Sugar Cookies that are half the work, with an addition of our favorite Biscoff Spread and Toasted Coconut! These bars do not disappoint!
Sorry for the white noise around here lately. The movers delivered all of our household goods on Saturday, and let’s just say, we have a shizzzz ton of crap. Every time we open a new box, it’s like wahhhh….! I have the biggest walk in closet ever and its almost full to the brim. It’s completely ridiculous. But I also kind of love it.
My husband keeps looking around saying I don’t need to buy anything for a looooong time. Meanwhile I’m looking around and making mental lists of all the things that we need. We’re a great team.
Oh! I got a new dryer. You know that you’ve definitely hit complete adult status when you get excited about such things. Like a new washer and dryer. I feel mature. I’m not though. Don’t let anything fool you.
Oh, oh! Booze for breakky. Not just mimosas either, those are fab. But let’s get serious. Greyhounds friends. They’re my favorite. I’m addicted to Grapefruit all the way around, but include a litle liquor, and I’m a much more efficient un-packer. My husband knows this. He takes advantage of this. Shame on him. Not.
One of the best parts of full on adult status though, and this runs through my mind all the time…cookies for breakfast, or lunch, or dinner, OR all three. (Though I suppose you could just move out of your parents house at any age and enjoy this gloriousness. Besides the point.) Cookies for life.
I made these Biscoff Sugar Cookie Bars. Obviously. I spread a creamy mix of Mascarpone and Biscoff on them, (double the biscoff!) and sprinkled toasted coconut on top. Holy cow. Such perfection. Soft, chewy sugar cookies, with a biscoff flavor, a little crunch from the toasted coconut. Not to sweet. These disappear fast. And they’re SO GREAT.