Okay, I need to brag a little. It is a bit uncomfortable but … these chocolate chip cookies are really good! They were so much fun to experiment with and I think I got just the right balance of sweetness. Date and coconut sugars were both used so there is mild molasses flavor and the whole wheat flour really balances them out. If you want them more cakey than cookie then don’t flatten them down as much as I did. The cookie does not spread much in the pan. Just the perfect little bites for that special moment you deserve. ...more
What flavors pop into your mind when you think “Christmas”? Peppermint? Chocolate? Almond? I think each of us thinks has a different list that probably comes from the same place in our heartswe remember fondly what we made around the holidays when we were growing up. In my home, we spent a day or two in the kitchen making treats and packaging them up for friends, neighbors, teachers and family, and I remember looking forward to this every year.
Today we are kicking off yet another year of the Daydreamer Desserts December cookie series. Time for me to whip up one batch of cookies after another with my classic spin on them and share them all with you. I'll make as many as I can while still trying to churn out a fabulously indulgent cocktail post every week.
With cookie party season upon us I'm having a great time sharing some of our family favorites on my blog site. This Whoopie Pie recipe will give you a sugar rush while filling your home with the scent of gingerbread. What's not to love about that?! ...more
Happy December!! During Thanksgiving break I did alot of baking, cookies in particular for my Kids’ with Cancer bake sale. Our kitchen was overwhelmingly covered with cookies, cupcakes and brownies. I have never made these cookies before and I wasn’t really planning on making them but my mom had all the ingredients so naturally I decided to try them. Approving of the cookie batter, I immediately knew these would be a great hit not only at the bake sale, but with all my friends and family after thanksgiving as well. These are great for the holiday season because of the red color of the cranberries and the warming texture of the walnuts. I hope you enjoy these cookies as much as I did, and you can even leave some for Santa!...more
Makes: 20-25 cookies .Preparation Time: 10 min. Standby time: 30 min. Cooking time: 15 min Ingredients1 1/2 cup of flour3 tablespoons of cocoa powder1 teaspoon of baking soda1 pinch of salt3/4 cup of sugar128 grs. bittersweet chocolate2 tablespoons of butter...more
Perhaps it’s the memories of my childhood milk and cookie snack time, or my never-ending love for the classic chocolate chip cookie. Maybe it’s the unparalleled and addictive smell wafting from the kitchen as they bake, or the endless add-ins you can throw into a cookie dough....more
A Jock's Guide Gets Gluten-Free Friendly!Follow this Jock in her hilariously truthful reality cooking show, as she makes Chocolate Fudge Cookies that are ...wait for it.... gluten-free... dairy-free... sugar-free... but NOT taste-free! ...more
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk...those mere words bring such happiness. Reese's Peanut Butter cups come to mind. I was craving peanut butter so I thought I'd make some cookies to make both chocolate and peanut butter lovers happy. This was fun and easy, and they make a great afternoon snack - or a bite to beat the midnight hungries!Crunchy outside, slightly gooey inside...pure....bliss...Ingredients:...more
I only spent one summer in Sicily as a child, but I remember being very impressed and chubbed up as a kid. Eating sweets made with pine nuts, dense ricotta-filled pastries, gelato and cookies made with almond meal and pistachios....more
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