Tattoo Your Favorite Recipe: Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
A recipe tattooed on your body? That would make cooking much easier than keeping a cookbook open on your kitchen counter.
I was so excited when the lovely editor at Paste Food Sara Bir reached out with a request for recipes that would be used in a tattoo series. Paste Food’s design internet Becky Delaware was looking for recipes to turn into temporary tattoos, so I sent her the recipe for Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies, an easy cookie recipe with only five ingredients.
This recipe makes an appearance both here on Foodie Underground and in The Culinary Cyclist. It’s one of my favorites simply because it’s so easy, and because you can tweak it any way you see fit. Add some walnuts and dried cranberries? Sure. What about ground cardamom and chopped pieces of dried apricot? Yes, please.
I love Becky’s rendition of it, and even if you don’t get the temporary tattoo, it’s still a beautifully illustrated recipe.
Now, go bake some cookies.
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