You only get one chance each year to pickup authentic chocolate chip cookies from Sweet Martha's Cookie Jar. That said, eating an entire bucket isn't always our most favorite thing in the world. (Secretly it is, and I don't know about you, but I always feel like crap after scarfing down an entire bucket of cookies all by myself.)
There are other things you can do with these cookies. The biggest thing here is having enough self control to bag some of them up and freeze them for a later time.
Here are six ways I could think of to use those leftovers from Sweet Martha's Cookie Jar at the Minnesota State Fair to mix things up a little bit.
1. Make ice cream sandwiches. Obviously, I was not the first to come up with this genius idea. But feel free to take it and run with it to your belly's content.
2. Use them to make your wedding cake. Or, wedding cupcakes...because Sweet Martha's cookies are much tinier than these. Still amazing.
3. Use them as a topping on some other kind of cake, because chocolate chip cookies are meant to be enjoyed with even more forms of sugary goodness.
4. Mix them in with ice cream. (And don't share.)
5. A hot fudge sundae works, too. I see a pattern here...
6. Make milk & cookies candles. Your family will love this homemade Christmas gift, and you'll look super crafty!