“Guilty! I say guilty!”

“You can see it on his smug little face!  Guilty!  I say guilty!”

Let it be known that I am in love with The Incredibles.


Easily one of my favorite movies.  I love a good animated flick.  I missed Megamind in theaters, but I can’t wait for it to come out on DVD!  What can I say?  I’m a sucker for some good PG entertainment. 🙂

Before I explain what it is I am guilty of, I must let you know that I do not feel guilty about this . . . I am merely using this particular forum to profess my guilt.  The source of my guilt causes me to feel no guilt whatsoever.

Do you get it?  OK, good.

Moving on . . . I saw an amazing recipe for an individual portion of Eggless Cookie Dough over on Iowa Girl Eats a couple of weeks ago.  Being that the recipe was individually portioned (which is key for me), & I had everything on hand, I knew I had to make it immediately!

It also gave me the opportunity to use my new measuring spoons!  How cute are these!?!


This recipe couldn’t possibly be easier.  It’s got everything I love about a recipe–comes together in minutes, makes a portion size that doesn’t leave me feeling overly full, & tastes amazingly delicious!  I also hate love that the recipe is crazy easy to remember.  You will memorize it instantly.

You want some, dontcha?  Thought so.  Here ya go:

Eggless Cookie Dough

1 T. Smart Balance Light –softened in the microwave for ~8 seconds

2 T. brown sugar

3 T. flour

sprinkle of salt

a few drops of vanilla

chocolate chips, nuts, coconut, butterscotch chips, oatmeal, dried cherries–essentially whatever mix-ins you like in your cookie dough! 😉

  1. Put everything but the mix-ins into a small bowl.

    Admittedly, not much to look at. Patience.

  2. Give it a little elbow grease & get everything totally combined.
  3. Add in your mix-ins.

    I may get a little heavy-handed with my mix-ins.

  4. Give it another whirl.

    Hello, lover!

  5. Devour.
  6. Repeat.  I may or may not do this step; I’ll leave it up to your discretion.

I like to make mine in a plastic container so that if I have some leftover (ha!), I can just pop a top on it & stick it in the fridge.  Doesn’t happen ever often, but it’s nice to have the option.

So where’s the guilt, you ask?  I am totally, 100%, unapologetically guilty of making this every night for the past week.  I am a dessert every day type of girl.  I love that this is a single serving because dessert tends to be something I binge on pretty easily when unlimited amounts are available.  It keeps my sweet tooth & my self control in check.

Please, for the love of God, go make yourself some cookie dough.  You need this cookie dough in your life.  I promise, you won’t be sorry.

Along with my cookie dough, I’m off to settle in for some Wednesday night comedies on ABC & this little lover that came today.

A Q for you . . .

What are you unapologetically guilty of???



19 thoughts on ““Guilty! I say guilty!”

  1. I’m the same way about desserts so that single serving cookie dough looks delishhh. I’d say I’m pretty unapologetically guilty of…watching some form of TV every night. A girl’s gotta have her shows!

    • hungryhealthyhappy says:

      I am addicted! Honestly, I think I have had it every night for almost 2 weeks straight . . . Hi, my name is Melissa and I’m a cookie-dough-holic!

  2. hope says:

    I found this relay good to put a few drops of honey on and ditch the extra mix ins like chocolate chips,melted for about 15 seconds, and poured on vanilla ice-cream(;

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