Or, "I'll just have one cookie while they're warm--to taste. And then I'll have one when they're cool--to see what the difference is." And at the end of the day you find you've probably eaten the equivalent of a dozen cookies (at least).
With something like cake or pie, on the other hand, you commit to a piece and it's relatively easy to just have one. Apparently cookies are a hardship for me.
I know none of you will be surprised when I say that this recipe is made of delicious goodness. It's from BAKED, so what would you expect?! The cherries are almost a subtle sort of aftertaste surprise. It seems like you're eating a chocolate cookie, but then there's this wonderful other flavor and texture that appear when you least expect it.
They have a perfectly thin crispy outside and a lovely gooey chewy inside that is everything I could ever want in a cookie.
They did get a little crumbly after a day or so. But, I'm realizing that pretty much every cookie I make does that. Altitude? Most likely. I guess that means all cookies need to be eaten on the day they're baked. Apparently, not a problem in my house.