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White Chocolate Biscoff Cookies


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Ingredients

  • 1 3/4 Cup all-purpose flour
  • 2 Teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/2 Teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 Cup unsalted butter, softened
  • 1/2 Cup granulated sugar
  • 3/4 Cups light brown sugar, packed
  • 3/4 Cups cookie butter, such as Creamy Biscoff Spread
  • 1 egg
  • 1 Teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 Cup white chocolate chips or discs
  • Additional sugar, for coating

Directions

Whisk together the flour, baking powder, and salt. Set aside.

In a large bowl using a handheld mixer or stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment, cream together the butter, sugars, and cookie butter for 2 minutes until light and fluffy. Add the egg and vanilla to the mixer. Then slowly incorporate the dry ingredients. The dough will be wet. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap. Chill the dough for at least 30 minutes, up to 1 hour.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

Using a cookie scoop, form the dough into 2-tablespoon balls and flatten slightly into discs. Place a few pieces of white chocolate on top and cover with another disc of dough. Pinch the seams to seal and roll in the sugar.

Place on an ungreased cookie sheet lined with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat. Leave plenty of room for spreading. Bake for 12 to 15 minutes depending on the size of dough balls you formed.

Nutritional Facts

Servings36

Calories Per Serving126

Folate equivalent (total)19µg5%


Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies

I mentioned last week that we were going tubing over the holiday weekend but I never told you how that went.

Let&rsquos talk about tubing. Have you ever been?

I actually had not been since I was a kid at summer camp and my experience then was vastly different. As a kid we wore shorts and long sleeved shirts (to keep the tube from rubbing your arms) and plunked down in the middle of a big black inner tube. We sort of paddled our way down a small shallow tributary to a larger mountain river and it was really fun. No worries.

This past weekend we made our way to the Saluda River in Greenville, South Carolina (which by the way is a gorgeous little city &mdash I had no idea!) for our tubing adventure. In my head I had my memories as a kid and the photos online of people loafing around inner tubes with a cooler for a lazy day of water and sun. But when we got there it became clear that we were in for a whole other experience.

We got a safety lesson and some words that the river was moving kind of fast. Then they told us that we would go through one set of rapids near the end. RAPIDS?! And so I left the cooler in the car. We got our life vests on and then boarded a great big bus that drove us up the road to the drop off point. And then they literally dropped us off. They handed us the tubes and said, &ldquoRivers right down there. Have fun!&rdquo And then they drove away. I was a little more than freaked out but whatever. We navigated two kids and two giant tubes down a steep bank where surprise. There were people fishing on the bank. Awkward.

So Chad helped us all get in the tubes &ndash he took Evan and I took Andrew thinking that Andrew (who is 13 now so he&rsquos pretty big) and I would do pretty well as a team. Obviously I was not thinking all that clearly. First the river floated us towards some giant concrete pillars that were holding up some ancient railroad tracks. We used our feet to push off and managed to get ourselves into the center of the middle road.

Then we spent the next 25 minutes trying to figure out how to steer ourselves because I flat out refuse to float under low hanging trees. There are spiders in there. And the moral of the steering story is that Andrew and I kind of suck as a team. Meanwhile, Evan and Chad were just floating right along and I suspect it has something to do with the fact that Chad&rsquos giant feet are basically like paddles. Unfair advantage. Finally we got to this kind of lazy spot and we just floated along &mdash it was very great. Relaxing!!

After awhile though we heard roaring up ahead. Rapids. And I was really nervous. I tried to steer Andrew and I towards the less-scary part because I am a mom and that seemed like a good idea. Chad and Evan were ahead of us and headed for the scariest part because they are crazy. That is the only explanation. They hit the rapids first &mdash they were just ahead of us, so right as we saw them simultaneously go down and Evan fly out of the tube into the air we had a second to process with a collective OH CRAP.

Fortunately Chad was hanging on to the back of Evan&rsquos life jacket so as soon as he flew out he was jerked right back in. His face was priceless though. Priceless.

After an hour and a half of river navigation we were got to the exit point and really it was SO MUCH FUN. Total family adventure.

We got back in the car and drank cold sodas from the can and ate cookies all the way home.

And now let&rsquos talk about cookies.

I made this recipe &mdash these soft and perfect little Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies &mdash for the Leftovers Club! It&rsquos a monthly collaboration between bloggers that share the leftover goodies from our kitchens. I actually never have leftovers &mdash I have to beat these boys off the cookies with a wooden spoon &mdash but I make extraa and hide them and then participate anyway because it&rsquos fun. This month I got some really great Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies from Elizabeth at Food Ramblings . My kids were actually fighting over them. I had one and hid the other one in the back of the fridge. Ha.

Check out the rest of the awesome recipes we swapped at the end of this post, and if you&rsquod like to join just click the logo.


Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies

I mentioned last week that we were going tubing over the holiday weekend but I never told you how that went.

Let&rsquos talk about tubing. Have you ever been?

I actually had not been since I was a kid at summer camp and my experience then was vastly different. As a kid we wore shorts and long sleeved shirts (to keep the tube from rubbing your arms) and plunked down in the middle of a big black inner tube. We sort of paddled our way down a small shallow tributary to a larger mountain river and it was really fun. No worries.

This past weekend we made our way to the Saluda River in Greenville, South Carolina (which by the way is a gorgeous little city &mdash I had no idea!) for our tubing adventure. In my head I had my memories as a kid and the photos online of people loafing around inner tubes with a cooler for a lazy day of water and sun. But when we got there it became clear that we were in for a whole other experience.

We got a safety lesson and some words that the river was moving kind of fast. Then they told us that we would go through one set of rapids near the end. RAPIDS?! And so I left the cooler in the car. We got our life vests on and then boarded a great big bus that drove us up the road to the drop off point. And then they literally dropped us off. They handed us the tubes and said, &ldquoRivers right down there. Have fun!&rdquo And then they drove away. I was a little more than freaked out but whatever. We navigated two kids and two giant tubes down a steep bank where surprise. There were people fishing on the bank. Awkward.

So Chad helped us all get in the tubes &ndash he took Evan and I took Andrew thinking that Andrew (who is 13 now so he&rsquos pretty big) and I would do pretty well as a team. Obviously I was not thinking all that clearly. First the river floated us towards some giant concrete pillars that were holding up some ancient railroad tracks. We used our feet to push off and managed to get ourselves into the center of the middle road.

Then we spent the next 25 minutes trying to figure out how to steer ourselves because I flat out refuse to float under low hanging trees. There are spiders in there. And the moral of the steering story is that Andrew and I kind of suck as a team. Meanwhile, Evan and Chad were just floating right along and I suspect it has something to do with the fact that Chad&rsquos giant feet are basically like paddles. Unfair advantage. Finally we got to this kind of lazy spot and we just floated along &mdash it was very great. Relaxing!!

After awhile though we heard roaring up ahead. Rapids. And I was really nervous. I tried to steer Andrew and I towards the less-scary part because I am a mom and that seemed like a good idea. Chad and Evan were ahead of us and headed for the scariest part because they are crazy. That is the only explanation. They hit the rapids first &mdash they were just ahead of us, so right as we saw them simultaneously go down and Evan fly out of the tube into the air we had a second to process with a collective OH CRAP.

Fortunately Chad was hanging on to the back of Evan&rsquos life jacket so as soon as he flew out he was jerked right back in. His face was priceless though. Priceless.

After an hour and a half of river navigation we were got to the exit point and really it was SO MUCH FUN. Total family adventure.

We got back in the car and drank cold sodas from the can and ate cookies all the way home.

And now let&rsquos talk about cookies.

I made this recipe &mdash these soft and perfect little Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies &mdash for the Leftovers Club! It&rsquos a monthly collaboration between bloggers that share the leftover goodies from our kitchens. I actually never have leftovers &mdash I have to beat these boys off the cookies with a wooden spoon &mdash but I make extraa and hide them and then participate anyway because it&rsquos fun. This month I got some really great Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies from Elizabeth at Food Ramblings . My kids were actually fighting over them. I had one and hid the other one in the back of the fridge. Ha.

Check out the rest of the awesome recipes we swapped at the end of this post, and if you&rsquod like to join just click the logo.


Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies

I mentioned last week that we were going tubing over the holiday weekend but I never told you how that went.

Let&rsquos talk about tubing. Have you ever been?

I actually had not been since I was a kid at summer camp and my experience then was vastly different. As a kid we wore shorts and long sleeved shirts (to keep the tube from rubbing your arms) and plunked down in the middle of a big black inner tube. We sort of paddled our way down a small shallow tributary to a larger mountain river and it was really fun. No worries.

This past weekend we made our way to the Saluda River in Greenville, South Carolina (which by the way is a gorgeous little city &mdash I had no idea!) for our tubing adventure. In my head I had my memories as a kid and the photos online of people loafing around inner tubes with a cooler for a lazy day of water and sun. But when we got there it became clear that we were in for a whole other experience.

We got a safety lesson and some words that the river was moving kind of fast. Then they told us that we would go through one set of rapids near the end. RAPIDS?! And so I left the cooler in the car. We got our life vests on and then boarded a great big bus that drove us up the road to the drop off point. And then they literally dropped us off. They handed us the tubes and said, &ldquoRivers right down there. Have fun!&rdquo And then they drove away. I was a little more than freaked out but whatever. We navigated two kids and two giant tubes down a steep bank where surprise. There were people fishing on the bank. Awkward.

So Chad helped us all get in the tubes &ndash he took Evan and I took Andrew thinking that Andrew (who is 13 now so he&rsquos pretty big) and I would do pretty well as a team. Obviously I was not thinking all that clearly. First the river floated us towards some giant concrete pillars that were holding up some ancient railroad tracks. We used our feet to push off and managed to get ourselves into the center of the middle road.

Then we spent the next 25 minutes trying to figure out how to steer ourselves because I flat out refuse to float under low hanging trees. There are spiders in there. And the moral of the steering story is that Andrew and I kind of suck as a team. Meanwhile, Evan and Chad were just floating right along and I suspect it has something to do with the fact that Chad&rsquos giant feet are basically like paddles. Unfair advantage. Finally we got to this kind of lazy spot and we just floated along &mdash it was very great. Relaxing!!

After awhile though we heard roaring up ahead. Rapids. And I was really nervous. I tried to steer Andrew and I towards the less-scary part because I am a mom and that seemed like a good idea. Chad and Evan were ahead of us and headed for the scariest part because they are crazy. That is the only explanation. They hit the rapids first &mdash they were just ahead of us, so right as we saw them simultaneously go down and Evan fly out of the tube into the air we had a second to process with a collective OH CRAP.

Fortunately Chad was hanging on to the back of Evan&rsquos life jacket so as soon as he flew out he was jerked right back in. His face was priceless though. Priceless.

After an hour and a half of river navigation we were got to the exit point and really it was SO MUCH FUN. Total family adventure.

We got back in the car and drank cold sodas from the can and ate cookies all the way home.

And now let&rsquos talk about cookies.

I made this recipe &mdash these soft and perfect little Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies &mdash for the Leftovers Club! It&rsquos a monthly collaboration between bloggers that share the leftover goodies from our kitchens. I actually never have leftovers &mdash I have to beat these boys off the cookies with a wooden spoon &mdash but I make extraa and hide them and then participate anyway because it&rsquos fun. This month I got some really great Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies from Elizabeth at Food Ramblings . My kids were actually fighting over them. I had one and hid the other one in the back of the fridge. Ha.

Check out the rest of the awesome recipes we swapped at the end of this post, and if you&rsquod like to join just click the logo.


Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies

I mentioned last week that we were going tubing over the holiday weekend but I never told you how that went.

Let&rsquos talk about tubing. Have you ever been?

I actually had not been since I was a kid at summer camp and my experience then was vastly different. As a kid we wore shorts and long sleeved shirts (to keep the tube from rubbing your arms) and plunked down in the middle of a big black inner tube. We sort of paddled our way down a small shallow tributary to a larger mountain river and it was really fun. No worries.

This past weekend we made our way to the Saluda River in Greenville, South Carolina (which by the way is a gorgeous little city &mdash I had no idea!) for our tubing adventure. In my head I had my memories as a kid and the photos online of people loafing around inner tubes with a cooler for a lazy day of water and sun. But when we got there it became clear that we were in for a whole other experience.

We got a safety lesson and some words that the river was moving kind of fast. Then they told us that we would go through one set of rapids near the end. RAPIDS?! And so I left the cooler in the car. We got our life vests on and then boarded a great big bus that drove us up the road to the drop off point. And then they literally dropped us off. They handed us the tubes and said, &ldquoRivers right down there. Have fun!&rdquo And then they drove away. I was a little more than freaked out but whatever. We navigated two kids and two giant tubes down a steep bank where surprise. There were people fishing on the bank. Awkward.

So Chad helped us all get in the tubes &ndash he took Evan and I took Andrew thinking that Andrew (who is 13 now so he&rsquos pretty big) and I would do pretty well as a team. Obviously I was not thinking all that clearly. First the river floated us towards some giant concrete pillars that were holding up some ancient railroad tracks. We used our feet to push off and managed to get ourselves into the center of the middle road.

Then we spent the next 25 minutes trying to figure out how to steer ourselves because I flat out refuse to float under low hanging trees. There are spiders in there. And the moral of the steering story is that Andrew and I kind of suck as a team. Meanwhile, Evan and Chad were just floating right along and I suspect it has something to do with the fact that Chad&rsquos giant feet are basically like paddles. Unfair advantage. Finally we got to this kind of lazy spot and we just floated along &mdash it was very great. Relaxing!!

After awhile though we heard roaring up ahead. Rapids. And I was really nervous. I tried to steer Andrew and I towards the less-scary part because I am a mom and that seemed like a good idea. Chad and Evan were ahead of us and headed for the scariest part because they are crazy. That is the only explanation. They hit the rapids first &mdash they were just ahead of us, so right as we saw them simultaneously go down and Evan fly out of the tube into the air we had a second to process with a collective OH CRAP.

Fortunately Chad was hanging on to the back of Evan&rsquos life jacket so as soon as he flew out he was jerked right back in. His face was priceless though. Priceless.

After an hour and a half of river navigation we were got to the exit point and really it was SO MUCH FUN. Total family adventure.

We got back in the car and drank cold sodas from the can and ate cookies all the way home.

And now let&rsquos talk about cookies.

I made this recipe &mdash these soft and perfect little Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies &mdash for the Leftovers Club! It&rsquos a monthly collaboration between bloggers that share the leftover goodies from our kitchens. I actually never have leftovers &mdash I have to beat these boys off the cookies with a wooden spoon &mdash but I make extraa and hide them and then participate anyway because it&rsquos fun. This month I got some really great Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies from Elizabeth at Food Ramblings . My kids were actually fighting over them. I had one and hid the other one in the back of the fridge. Ha.

Check out the rest of the awesome recipes we swapped at the end of this post, and if you&rsquod like to join just click the logo.


Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies

I mentioned last week that we were going tubing over the holiday weekend but I never told you how that went.

Let&rsquos talk about tubing. Have you ever been?

I actually had not been since I was a kid at summer camp and my experience then was vastly different. As a kid we wore shorts and long sleeved shirts (to keep the tube from rubbing your arms) and plunked down in the middle of a big black inner tube. We sort of paddled our way down a small shallow tributary to a larger mountain river and it was really fun. No worries.

This past weekend we made our way to the Saluda River in Greenville, South Carolina (which by the way is a gorgeous little city &mdash I had no idea!) for our tubing adventure. In my head I had my memories as a kid and the photos online of people loafing around inner tubes with a cooler for a lazy day of water and sun. But when we got there it became clear that we were in for a whole other experience.

We got a safety lesson and some words that the river was moving kind of fast. Then they told us that we would go through one set of rapids near the end. RAPIDS?! And so I left the cooler in the car. We got our life vests on and then boarded a great big bus that drove us up the road to the drop off point. And then they literally dropped us off. They handed us the tubes and said, &ldquoRivers right down there. Have fun!&rdquo And then they drove away. I was a little more than freaked out but whatever. We navigated two kids and two giant tubes down a steep bank where surprise. There were people fishing on the bank. Awkward.

So Chad helped us all get in the tubes &ndash he took Evan and I took Andrew thinking that Andrew (who is 13 now so he&rsquos pretty big) and I would do pretty well as a team. Obviously I was not thinking all that clearly. First the river floated us towards some giant concrete pillars that were holding up some ancient railroad tracks. We used our feet to push off and managed to get ourselves into the center of the middle road.

Then we spent the next 25 minutes trying to figure out how to steer ourselves because I flat out refuse to float under low hanging trees. There are spiders in there. And the moral of the steering story is that Andrew and I kind of suck as a team. Meanwhile, Evan and Chad were just floating right along and I suspect it has something to do with the fact that Chad&rsquos giant feet are basically like paddles. Unfair advantage. Finally we got to this kind of lazy spot and we just floated along &mdash it was very great. Relaxing!!

After awhile though we heard roaring up ahead. Rapids. And I was really nervous. I tried to steer Andrew and I towards the less-scary part because I am a mom and that seemed like a good idea. Chad and Evan were ahead of us and headed for the scariest part because they are crazy. That is the only explanation. They hit the rapids first &mdash they were just ahead of us, so right as we saw them simultaneously go down and Evan fly out of the tube into the air we had a second to process with a collective OH CRAP.

Fortunately Chad was hanging on to the back of Evan&rsquos life jacket so as soon as he flew out he was jerked right back in. His face was priceless though. Priceless.

After an hour and a half of river navigation we were got to the exit point and really it was SO MUCH FUN. Total family adventure.

We got back in the car and drank cold sodas from the can and ate cookies all the way home.

And now let&rsquos talk about cookies.

I made this recipe &mdash these soft and perfect little Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies &mdash for the Leftovers Club! It&rsquos a monthly collaboration between bloggers that share the leftover goodies from our kitchens. I actually never have leftovers &mdash I have to beat these boys off the cookies with a wooden spoon &mdash but I make extraa and hide them and then participate anyway because it&rsquos fun. This month I got some really great Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies from Elizabeth at Food Ramblings . My kids were actually fighting over them. I had one and hid the other one in the back of the fridge. Ha.

Check out the rest of the awesome recipes we swapped at the end of this post, and if you&rsquod like to join just click the logo.


Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies

I mentioned last week that we were going tubing over the holiday weekend but I never told you how that went.

Let&rsquos talk about tubing. Have you ever been?

I actually had not been since I was a kid at summer camp and my experience then was vastly different. As a kid we wore shorts and long sleeved shirts (to keep the tube from rubbing your arms) and plunked down in the middle of a big black inner tube. We sort of paddled our way down a small shallow tributary to a larger mountain river and it was really fun. No worries.

This past weekend we made our way to the Saluda River in Greenville, South Carolina (which by the way is a gorgeous little city &mdash I had no idea!) for our tubing adventure. In my head I had my memories as a kid and the photos online of people loafing around inner tubes with a cooler for a lazy day of water and sun. But when we got there it became clear that we were in for a whole other experience.

We got a safety lesson and some words that the river was moving kind of fast. Then they told us that we would go through one set of rapids near the end. RAPIDS?! And so I left the cooler in the car. We got our life vests on and then boarded a great big bus that drove us up the road to the drop off point. And then they literally dropped us off. They handed us the tubes and said, &ldquoRivers right down there. Have fun!&rdquo And then they drove away. I was a little more than freaked out but whatever. We navigated two kids and two giant tubes down a steep bank where surprise. There were people fishing on the bank. Awkward.

So Chad helped us all get in the tubes &ndash he took Evan and I took Andrew thinking that Andrew (who is 13 now so he&rsquos pretty big) and I would do pretty well as a team. Obviously I was not thinking all that clearly. First the river floated us towards some giant concrete pillars that were holding up some ancient railroad tracks. We used our feet to push off and managed to get ourselves into the center of the middle road.

Then we spent the next 25 minutes trying to figure out how to steer ourselves because I flat out refuse to float under low hanging trees. There are spiders in there. And the moral of the steering story is that Andrew and I kind of suck as a team. Meanwhile, Evan and Chad were just floating right along and I suspect it has something to do with the fact that Chad&rsquos giant feet are basically like paddles. Unfair advantage. Finally we got to this kind of lazy spot and we just floated along &mdash it was very great. Relaxing!!

After awhile though we heard roaring up ahead. Rapids. And I was really nervous. I tried to steer Andrew and I towards the less-scary part because I am a mom and that seemed like a good idea. Chad and Evan were ahead of us and headed for the scariest part because they are crazy. That is the only explanation. They hit the rapids first &mdash they were just ahead of us, so right as we saw them simultaneously go down and Evan fly out of the tube into the air we had a second to process with a collective OH CRAP.

Fortunately Chad was hanging on to the back of Evan&rsquos life jacket so as soon as he flew out he was jerked right back in. His face was priceless though. Priceless.

After an hour and a half of river navigation we were got to the exit point and really it was SO MUCH FUN. Total family adventure.

We got back in the car and drank cold sodas from the can and ate cookies all the way home.

And now let&rsquos talk about cookies.

I made this recipe &mdash these soft and perfect little Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies &mdash for the Leftovers Club! It&rsquos a monthly collaboration between bloggers that share the leftover goodies from our kitchens. I actually never have leftovers &mdash I have to beat these boys off the cookies with a wooden spoon &mdash but I make extraa and hide them and then participate anyway because it&rsquos fun. This month I got some really great Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies from Elizabeth at Food Ramblings . My kids were actually fighting over them. I had one and hid the other one in the back of the fridge. Ha.

Check out the rest of the awesome recipes we swapped at the end of this post, and if you&rsquod like to join just click the logo.


Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies

I mentioned last week that we were going tubing over the holiday weekend but I never told you how that went.

Let&rsquos talk about tubing. Have you ever been?

I actually had not been since I was a kid at summer camp and my experience then was vastly different. As a kid we wore shorts and long sleeved shirts (to keep the tube from rubbing your arms) and plunked down in the middle of a big black inner tube. We sort of paddled our way down a small shallow tributary to a larger mountain river and it was really fun. No worries.

This past weekend we made our way to the Saluda River in Greenville, South Carolina (which by the way is a gorgeous little city &mdash I had no idea!) for our tubing adventure. In my head I had my memories as a kid and the photos online of people loafing around inner tubes with a cooler for a lazy day of water and sun. But when we got there it became clear that we were in for a whole other experience.

We got a safety lesson and some words that the river was moving kind of fast. Then they told us that we would go through one set of rapids near the end. RAPIDS?! And so I left the cooler in the car. We got our life vests on and then boarded a great big bus that drove us up the road to the drop off point. And then they literally dropped us off. They handed us the tubes and said, &ldquoRivers right down there. Have fun!&rdquo And then they drove away. I was a little more than freaked out but whatever. We navigated two kids and two giant tubes down a steep bank where surprise. There were people fishing on the bank. Awkward.

So Chad helped us all get in the tubes &ndash he took Evan and I took Andrew thinking that Andrew (who is 13 now so he&rsquos pretty big) and I would do pretty well as a team. Obviously I was not thinking all that clearly. First the river floated us towards some giant concrete pillars that were holding up some ancient railroad tracks. We used our feet to push off and managed to get ourselves into the center of the middle road.

Then we spent the next 25 minutes trying to figure out how to steer ourselves because I flat out refuse to float under low hanging trees. There are spiders in there. And the moral of the steering story is that Andrew and I kind of suck as a team. Meanwhile, Evan and Chad were just floating right along and I suspect it has something to do with the fact that Chad&rsquos giant feet are basically like paddles. Unfair advantage. Finally we got to this kind of lazy spot and we just floated along &mdash it was very great. Relaxing!!

After awhile though we heard roaring up ahead. Rapids. And I was really nervous. I tried to steer Andrew and I towards the less-scary part because I am a mom and that seemed like a good idea. Chad and Evan were ahead of us and headed for the scariest part because they are crazy. That is the only explanation. They hit the rapids first &mdash they were just ahead of us, so right as we saw them simultaneously go down and Evan fly out of the tube into the air we had a second to process with a collective OH CRAP.

Fortunately Chad was hanging on to the back of Evan&rsquos life jacket so as soon as he flew out he was jerked right back in. His face was priceless though. Priceless.

After an hour and a half of river navigation we were got to the exit point and really it was SO MUCH FUN. Total family adventure.

We got back in the car and drank cold sodas from the can and ate cookies all the way home.

And now let&rsquos talk about cookies.

I made this recipe &mdash these soft and perfect little Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies &mdash for the Leftovers Club! It&rsquos a monthly collaboration between bloggers that share the leftover goodies from our kitchens. I actually never have leftovers &mdash I have to beat these boys off the cookies with a wooden spoon &mdash but I make extraa and hide them and then participate anyway because it&rsquos fun. This month I got some really great Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies from Elizabeth at Food Ramblings . My kids were actually fighting over them. I had one and hid the other one in the back of the fridge. Ha.

Check out the rest of the awesome recipes we swapped at the end of this post, and if you&rsquod like to join just click the logo.


Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies

I mentioned last week that we were going tubing over the holiday weekend but I never told you how that went.

Let&rsquos talk about tubing. Have you ever been?

I actually had not been since I was a kid at summer camp and my experience then was vastly different. As a kid we wore shorts and long sleeved shirts (to keep the tube from rubbing your arms) and plunked down in the middle of a big black inner tube. We sort of paddled our way down a small shallow tributary to a larger mountain river and it was really fun. No worries.

This past weekend we made our way to the Saluda River in Greenville, South Carolina (which by the way is a gorgeous little city &mdash I had no idea!) for our tubing adventure. In my head I had my memories as a kid and the photos online of people loafing around inner tubes with a cooler for a lazy day of water and sun. But when we got there it became clear that we were in for a whole other experience.

We got a safety lesson and some words that the river was moving kind of fast. Then they told us that we would go through one set of rapids near the end. RAPIDS?! And so I left the cooler in the car. We got our life vests on and then boarded a great big bus that drove us up the road to the drop off point. And then they literally dropped us off. They handed us the tubes and said, &ldquoRivers right down there. Have fun!&rdquo And then they drove away. I was a little more than freaked out but whatever. We navigated two kids and two giant tubes down a steep bank where surprise. There were people fishing on the bank. Awkward.

So Chad helped us all get in the tubes &ndash he took Evan and I took Andrew thinking that Andrew (who is 13 now so he&rsquos pretty big) and I would do pretty well as a team. Obviously I was not thinking all that clearly. First the river floated us towards some giant concrete pillars that were holding up some ancient railroad tracks. We used our feet to push off and managed to get ourselves into the center of the middle road.

Then we spent the next 25 minutes trying to figure out how to steer ourselves because I flat out refuse to float under low hanging trees. There are spiders in there. And the moral of the steering story is that Andrew and I kind of suck as a team. Meanwhile, Evan and Chad were just floating right along and I suspect it has something to do with the fact that Chad&rsquos giant feet are basically like paddles. Unfair advantage. Finally we got to this kind of lazy spot and we just floated along &mdash it was very great. Relaxing!!

After awhile though we heard roaring up ahead. Rapids. And I was really nervous. I tried to steer Andrew and I towards the less-scary part because I am a mom and that seemed like a good idea. Chad and Evan were ahead of us and headed for the scariest part because they are crazy. That is the only explanation. They hit the rapids first &mdash they were just ahead of us, so right as we saw them simultaneously go down and Evan fly out of the tube into the air we had a second to process with a collective OH CRAP.

Fortunately Chad was hanging on to the back of Evan&rsquos life jacket so as soon as he flew out he was jerked right back in. His face was priceless though. Priceless.

After an hour and a half of river navigation we were got to the exit point and really it was SO MUCH FUN. Total family adventure.

We got back in the car and drank cold sodas from the can and ate cookies all the way home.

And now let&rsquos talk about cookies.

I made this recipe &mdash these soft and perfect little Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies &mdash for the Leftovers Club! It&rsquos a monthly collaboration between bloggers that share the leftover goodies from our kitchens. I actually never have leftovers &mdash I have to beat these boys off the cookies with a wooden spoon &mdash but I make extraa and hide them and then participate anyway because it&rsquos fun. This month I got some really great Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies from Elizabeth at Food Ramblings . My kids were actually fighting over them. I had one and hid the other one in the back of the fridge. Ha.

Check out the rest of the awesome recipes we swapped at the end of this post, and if you&rsquod like to join just click the logo.


Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies

I mentioned last week that we were going tubing over the holiday weekend but I never told you how that went.

Let&rsquos talk about tubing. Have you ever been?

I actually had not been since I was a kid at summer camp and my experience then was vastly different. As a kid we wore shorts and long sleeved shirts (to keep the tube from rubbing your arms) and plunked down in the middle of a big black inner tube. We sort of paddled our way down a small shallow tributary to a larger mountain river and it was really fun. No worries.

This past weekend we made our way to the Saluda River in Greenville, South Carolina (which by the way is a gorgeous little city &mdash I had no idea!) for our tubing adventure. In my head I had my memories as a kid and the photos online of people loafing around inner tubes with a cooler for a lazy day of water and sun. But when we got there it became clear that we were in for a whole other experience.

We got a safety lesson and some words that the river was moving kind of fast. Then they told us that we would go through one set of rapids near the end. RAPIDS?! And so I left the cooler in the car. We got our life vests on and then boarded a great big bus that drove us up the road to the drop off point. And then they literally dropped us off. They handed us the tubes and said, &ldquoRivers right down there. Have fun!&rdquo And then they drove away. I was a little more than freaked out but whatever. We navigated two kids and two giant tubes down a steep bank where surprise. There were people fishing on the bank. Awkward.

So Chad helped us all get in the tubes &ndash he took Evan and I took Andrew thinking that Andrew (who is 13 now so he&rsquos pretty big) and I would do pretty well as a team. Obviously I was not thinking all that clearly. First the river floated us towards some giant concrete pillars that were holding up some ancient railroad tracks. We used our feet to push off and managed to get ourselves into the center of the middle road.

Then we spent the next 25 minutes trying to figure out how to steer ourselves because I flat out refuse to float under low hanging trees. There are spiders in there. And the moral of the steering story is that Andrew and I kind of suck as a team. Meanwhile, Evan and Chad were just floating right along and I suspect it has something to do with the fact that Chad&rsquos giant feet are basically like paddles. Unfair advantage. Finally we got to this kind of lazy spot and we just floated along &mdash it was very great. Relaxing!!

After awhile though we heard roaring up ahead. Rapids. And I was really nervous. I tried to steer Andrew and I towards the less-scary part because I am a mom and that seemed like a good idea. Chad and Evan were ahead of us and headed for the scariest part because they are crazy. That is the only explanation. They hit the rapids first &mdash they were just ahead of us, so right as we saw them simultaneously go down and Evan fly out of the tube into the air we had a second to process with a collective OH CRAP.

Fortunately Chad was hanging on to the back of Evan&rsquos life jacket so as soon as he flew out he was jerked right back in. His face was priceless though. Priceless.

After an hour and a half of river navigation we were got to the exit point and really it was SO MUCH FUN. Total family adventure.

We got back in the car and drank cold sodas from the can and ate cookies all the way home.

And now let&rsquos talk about cookies.

I made this recipe &mdash these soft and perfect little Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies &mdash for the Leftovers Club! It&rsquos a monthly collaboration between bloggers that share the leftover goodies from our kitchens. I actually never have leftovers &mdash I have to beat these boys off the cookies with a wooden spoon &mdash but I make extraa and hide them and then participate anyway because it&rsquos fun. This month I got some really great Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies from Elizabeth at Food Ramblings . My kids were actually fighting over them. I had one and hid the other one in the back of the fridge. Ha.

Check out the rest of the awesome recipes we swapped at the end of this post, and if you&rsquod like to join just click the logo.


Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies

I mentioned last week that we were going tubing over the holiday weekend but I never told you how that went.

Let&rsquos talk about tubing. Have you ever been?

I actually had not been since I was a kid at summer camp and my experience then was vastly different. As a kid we wore shorts and long sleeved shirts (to keep the tube from rubbing your arms) and plunked down in the middle of a big black inner tube. We sort of paddled our way down a small shallow tributary to a larger mountain river and it was really fun. No worries.

This past weekend we made our way to the Saluda River in Greenville, South Carolina (which by the way is a gorgeous little city &mdash I had no idea!) for our tubing adventure. In my head I had my memories as a kid and the photos online of people loafing around inner tubes with a cooler for a lazy day of water and sun. But when we got there it became clear that we were in for a whole other experience.

We got a safety lesson and some words that the river was moving kind of fast. Then they told us that we would go through one set of rapids near the end. RAPIDS?! And so I left the cooler in the car. We got our life vests on and then boarded a great big bus that drove us up the road to the drop off point. And then they literally dropped us off. They handed us the tubes and said, &ldquoRivers right down there. Have fun!&rdquo And then they drove away. I was a little more than freaked out but whatever. We navigated two kids and two giant tubes down a steep bank where surprise. There were people fishing on the bank. Awkward.

So Chad helped us all get in the tubes &ndash he took Evan and I took Andrew thinking that Andrew (who is 13 now so he&rsquos pretty big) and I would do pretty well as a team. Obviously I was not thinking all that clearly. First the river floated us towards some giant concrete pillars that were holding up some ancient railroad tracks. We used our feet to push off and managed to get ourselves into the center of the middle road.

Then we spent the next 25 minutes trying to figure out how to steer ourselves because I flat out refuse to float under low hanging trees. There are spiders in there. And the moral of the steering story is that Andrew and I kind of suck as a team. Meanwhile, Evan and Chad were just floating right along and I suspect it has something to do with the fact that Chad&rsquos giant feet are basically like paddles. Unfair advantage. Finally we got to this kind of lazy spot and we just floated along &mdash it was very great. Relaxing!!

After awhile though we heard roaring up ahead. Rapids. And I was really nervous. I tried to steer Andrew and I towards the less-scary part because I am a mom and that seemed like a good idea. Chad and Evan were ahead of us and headed for the scariest part because they are crazy. That is the only explanation. They hit the rapids first &mdash they were just ahead of us, so right as we saw them simultaneously go down and Evan fly out of the tube into the air we had a second to process with a collective OH CRAP.

Fortunately Chad was hanging on to the back of Evan&rsquos life jacket so as soon as he flew out he was jerked right back in. His face was priceless though. Priceless.

After an hour and a half of river navigation we were got to the exit point and really it was SO MUCH FUN. Total family adventure.

We got back in the car and drank cold sodas from the can and ate cookies all the way home.

And now let&rsquos talk about cookies.

I made this recipe &mdash these soft and perfect little Biscoff White Chocolate Chip Cookies &mdash for the Leftovers Club! It&rsquos a monthly collaboration between bloggers that share the leftover goodies from our kitchens. I actually never have leftovers &mdash I have to beat these boys off the cookies with a wooden spoon &mdash but I make extraa and hide them and then participate anyway because it&rsquos fun. This month I got some really great Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies from Elizabeth at Food Ramblings . My kids were actually fighting over them. I had one and hid the other one in the back of the fridge. Ha.

Check out the rest of the awesome recipes we swapped at the end of this post, and if you&rsquod like to join just click the logo.


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