“Be yourself, everyone else is already taken.” -Oscar Wilde
There is nothing so lovely as a day with nothing to do when you can put on your pajamas with no make-up and natural hair all day (when you are working that is . . . ) (too much of a good thing is just . . . too much!). On those lazy days and nights, my roommate and I had a wonderful recipe that we would make for ourselves. I think there are a hundred varieties of the cookie in a mug (the above picture is of my favorite Anthropologie mug:), and this is one of those normal recipes that actually still works with a flour substitute! (well, to be honest, I had to tweak the Bob’s Mill all-purpose by adding half millet flour, but with the Trader Joe’s all-purpose it works perfectly).
The recipe for a single chocolate chip cookies is:
1 tbsp. melted butter
1 tbsp. brown sugar
1 tbsp. white sugar
a pinch of salt
a drop of vanilla
1 egg yoke
1/4 cup of all-purpose GF flour (or regular)
a handful of chocolate chips, nuts or whatever you fancy!
Cook in the microwave for about 45 seconds (or about 30 if you like it gooey). Enjoy with a lovely cup of coffee and a favorite chick flick!