Poko in Pekoe: Poko is a great gift for a bride

Poko, an Australian chocolate chip cookie, is among the few snacks that can make you feel like a kid again.

But it can also give you a headache and make you think of your wedding day a long time ago.

Here’s how to make it.

Poko was introduced in Japan in 1964 and was sold as a novelty at many of the country’s most popular hotels.

The cookie’s popularity grew and, with the advent of a more popular snack, Poko’s popularity also rose.

The original recipe is a simple one: mix some of the peanut butter in a bowl, set aside, and let sit for at least five minutes.

That’s it.

You can easily make it with a teaspoon of the stuff, or a half-cup.

The recipe says to let it sit for five minutes to set in the fridge before adding it to your baking.

To make Poko again, add about a tablespoon of peanut butter to a small bowl, then stir it with your fingers.

You’ll find it pretty easy to stir.

You could also use a spoon to mix it with other ingredients, like chocolate chips, milk or fruit, or add a little extra peanut butter for extra kick.

But this version is simple, and a little on the sweet side.

It’s not too sweet, and you don’t need much extra sugar.

It tastes the same as it did when you were a kid.

So make this one for your wedding or to share with friends or family.

1.

Mix the peanut, water and salt in a small saucepan over medium heat.

When the mixture starts to boil, remove from the heat and let cool.

Let it sit, covered, for about 15 minutes.

2.

Add the peanuts to the hot peanut saucepan, stirring constantly.

You want to stir them around and not mix too much.

3.

Meanwhile, in a large bowl, whisk together the chocolate chips and milk.

You need about half the amount of chocolate chips.

4.

Add a tablespoon or two of the milk to the peanut mixture.

Add half the chopped nuts, and stir until well combined.

Add another tablespoon or so of the chocolate to the mixture, then add the remaining milk.

Add more nuts as needed.

5.

Place the dough in a well-oiled, well-rolled bowl.

Make sure it’s well-poured.

You should end up with about a 1/4-inch thickness.

Heat the oven to 350 degrees F. When it’s hot enough to touch, put it on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

Bake for 15 minutes, until a toothpick inserted into the middle comes out clean.

Transfer the dough onto a cooling rack, let it cool completely, then slice into bars.