Happy Cookies

One of my favourite pastimes that never fails to get me out of downwards spiralling mood or gives me a spark of energy is cooking – baking even more so, especially sweet things. I’d do that even more often, if I wouldn’t also eat most of what I make and my antidepressants had me gain some weight already.

Luckily I live together with five happy test subjects who, so far, highly recommended most of my creations.

In fact, they liked a few things so much that they asked if I don’t want to publish my recipes somewhere. I resisted the idea for a while because a recipe blog seems awfully time-consuming and there are so many nice ones out there already. But I want to keep note of the things I make anyway, so why not online.

So, I proudly present Toffee Faye’s Happy Cookies – Keeping the Darkness away one cookie a Time –

There’s only one recipe there for now… It’s not cookies, though. I guess I should make cookies next.

Hop over to pay it a visit and maybe follow, if you like, to get some updates for new recipes if you can make use of some darkness-awaykeeping yourself.



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I am a psychology student from Germany with diagnosed asperger's syndrome. I love painting & drawing, cats, good smells, things that have interesting surface textures, music and sweets; additionally, I like making macarons, reading, (macro) photography and neurosciences. I found a few quotes which I either like very much or which I think reflect something of my character: /// I understand the concept of humour. It may not be apparent, but I am often amused by human behaviour. - Seven of Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, 4.5 /// I have never understood why it should be necessary to become irrational in order to prove that you care, or indeed why it should be necessary to prove it at all. - Avon Kerr, Blake's Seven /// Science is a differential equation. Religion is a boundary condition. - Alan Turing, Letter to Robin Gandy, 1954 /// We can only see a short distance ahead, but we can see plenty there that needs to be done. - Alan Turing, Computing Machinery and Intelligence, 1950 /// Null magnum ingenium sine mixtura dementiae. - Seneca /// It's human nature to stretch, to go, to see, to understand. Exploration is not a choice, really; it's an imperative. - Michael Collins /// We're still fighting the battles of tomorrow with the weapons of yesterday. - Mahbub ul Haq, Human Development Index

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