Cookie Dough Frosting

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

It's been FOREVER since I've posted! We've been super busy with friends, baseball, illness (everyone's taken their turn being sick), tonsillectomies (sweet Andrew had to get his tonsils taken out) and Andrew had a birthday!! I had a shocking wake up call as to exactly how old Andrew is getting when he had his birthday sleepover; there's something about 8 crazy hormonal boys that makes me want to lock my son up and home school him for the rest of his life! Here are some quotes from the night...
Boy 1- I want to spit all the jalapeno taste out into my hand
Boy 2- Dude, did you spit in your hand before you touched my face?
Boy 1- No
Boy 2- Good, I’d have to rip my cheek off!

Boy 1- We should find Andrew a girlfriend for his birthday!
Boy 2- First rule to getting a girlfriend... find a girl whose name you know and make sure she knows your name!

Boy 1- if Angelina Jolie was a Greek God she would be Aphrodite
Boy 2- I have a bone and arrow for her!

Boy 1- Has your girlfriend texted back?
Boy 2- No, my phone is on vibrate. Once when it was on vibrate I put it next to my crotch while I was playing Medal of Honor and when my girlfriend texted it was like OHHH HEEEE!

Asian Boy 1- Let’s prank call someone, I can do a really good Chinese accent!

It was a crazy night! So anyways, it's been almost a month since I've made anything new... that's pretty sad! This frosting is the perfect recipe though, it's worth waiting a month for! It's basically cookie dough without the eggs. You can pipe it onto cake (it makes a great double layer cake filling) or spread it onto brownies! Or you can eat it plain like my boys ,-)

Ingredients
1/2 cup butter, softened
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1/4 cup granulated sugar
3 tablespoons milk
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup flour
1 cup chocolate chips

Directions
Mix the butter, sugars, salt, and milk together. Mix in the flour until combined. Stir in the chocolate chips. Spread on top of cooled brownies. Keep any left overs in the refrigerator.

18 comments:

Anncoo said...

The cookie frosting looks so good on the brownies, wish I can try some.
Happy Birthday to Andrew.

4*KowBoys said...

YUM! I have browines to use this with, too!

Cristine said...

Happy birthday to your son!

THe frosting looks amazing!

Jen said...

Don't you just love that cookie dough? It's the same recipe I have in my blog. I've made it three times since originally posting it. SO GOOD!

Julie said...

I'm sorry, did you say something after cookie dough? Hehe..just kidding. Looks seriously awesome!

teresa said...

LOL! funny boys! this looks awesome, i want to make it now!

Natalie said...

welcome back :) i can relate to crazy lives, that's for sure!

LOVE the idea of cookie dough frosting...now I have to figure out when I have time to make some!

Lisa said...

Hey, I've missed ya girl! :)

That frosting and brownies looks amazing!

Happy Birthday to your sweet boy and glad everyone is feeling better!

志平 said...

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Huntris37 said...

I loved this email!! This made me laugh. Thank you I really needed a laugh today. Glad to hear you are well. Was wondering what happened to ya!

Kim said...

Happy Belated Birthday to your son! I can't imagine all those young men in your house like that - yikes

This cookie dough frosting sounds phenomenal....I mean terrific....I want some, pretty much right now;D

Juliana said...

Happy belated birthday to your son :-) Love the idea of using cookie dough as frosting...looks yummie!

Debbie said...

Looks very, very good. I would love to try this!

Julie Pia said...

These look absolutely AMAZING! I can't believe how badly I want to make them right now. Thank you sooooo very much for posting this frosting.

Katy ~ said...

Oh my gosh, those boys are HILARIOUS! and PRECOCIOUS! Who knew little boys knew about such things?!

Happy Birthday to Andrew!

And that frosting looks so good. I could see it on sugar cookies. YUM

Chef Aimee said...

I will skip the cake as amazing as it looks and just have a plate of frosting, thanks! ;)

Ingrid said...

Oh, holy cow! How old are those guys? They look youngish. LOL, I have twin 13 yr old boys, turning 14 and I've not heard chatter like that yet. LOL

Thanks for the frosting recipe. I agree it would be delish as a filling!
~ingrid

Mrs. M said...

I just found your blog today... this looks AMAZING. Everything you made looks so delicious! Can I have dinner with you???