The subzero temperatures outside mean it’s time for ice cream season. Okay, so my logic might be flawed but I’ve been craving ice cream recently.
It’s always disappointing when your spoon reach the bottom of your bowl, dragging across the heartless ceramic. Or when you can’t scrape any more crumbs off your plate, your fork grinding across the surface.
So what’s the solution? Edible dishes (patent pending).
What if, when you finished your bowl of ice cream, there was a moist cookie bowl waiting to be devoured? Really gives a whole new meaning to the Clean Plate Club. Maybe it should be called the Clean Plateless Club.
Well, it’s easier than you think. Here’s a delicious recipe for Cookie Bowls. Now all that’s left to decide is what to put inside.
Note: I recommend spraying that bottom of your muffin pans with pam or non-stick spray. Otherwise, you have a quite a mess. So enjoy this picture of someone else’s perfect cookie bowls instead.
1 package of cookie dough
1 cupcake pan
Take your cupcake pan and invert. See, this is already gonna be easy, you should already be able to tell. I recommend lightly coating the bottom of the pan with non-stick cooking or baking spray.
Place cookie dough over the mounds of the cupcake pan, pressing against the pan.
Place in oven and cook according to the directions on the cookie package.
Allow to cool before carefully taking off your cookie bowls. Loosen the edges of your cookies bowls with a spatula.
Now fill your cookie bowls with whatever your heart desires. You could even put a cookie inside your cookie bowl! We like to think outside of the box over here at Silver Spork News. Actually, you should be using a spork to eat your cookie bowl right now. Go find a spork.
Post and Second Photo by Katie Paige. First Photo by Wilton.com.