Lace… the word alone conjures images which get ones heart racing.
It’s possibly the most sensual of patterns. Against it willpower hardly stands a chance. There’s just something about the intertwining florets that sends the mind racing with possibilities, and a rush of moisture to ones anticipating lips.
Yes, lace invokes a sexiness like few else can.
Maybe it’s the subtle openwork pattern, which gives way to an enticing creaminess, laying untouched underneath.
Maybe it’s the way it hugs against ever abiding chocolate, leaving just enough to the imagination.
The visual is shrouded in mystery and the preparation to get you there comes with its share of surprises, but the foodgasm it ensues is well worth the patience. Even the most reserved will feel a gentle “mmm” escape their lips at the sight. And for as luscious as it is on the eyes, it’s equally satisfying to see it taken off.
- 1 cup oats
- 1 cup white sugar
- ½ teaspoon salt
- 2 tablespoon flour
- ¼ pound butter
- 1 egg slightly beaten
- ½ teaspoon orange juice
- 1 ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- Chocolate of your choosing
- Get yourself hot- preheat an oven to 350
- Tumble in the covers- mix oats, sugar, salt and flour together till 4 become 1
- Get wet- mix the liquid ingredients and add them to the dry
- Slide in- spoon the dough onto a cookie sheet covered in foil and place them in the oven for 10-15 minutes, set aside to cool
- Let it melt- place chocolate in a double boiler until a smooth consistency.
- Spoon- press two cookies together by gently spreading melted chocolate onto one side
- *Threesomes highly recommended- melt milk, white and dark chocolate to have a trio of delectable cookies.