December 8, 2009

Making Seven Layer Cookies

I haven't been good about making the goodies I'm posting recipes for. The pumpkin bread picture is one I made (over the weekend for a Christmas Party). But on Monday night, my granddaughter and I made Seven Layer Cookies. Lacey just turned 2, so it's such an EASY recipe, even a toddler can do it.












8 comments:

LuAnn said...

These are wonderful pictures of your granddaughter. What a sweetheart!

Skhye said...

LOL. My pictures of the same scenario at my house would be my daughter shoving everything in her mouth! She can smell chocolate in the kitchen when down the hall and behind a closed door... Sometimes, I think it's subliminal like psychic pets who know when you're coming home. My cat used to know when I opened a jar of green olives. She'd have to run quite a ways down the street to come diving through the cat door and beg for an olive...

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PhyllisC said...

Looks like you both had a great time. I always enjoy cooking with my grandkids. My 4 year old grandson has to cook with me every time he is here. He's actually getting pretty good at it especially breakfast. I hope everyone has a fantastic holiday season!

Phyllis Campbell said...

There is another Phyllis C out there (who posted a comment)? Small world!

Seven layer cookies...I'll have to try that because my 3-year-old grandson loves to help.

~Phyllis~

Judy said...

I love seven layer cookies and they are so easy to make.

Ginger Simpson said...

The kid's cute, but I'm more interested in the stuff in the pan. *lol* Honestly, she's a doll, and what a great grammy you are to let her play in your kitchen.

Ginger

Mary Ricksen said...

Good cookies, yummy, I need to make them.

Loretta C. Rogers said...

Grandchildren are precious bundles of joy. I can't wait to make the recipe with my granddaughter, who just turned twelve. They grow up to fast.

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