my dad gave me this retarded dry cookie ingredients in a jar where you have to add wet ingedients and bake it yourself
i totally think it's not going to work
what does anon think?
>Why wouldn't it work
not mixing the butter and sugar before the eggs
not beating in the eggs
not stirring in the chocolate chips at the end
>cook for 6-8 minutes? only?
no mention of the size of ball the raw cookie should be
Why would anyone give ingredients as a gift?
That's some lazy ass shit. Might as well give you a shopping list and some money. You'll have to go to the store to get eggs anyway, so it's not like he saved you a trip.
Only the chocolate chip part is a real concern for these, but battered chocolate chips aren't a huge deal. The other stuff just makes the end product a little more aerated. It doesn't have to come out like a sponge cake.
what the fuck why don't you have eggs
why do you have to go to the store to buy eggs
it's a basic ingredient, come on now.
I always liked these sorts of gifts, even though it would be simple to assemble the ingredients myself, it's nice to not have to measure or go buy chocolate chips or whatever. It's like a little taste of home whenever you want. I'd kill for a jar like that with the ratios my grandmother used to use for cooking.
In my region , it's around 8 bucks.
I bought a big pack of cereal (grains), cane-sugar, powdered egg, and a bunch of designed glasses, with a lid.
It was a pretty cool christmas gift for friends (from 50$, I made 11 packages)