You know what I love about shortbread cookies? The simplicity.
One of the best parts of being a kid is the Holiday’s. Luckily I grew up with a big family. They were fun, had great hearts (I mean that in the kind way. In the healthy way we have terrible hearts) awesome, always down for a good time and they loved to eat.
Did I mention these cookies were gluten free? Nope, because if I did you would whine and cry that they probably don’t taste good or that they’re dry, because that’s what you’ve always been told.
Being that I come from a loving, caring, close and hilarious family, I received a gift box for my Birthday in the mail from my loved ones. I know they love me because they give me a hard time and they never let me forget the times I’ve made a complete ass out of myself.
Thank you so much for coming back! You have no idea how much I appreciate you! I really do. I hate to sound desperate or needy but I am, so there you have it. Again I apologize for last week.
I know I act a fool more often than I should. It’s a blessing and a curse really. It’s a blessing because people don’t expect anything from me because they think I’m an idiot and it’s a curse because people think I’m an idiot. Which I am an idiot when it comes to life but in the kitchen I kinda actually know what I’m doing.
Double fudge you’ll-complain-thery’re-too-rich-yet-you-know-you’re-going-to-eat-six cookies.