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Chef: So now, we have a log of cookie dough. I will show you about how thick we want to do this. See how big they are. There is no use to make them small cookies. So, once you get those cut while they are still cold, you are going to put them right on there and just smash them a little. Put them on there and smash them a little. Here you go.
So, I will have one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine. These, I am going to throw right into the oven so we can get them going. You see what they look like and then girls, you can do the other cookies.
For Michael, you continue on with these and girls, we are going to do the other kind of cookies. You girls get the chocolate chips, you win and actually, I am just going to reuse this so there is no reason to waste this paper.
Okay, so it's kind of soft still. I am just going to turn it to this side. Good job, make sure you leave enough space so that when they rise. Yeah, exactly, there you go. Here you go, same thing. We are just going to cut nice, big chunks out of there. See how big those are? You cut them and she will put them on there. Good job. Boy, look at those cookies, all of these are going to be huge. Good job.
Yup, nice little space. I am just moving these down, just a little bit. And it doesn't really matter because the cookie tastes just as good if it's a perfect shape or not so perfect, alright. There you go. There you go, you have plenty more room. I will let you finish those and I will grab our stuff for our truffles. I will get our burner On.
Alright, so now we are going to move on to our truffles. We have our cookies in the oven, the muffins are in the oven, so we have a few minutes to spare. So I am just going to clean up a little bit. Obviously, we have a little bit of an assembly lying here. We are going to do the truffles, we will have, Megan, you will scoop them out and then we have, you two, to put some toppings on it.