pie crust cookies

Perfect Timing

Here’s my post for Sam’s Fifty July Kinks! Oh, the fun I had with this…

PROMPT: Cooking Kink (watching them cook/use their hands while baking)
CHARACTERS: Sam Winchester, female reader
WARNINGS: Smut (obviously), AU, explicit sexual content

TAGS: @hiddenwritingsintheworld, @oriona75, @kittenofdoomage, @deansdirtylittlesecretsblog, @mrs-squirrel-chester, @mrswhozeewhatsis, @nerdflash

Originally posted by butteryplanet

You rolled your shoulders as you pressed your hands into the dough, flattening it over the flour-sprinkled countertop before rolling it into a ball again. You worked the dough like you’d been doing for the past ten minutes, putting all your effort into making sure this dough turned out perfectly.

You weren’t sure what you were going to make yet. Pie crust, maybe. Cookies. Biscuits, even. Pizza dough kept coming to your mind, and you’d almost resigned yourself to having pizza for dinner tonight.

You perked up, hands stilling in the dough as you heard the jingle of keys from the front step, a moment before the door was opened.

“Honey, I’m home!”

You let out a laugh as you heard the front door shut.

“Yes, you are. Come here, you sexy thing!”

Rich laughter filled the previously quiet house, and you continued working the dough. You reached over and grabbed another handful of flour, sprinkling it over the section of counter that you’d claimed as your work station. You kept kneading, glancing over your shoulder to see Sam standing there, jacket discarded, tie loose around his neck, hand stilled on unbuttoning the sleeve of his button-up shirt.

“Hi, honey. How was work?”

He didn’t answer, and you glanced over your shoulder again. He had his bottom lip between his teeth, one eyebrow raised, eyes trained on your hands.


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A key lime pie with a Girl Scout cookie crust

Because I am always looking for an excuse to bake sweets, there’s only one time of year I make an exception to buying packaged cookies. That opportunity arrived a few weeks ago, in the form of our precious next door neighbor, standing at our door asking if I would be interested in buying Girl Scout cookies. I happily ordered three boxes of Trefoils and told her that I might make some of them into a crumb crust for a pie. Her eyes got wide as she imagined such an endeavor!

The cookies arrived just in time for a birthday. I crushed enough of them to make 1 ½ cups and substituted them for graham cracker crumbs in a pie crust. I mixed them with melted butter and some sugar, pressed them into the sides of a pie plate and into the oven it went for 5 minutes. Beautiful!

So, how do butter cookies compare with graham crackers in a crust? Delicious, albeit rich! Not that the richness got in the way of eating it in record time, mind you. Only one meager slice remains, tempting me every time I open the refrigerator.

If this pie has made you think about making a key lime pie, an extraordinary recipe was posted here a year or so ago. It’s tart and tangy and sweet and perfect.

anonymous asked:

I'm a vegan, and I have family coming over for the holidays. They all say they're fine with just eating vegan while they're at my house, but I'm a little worried. Can you recommend any vegan recipes that taste like they aren't? Especially baking recipes, as my family LOVES to bake during the holidays.

Sure, try some of these:





Sides dishes


And this link has many, many more! [x]

Did you know it’s National Chocolate Cake Day, Initiates? Well, it is, and nothing beats Dauntless Cake!

Here’s the deliciously dangerous recipe:


  1. One unbaked pie crust
  2. One batch of chocolate chip cookie dough
  3. One batch of chocolate cake mix
  4. One batch of your favorite frosting
  5. Sprinkles (red)


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and spray deep dish pie plate with cooking spray.
  2. Lay unbaked pie crust in pie plate
  3. Cover bottom of pie crust with cookie dough (about ½ to ¾ inch deep)
  4. Prepare cake mix according to package directions; pour over cookie dough until pie crust is almost full
  5. Bake for about 44-55 minutes, or until toothpick inserted into center comes out clean
  6. Let cool completely and frost the top. Add sprinkles -if you’re really ambitious (and we know you are), use red sprinkles to create the Dauntless symbol!

anonymous asked:

Thanks for the cookie, goes well with the cup of coffee I am holding right now :)

Irrelevant post full of recipes: cookies for everyone!

I really like cookies.