Once upon a time in a seaside suburb far, far away, a young Druid decided to make some magic cookies for some of his friends.
He firstly took some magic leaves from a special plant that only grows in cupboards with intensive lights, and chopped them up extremely finely until he had 1/2 - 1/3 cup.
He then took 100g of butter and put it in a container with the chopped leaves. Being a technologically advanced pagan, he then placed this in the microwave for 2-2.5 minutes (until the butter had melted through the greenery).
If a microwave was not available, he would have used the traditional method of using a saucepan of boiling water with a bowl containing the goodies sitting on top. He would then leave this for approximately 10 minutes.
He then added 1/2 cup flour and 1/2 cup sugar. Some cooking chocolate was then melted and added to the mixture, along with 2 eggs and some vanilla essence. He even decided to add some chopped nuts for a bit of variety.
This magic mix was then shaped into small cookies, and ritually baked at 300 degrees F for 20-25 minutes.
Other Druids partaking of these magic cookies saw bizarre visions, and some even celebrated by showing everyone the contents of their stomachs. The moral of this story... Moderation.
A lovely cake (or cup cakes) can be created by using a packet mix and adding the butter/mull mix. Cook as per directions on the box. I have personally had a great deal of success using this method.
By M. Gonad
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