After the first time eating them, I insisted on her sharing the recipe. Again, if I'm telling the whole truth, I asked for it so that I could get one of my "baking inclined" friends (I'm looking at you, Christine!) to make them for me. So, after 6 months of waiting for them to magically appear before me, I got tired of waiting. (I'm really only patient with children...) It was time to make things happen for myself.
My friend, Allie was having a big BBQ and I decided this was my chance. I had plenty of time to figure something else out if they didn't work, so I went for it!
Let me tell you how good it feels when you sit at a party and hear person after person walk by with just a bite of something you made left saying, "Oh, man, these are SO GOOD! Who made them?" I was proud. I also felt a little protective of the recipe. So much so, in fact, that I almost didn't share it here. And also, remember, it's not even my recipe! I got it from a parent who got it from somewhere else. But trust me. Make these. They are worth it.