Chocolate Chip Cookies–YUM!

Julia’s grandmother Amelia Livingston doesn’t need to watch cooking shows to make the yummiest chocolate chip cookies in the world, but this one is so cute she couldn’t resist.

Do you like to bake? Who taught you how? What’s your favorite?

4 Comments
  1. I don’t like to bake – BUT I LOVE to eat cookies from my Mom:))

  2. Baking is not my favorite but I know some baking. I learned it from my mother. She baked a lot. Every Saturday.
    One of my favorites is actually chocolate chip cookies. And I love Apple pie with whipped cream and poppy seed cake:)

  3. Once in a while I’m baking. I had cookingclasses in school and learned it there. And so I was baking for my familiy, I didn’t like so much sweets, when I was younger. I like cakes with fruits and in wintertime, before X-Mas the little cookies – especially the ones with dark chocolate and marmelade and tasty butter. hmmm yummiee… this video inspires me to make cookies – so sweet little girls – I love them.

  4. Great! Before Easter I didn’t eat any chocolate and jesterday I made these fabulous chocolate chips 🙂 yummieee, so good!
    And these girls are so lovely, I’d like to see more of them:-)

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