Literally called: Melting Moments, from Rooms to Inspire
3/4 cup butter
1/2 cup powdered sugar
1/2 cup cornstarch
1 tsp vanilla
1 cup flour
Cream butter, add sugar and cornstarch; mix well.
Add vanilla, mix well.
Add flour, mix well.
Shape dough into little balls and bake at 350 for about 10-12 minutes or until cookies turn barely golden.
Frost with your favorite butter cream frosting.
I cheated. I took out a can of vanilla cream cheese frosting, added about a tsp of maple flavoring and smeared it on the cookies.
They are so crazy easy to make and will very literally melt in your mouth. Don't fool with sampling the uncooked dough, you won't like it.
Watching my senior daughter participate in the closing showing of her last high school career musical.....All Shook Up.
It was one of those surreal moments. This is it.
It was easy to lose perspective for the time being. After a month of hard rehearsals, mega doses of vitamin C and medicine to help keep away sickness, no sleep, a trashed house, and 9 shows later....it hit us. 4 years of pursuing a musical theater dream was coming to a close.
And while that was sad for a moment, we also witnessed the budding interest of another future actress. It seems as though Bridger may cause me to be a Drama Mama for another 3 years as well.
Hunter and Bridger pictured kneeling in front.
One of the great pay offs for leaving behind a house in KC that hasn't sold, living in the hobbit house rental, not having friends or family nearby, sacrificing everything for a new career and a fresh start....are these melting moments.