2 Ingredient Cookie Cups
This homemade cookie recipe uses two ingredients for a cookie cup recipe that is so easy to make. You can use your favorite cookie dough recipe or make it easier for yourself and use the packaged dough to make an easy treat that everyone will love. And the other ingredient is using your favorite candy for a fun surprise. In this homemade cookies recipe, they used Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, but you can also use Rolos, Hershey Kisses or Junior Mints. When you need a quick dessert recipe that is easy, fast and something everyone will love, you'll want to think about this easy cookies recipe. The recipe starts with your favorite refrigerated cookie dough. For this homemade cookie recipe, the kind used was the one that comes in squares, but you can also use the cookie dough that comes in a log. If you want to make the cookies homemade instead of semi-homemade cookies, you will want to try using this cookie recipe. And as for the candy that goes in this easy cookie recipe, you can use any cookie you like. You can make them from scratch with Rolos, Junior Mints or Hershey’s Kisses. Another idea is to use Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Miniatures because this is a recipe people love. You can also use any cookie and candy combination you want, so there are lots of variations you can try. For the full step by step tutorial for this easy cookies recipe, you will want to take a look on the Crazy for Crust recipe.
A 2011 Swedish study found that women who ate more than 45 grams of chocolate each week had a 20 percent lower risk of stroke than women who treated themselves to fewer than 9 grams of chocolate. With that said it's not good to over do it, with too many candy bars or chocolate treats. Try enjoying a plain chocolate bar or dark chocolate that doesn't have too much sugar in it for best results. Chocolate may boost heart health. Regular chocolate eaters may benefit from lower blood pressure, lower bad LDL cholesterol and a lower risk of getting heart disease. One of the reasons dark chocolate is so heart-healthy is its inflammation-fighting properties, which include reduced cardiovascular risk. Chocolate also fills you up, this is because it’s rich in fiber, and dark chocolate can help keep you full, so you’ll eat less. People who consume chocolate on a regular basis might do themselves a favor by treating themselves to a bite of chocolate. Dark chocolate does the trick much better than milk chocolate.
Another benefit of consuming chocolate can be that it helps to protect your skin. You may have heard that chocolate can cause breakouts, but dark chocolate can be good for your skin. The type of antioxidants in dark chocolate called flavonoids offer some protection from UV damage from the sun. And while that doesn't mean you can skip the sunscreen it can offer some protection. Chocolate may also help to quiet coughs. If you can't seem to stop coughing, an ingredient in chocolate called theobromine seems to help reduce the activity of the vagus nerve, the part of the brain that triggers hard-to-stop coughs. In late 2010, the BBC reported that scientists were investigating creating a drug that contains theobromine to help replace cough syrups containing codeine, which can have risky side effects.
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