It's 9 am. I've been up since 4 am.
I drove my daughter down to the LA airport so she can fly to Rochester, New York, for a visit with her NY friends. No taste tester for two weeks. I have the house and food all to myself with no schedule of any kind. Yay! I plan to just work and bake, maybe pull a weed or two, clean up the house, fit in some quilting, and wait for a new grandbaby to arrive.
Yesterday, I squeezed in these most delicious dulce de leche sandwich cookies.
I'm glad I only made half a batch, because they are Addictive. And, actually, half a batch gave me over 30 sandwiches.
We especially like the cookies that were a little more browned around the edges. The filling tasted that much better in contrast.
This week's choice, Dulce de Leche Duos, was made by Jodie of Beansy Loves Cake. I do believe my quilt group will love these cookies, especially the few who don't care for chocolate, so the next time it's my turn to bring dessert, I will be baking these again.
For the recipe, head over to Jodie's blog; for other opinions, check out the Tuesdays with Dorie site.