The batter: Nothing could be simpler.
If your food budget it tight and you need to make a treat, you won't find a less expensive way to make a few dozen cookie!
Of course the recipe could be "switched up" but we always stuck with the traditional milk/egg/flour mix.
While I am taking some vacation time over the holidays, I'm revisiting a few memorable recipes from my life.
A snowy day, time alone, and Christmas music inspires me to get baking and messing about in the kitchen
Then dipped into the batter being careful not to have the batter flow over the top edge.
For the batter I used two eggs, 1 and 1/3 cup of half and half, one cup of flour, 1/4 teaspoon of salt, cinnamon, and clove and a teaspoon of sugar this time.
A dull knife can be used to ease off any batter parts that clings to the form.
Drain the hot cookies on some paper towels....they are as fragile as butterfly wings at this point.
Sprinkle with sugar.
(Outside the snow was falling like the finest of sugar...I thought the world looked like I had gotten carried away with the sprinkling process! I had to take a picture to show how fine the snow was on our deck railing.)