11 responses to “Bonbons in a Blizzard”

  1. Deborah

    You make me want to hit Franny's again. We haven't actually been there since we started having kids… and we live two blocks away! Good luck avoiding the bonbons…

  2. growfamilygrow

    HOw the hell am I ever supposed to demonstrate restraint if you keep tempting me like this. Where are the WW points?

  3. debbie koenig

    Wow, GFG, the things I do for my readers… They're three points each, assuming you get 55 as I did. I really didn't want to know that.

    I'm adding it to the recipe. I hope you're happy 😉

  4. Anne

    Um. I have cookie dough in the freezer. It never occurred to me to eat it unbaked. Why did I read this post??

  5. debbie koenig

    They don't have chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream in Sweden? Sorry, Anne. Also, bwahahaha! My evil plan for world chocolate chip cookie domination is coming to fruition!

  6. Marilyn

    HFS!! We don't have blizzards in Texas but I can attest that these bonbons don't last in our 65 degree holiday weather either. Thanks for the recipe!

  7. Vera Marie Badertscher

    I am hopeless in the face of cookie dough. My only protection is not making it. But darn, your post is so appealing….

  8. sarah henry

    I can think of worst ways to get through a blizzard — like having no bonbons on board.

  9. debbie koenig

    65 degrees at Christmastime would feel so strange to me, Marilyn! Hope you like the bonbons.

    Vera, don't even attempt this recipe. If you're powerless in the face of cookie dough, this one'll reduce you to a puddle of chocolate-smeared goo.

    And Sarah, yes, the blizzard would've been a thousand times more dreadful without bonbons. Thank goodness we had them.

  10. Rebecca

    That's just plain evil. What have you done?

    *sneaks off to kitchen to make cookie dough.

  11. Jane Boursaw

    This recipe has everything I love in the world of food.

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