This summer my sister-in-law made these chocolate chip squares. The recipe was passed down from a friend so I am unsure of the origin, but if I could find the original source rest assured that I would give them a piece of mind and call them out on being an enabler to my cookie addiction.
These squares are easy to make. My four and five year-olds followed the recipe with simple prompts and were proud of their culinary skills.
And any recipe that leaves one bowl for cleanup is a hit in my books.
Please don’t send me hateful emails if you make these and eat the entire pan in one sitting. Consider yourself warned!
¾ cup of brown sugar
2 cups of flour
1 cup of soft unsalted butter (I used slightly less)
1 tsp of vanilla (I used more, but then again I could bathe in this stuff!)
1 cup of chocolate chips (give or take the handful that my two year shoved in his mouth)
Mix all of the ingredients together in a large bowl. Once thoroughly mixed, press into a 8X8 or 9X9 square pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 25-35 minutes. Cut into squares while still hot.
That’s looked good. I like it, and can make that as wedding dessert right. It’s easy and most importantly delicious.
Even I can remember four ingredients 🙂 Can`t wait to try it. Thanks for sharing.
Eeeeks! Did you see that I forgot to add the flour? I am telling you with each child birthed millions of brain cells lost in the process!!! You need to add 2 cups of flour.
Haha! I didn`t even miss the flour when I read it! I totally understand what your saying about the brain cell thing. We`re in good company 🙂
Okay, if you weren’t so nice I would find that Hex that Carol posted about a few weeks ago and cast it at you! I SO don’t need to make these…and yet I SO want to. Especially as it is POURING rain. Why does rain make cookies seem totally okay?
Please don’t blame me if you sit down and scarf the entire pan while watching a romantic comedy waiting for the rain to pass 🙂
WOW. Appetizing. Yamiiiiii
Appetizing = understatement. Enjoy 🙂