Yes, you see alot of shells, which means there were lots of cookies. Trust me, I had given everyone a decent size box for their goodies, and there were left overs still.
This is her Capt'n Crunchberry. It's brilliant really, she blizzed up the cereal, and swap out some of the dry ingredient. Mix some left overs into the ganache, and viola, you have a nicely sparkled fun cookie! So cool.
You know who else like to use Capt'n Crunch? Fellow Cheftestant, Carlos Enriquez. Him and few of her fellow cast mates will be in town, April 1st, to do a Sweet and Savory dinner, a fundraiser for Lucky Dog Rescue. This is Rebecca's 5th time hosting it, even if you can't make this one, you should try to make the other upcoming ones. Subscribe to Lucky Dog for future events!
After you take a bite, you get your chewy center, and it's just a different taste than you expect. It does bring you back to your childhood with cereals.
Surprisingly, the beet and goat cheese wasn't as scary as it sound. It evens out where the goat cheese chase away the sweetness, and it also brings on a little zest to the cookies.
Invest in a digital thermometer (totally need one)