At least one Thursday every month, my friends in the AP Calculus AB class like to have a small potluck snacking party during class. It's just really nice to have some food at the end of the day while you're doing math. Tonight, I had some free time so I decided to make these peanut butter cookies with ingredients I already had in my house.
I doubled the measurements from the ingredients listed down below to make a batch of 18 cookies.
1 cup of Sugar
1 cup of creamy Peanut Butter
1 Tsp Vanilla Extract (optional)
Chocolate Chips (optional)
1 Tsp Coconut Oil (optional)
Here's what to do:
Start by preheating your oven to 350°F
Space the dough out evenly on non-stick baking sheets. Use a fork to flatten to your desired thickness.
Place all the cookies in the oven to bake for around 12 minutes
This year, my helix class arranged our very first annual friendsgiving. Sitting in this long table with my peers, looking at all the diverse personalities, I notice how different all of us are but yet our love for food and partying bring us together. I am so thankful for each member of my helix family. For the past two years that I´ve been apart of this amazing group of students, I notice how much we have grown individually and together as a family. Each person brings their own quirky personality and light to the classroom; Thare with her contagious laugh, Derek with his welcoming vibes, and Jacob with his amazing sense of humor. Especially Mr. Klodt, our class adviser, for being the raddest helix teacher we have ever had. So this year, I reflect on my blessings; not just among my immediate family but also the friends who've welcomed me to a second family.
Rianne Del Carmen
My biggest goal in life is to just live it. To enjoy every moment and find the beauty in all things. So I write to inspire others. Not to just enjoy life but to better themselves. To become a better student, a happier person, and a more loving human. With tips and stories, I hope to help you through all the rough edges.