Another log cookie. Hmph. As you may know, I am not a fan of log cookies. It’s been a long time since I’ve made one, so I guess it’s time. This one also wants you to flatten the sides, so it’s not going to be weird when the knife does it anyway. Here we go.
Mmmm….lime. Tart city right here. If you love lime, you’ll love these cookies.
Don’t worry, I managed to squirt lime juice all around my eye, but missed the eyeball.
So…butter is the “moisture” of this cookie. It’s only 1 1/2 sticks, though…
Oh! I just realized these are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day! You’re welcome.
Maybe I should have dyed it green.
There were some dimensions in the recipe which is why you see a ruler. My log was a little off. Meh.
Obviously I chose 1 hour. I don’t wait unless I have to.
Um, okay, but what does “crosswise” mean?
You caught me! The picture of the “raw” dough is on the Silpat and the cooked ones are on my SilEco pad. I’m inconsistent! Shut up.
Also, my friends, what you’re seeing here is the butt of the log. Everybody knows the butt of a burrito is the best part, so I assumed this would be the same.
They looked pretty good. My review: holy shit, that’s tart! You seriously pucker.
I got: 28
Start time: 9:20
End time: 11:30 (2 hours, 10 mins)
Martha’s estimated time: 1 hour, 30 minutes
What did I learn?
- The butt of the cookie dough log is not any better than the rest.
What do I need to learn?
- Were they the right amount of tart?
- Did I zest too deep?
- Why is this categorized as “Kids Cookies” on the app?
I thought since I made fewer than a million that there wouldn’t be many taste testers. I was wrong! If you were one of the many people who tried these, please leave a review in the comments!
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