I'm a gryphon thing.
I baked yummy lemon cookies, and some lemon-y snickerdoodles with the leftover lemon stuff :v Wasn't too bad actually
Oh gosh snickerdoodles.
As shown by the previous FAF Iron Chef, I am good at making things that look awful but taste amazing.
Yus <3mmm, delicious fecal matter-like blobs of coffee and chocolate and stuff
Oh crap, I forgot to mention to keep stirring the mixture as it boils.I tried your cookies but I burnt them and then my mom threw them away for whatever reason.
I got to taste one though, it was awful but I still liked it because you're cool.
I'd like to cook more, I'm just not sure I'd be very good at it. I know "Anyone Can Cook" and all like in Ratatouille, but nothing I try to do seriously ever turns out the way I want it to. It also doesn't help that I have a tiny ass kitchenette thing; hell, I don't even have a real refrigerator. :[
Anyone do any cooking/baking for diabetics? My dad wants something sweet. I'm going to make cinnamon scones with no sugar and see if that works. Does anyone know of any sweet treats to make for diabetics?
Pretty much nothing is sweet without sugar, be it added sugar or naturally present sugar. You'll have to use a sugar substitute like Splenda.
If you don't like the idea of artificial sweetener though, there is a completely natural sweetener called Stevia. Due to some shady backroom deal between the manufacturers of NutraSweet and the FDA, it legally can only be sold as an herbal supplement, but it's completely harmless.