New kind of low calorie cookies

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After successfully making an enchilada casserole, I tried to bake some cookies, but couldn’t remember the proper temperature so I guessed. The cookies burned. I could tell by the acrid smell of smoke coming from the direction of the kitchen. Also, I was not aware that parchment paper would burn let alone catch on fire. So you know, there’s that lesson learned. I have surmised from this experience that 425 is too hot for parchment paper, and cookies apparently. In other news…I found a liquified cucumber in the back of my fridge. I threw it away, but I’m eating these cookies, at least the ones that weren’t near the flame. Those are not quite charcoal yet and I heard that burnt food has less caloric content so, you know, I can have two for the price of one….never mind the extra carcinogens.

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About msmurfie

Shawn Murphy is a woman of mystery and power whose power is only exceeded by her mystery. She did not adjust well to the corporate life of cubicles and voicemail so went back to school and became an elementary school art teacher. Shawn enjoys walks in the woods despite being mostly allergic to the woods. She loves dogs, hates snakes, listens to self help CD’s and sings loudly to Beach Boys songs while driving. She tries to understand algebra , no luck so far. Past accomplishments include mending fences, literally and figuratively, folding a fitted sheet and shooting awesome photographs. Hopes to one day learn how to tie ties and sharpen knives properly. Easy going and painfully honest. Tends to share almost anything, much to the chagrin of friends and family.

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