Corazon de Swiss

November 9, 2007


Filed under: NaBloPoMo,Random Cheesiness — by corazondeswiss @ 8:10 pm

So today at work my mother called and asked me to stop at the grocery store on the way home for some Rice Krispies and butter for Oatmeal Krispie Cookies.  So I was thinking about it and wrote down what she needed so I could get them.  Then I decided to get the stuff for RA’s Pumpkin Dip because I’ve really been wanting to try it out.  And I figured while I was trying out pumpkin recipes I’d get the stuff for the pumpkin butterscotch cookies.  So I looked the recipes up and printed them out at work so I’d know what to get. 
Had my little list all written out.  Got everything I needed. Including the loaf of bread my mom had called and asked me for.  And some Muenster cheese for grilled cheese sandwiches.  Yum.  Muenster cheese. 

So I get all my stuff together.  And get checked out.  Headed home.  Realize I’ve forgotten the Rice Krispies. That I had written on my list.  (Remember the other day when I told you I was turning into my mother? This little event is just more evidence)  Stop at 3, yes 3 convenience stores on the way home in the hope that one would have Rice Krispies.  No such luck.  Every other kind of basic cereal, but no freakin’ Rice Krispies.  So my mom went out to the store to get the Rice Krispies.  And I started the Pumpkin Dip. And the cookies. 
People, this pumpkin dip is AWESOME.  Go to the store, get the ingredients and make some!  And RA, its also tasty on Oatmeal Krispie Cookies.  (Recipe after the break) Am also enjoying the pumpkin cookies, but I agree with RA about the butterscotch chips- probably want to cut back on those.

 Oatmeal Krispie Cookies

1 c butter
1 c brown sugar
1 c white sugar
2 c self-rising flour
2 c oatmeal
1 c chopped pecans 
2 eggs
2 c Rice Krispies
1 tsp vanilla

Cream butter and both sugars together.  Add eggs.  Sift dry ingredients.  Add vanilla, oatmeal, Rice Krispies and nuts.  Drop by teaspoonfuls on to slightly greased cookie sheets.

Bake at 350 for 8 to 10 minutes. 



  1. Yay, I’m so glad you liked the dip!!!

    Comment by RA — November 9, 2007 @ 9:58 pm |Reply

  2. That pumpkin dip DOES sound mighty good. I think I’ll have to try it myself!

    Comment by Zandria — November 14, 2007 @ 8:34 pm |Reply

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