OT: heat proof cookies?

We’re having this end of the year celebration thingy at my school on Friday, and we just got a “reminder email” (read: the first one) asking everyone to bring 2 dozen heat proof cookies. :rollseyes:

AND, sine I am going on a field trip tomorrow, I have to make them tonight. And I don’t have time to go to the store, so they can’t include anything wierd.

:help: Help!

Um, I’ve never heard of heat proof cookies…that’s weird :shock: :roflhard:

Maybe just make sugar cookies?

yeah they would have to be cookies with no chocolate or icing or anything…snicker doodles or peanut butter cookies maybe?

I do cookies every Christmas… and well… Australian Christmas’ sometimes get up to 40 Celcius (which is friggin’ hot!!!)

Here’s what I bake.

Shortbread - I have a great recipe for this
1 cup icing sugar
2 cups plain flour
250g unsalted butter
1tbs flavour (see below)

Cream butter & sugar, add flavouring, add flour and mix.

… and you can put in your own flavours… here are my favourite…:
Lemon zest
vanilla & fig

Gingerbread cookies - always go down well

Almond cookies… LOVERLY!!

Oatmeal raisin?

I was going to say peanut butter too, but often people are allergic to peanuts or other types of nuts. Would jam thumbprints be heat proof? Lemon cookies?


How about cookies made with cake mix if you have a box on hand?


YES! perfect, BREN! :slight_smile:

mmmm…snickerdoodles… :inlove:

lol i totally hate snickerdoodles but they were excellent 4H cookies since it is nearly impossible to not make perfectly round ones! my brother used to stalk the kitchen when i made them to get any that weren’t perfect…like the ones that would always slide off the pan when pulling them out of the oven! “you can’t use those for 4H right? ouch ouch ouch hot!”

boys are dumb. :rofling:

:?? That does not compute. :lol:

sugar cookies
peanut butter
anything w/o frosting or chocolate chips pretty much

Why is it called “heat proof?” :??

i would guess it is an outdoor activity and it has been in the 80s-90s in the last few days in the middle part of the country…melty melty

I want to be there - it is freezing cold here. Feels very late autumn like at the moment ; cold rainy and grey =(

What are snickerdoodles?

My mum makes stuff like shortbread and almond macaroons and oatmeal crunchies which are YUM - all “heatproof” =D

Snickerdoodles are basically a sugar cookie dough, rolled in a ball and then rolled in cinnamon sugar. You bake the balls and they flatten out to nice, round, soft-baked cookies. Mmmmmmmmmm

I made cake mix cookies last night, only to discover this morning that DH thought they were for him :doh: When I went upstairs to yell at him, he woke up and before I could say anything, he says all sleepily “Dude, thanks for those cookies, they were awesome!” sigh He was so happy I didn’t have the heart to tell him they weren’t for him. I just said “your’e welcome sweetie, anything for you”. Guess I’m going to WallyFart tomorrow morning.

I wonder what KK will have to say about this!

omg… :rofling: :roflhard: :rofling:

you might want to yell just a little bit so he doesn’t do it to you again! hehe

woah that sounds like heaven on a tongue!

I was thinking something made with melted snickers bars LOL

There are really good cookies made with those itty bitty bite sized Snickers in them…


Extremely yummy!

OK, these aren’t heat proof, but the are freakily good…

Symphony Brownies…
1 family size (for 9x13 inch pan) brownie mix with walnuts
3 (count 'em 3!) large Symphony chocolate bars with nuts & toffee

Basically you mix the brownie batter per the box instructions, pour half the batter into the pan, place the 3 bars side by side on top of the batter, then pour the rest of the batter on top of the bars. Bake per the box instructions.
Supposedly it makes 48 small or 24 large brownies… ! :shock:

oooooooooooh those are some of my favorite ingredients!