!

After dropping my mom off at LAX, I went to work where we had a lunch potluck. I made some Nestlé bar cookies with the Nestlé swirled chips -- a swirl of white chocolate and semisweet chocolate. I used the chocolate chip cookie recipe on the back of the package, adding two tablespoons of flour since I was omitting the nuts, and spread it out in a jelly roll pan.

You mix in about two thirds of the package in the batter and scatter the remaining chips on top. I think the morsels are very cute!

I loaned my mom my digital camera so I may not have new posts for about one week!
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1 comments:

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Lee and I are SOOOOOOOOO grateful you brought these delicious cookies to our house. We hid them in the cuboard (sshhhh) so that we could enjoy them by ourselves. :)

Thank you!!! They were so moist and tasty and delicious. Yum!!!

Love,
Your friends Racheal and Lee

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