As I said in the video, this is not a “prepper” recipe per se, but I imagine if you ever had to live off your food storage you would want to change up every now and then. I found this idea in an email and it took me a lot of trial and error to get it to work, but in the end it was a nice change of pace.
The idea is to take cookie dough and place it on an upside down muffin tin so that as the dough spreads it will cover the tin and harden to make Cookie Bowls. This is great for stuffing with fruit ice cream or pudding. Sounds simple right?
In reality, it took me several tries. Do not put dough on every spot as the dough on the ends will slide off (which if you don’t have a cookie sheet underneath will catch your oven on fire). Keep the cookie dough separated by at least one muffin “hole” or it will spread out and mix into one large bumpy cookie.
Smaller is better, and you need to grease the tin as well as flatten the cookie dough on the tin to start the drooping process in a more controlled manner.
In the end, the few that turned out “right” looked really good, and tasted great with a little ice cream and chocolate sauce, but this is a project I probably will never attempt again because (to me) it was not worth the effort for the result.