Sometimes I feel really inspired and sometimes I really wanna get in the kitchen.
For those of you who know me outside of the blog, you’re probably like, “Uh, excuse me?”
Yeah. I know. Cooking and baking and anything house wifey really is SO not my thing. Sorry, future hubs. I can do laundry, though. And fold towels really well. So.
Since I was stuck inside this weekend because of Storm Jonas (thanks Joe, Kevin, and Nick) I decided I would risk my life to venture out and gather some supplies for some dessert.
First, my roomies and I went to IHOP because they have ALL YOU CAN EAT PANCAKES. Yes. You read right. ALL YOU CAN EAT PANCAKES. I got the regular combo which includes pancakes, sausage, eggs, and hash browns with some OJ of course and I ate every. single. thing. Our sweet waiter man brought us THREE ROUNDS of pancakes and I think I ate 142 pounds worth. And it was only $10.00. Just sayin’.
Since it was ALL YOU CAN EAT PANCAKES we boxed up three servings, got some syrup and forks to go, drove through somewhere and got hot coffee, and spread the IHOP love and our passion for pancakes by handing out the boxed breakfasts to those outside in this winter mess.
When we got to Target, I grabbed a roll of cookie dough, some Funfetti icing, and sprinkles (duh).
I rolled the dough out and put some sprinkles on top. Then I cut the dough into triangle pieces and added them to a tray with tin foil rolled to prop the pieces up.
You pop them in the oven at 375 and bake for 10 minutes, and then you have yourself some SUGAR COOKIE NACHOS!
Except mine didn’t really look like that. They were like SUGAR COOKIE RANDOM AWKWARD PIECES! But I am most definitely not going to pass up anything that involves sprinkles and icing. No way, no how.
So, you guys have a new and cool recipe to try out and you just learned that I seriously, actually don’t belong in the kitchen. Try these nachos out and show me when you do a much better job. Please.
P.S. Stay warm!
P. P. S. Just got these bad boys and in 5-7 business days I’m putting them on and never taking them off.