Eggless Almond Coconut Cookies

 Enjoy these crunchy homemade Eggless Almond Coconut Cookies.. Recipe @ Almond Coconut Cookies...more

Bourbon Pecan Pie Cookies

I think I've talked about how I love pie. Have I mentioned I like pie? I love pie.But pie is a commitment. Pie is this whole big thing. If you polish one off by yourself, you certainly don't brag about it. When the people who live with you start scavenging about in the refrigerator, moving the milk and shit and asking where the pie is, you feign ignorance. Pie? What pie. I'm sure it's in there somewhere. Did you try looking behind the milk?...more

Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Cookies

Hello everybody! Back at it again with one of our favorite ingredients. This time, we decided to go with a little sweeter use of peanut butter recipe as opposed to some of our spicier recipes were we use a peanut sauce. Honestly, I don’t know of many ingredients that are more versatile than peanut butter. It compliments so many different styles of cooking!...more

The Everything Cookie Dough

Brown Butter Bacon Cookies

KEEP YOU COMING BACK FOR MOREIf you ask me what my favorite snack is, I wouldn’t lie to you....more

Quinoa PB&J Cookies

So how's everyone feeling after the Superbowl?  I'm not a big fan, although I do enjoy any day that makes it okay to eat large amounts of delicious (i.e. bad for you) food.  Also, I'm bummed cause (spoiler alert!) I didn't win the Superbowl pool I was in.  Sigh.  There's always next year.  Oh, and that halftime performance?  Incredible!...more

Hemp Heart Cookies

Hemp Heart CookiesLooking for a healthy Valentine’s Day treat…this is it!!  Gluten free, dark chocolate, hemp hearts and coconut oil.  Heart healthy!!Ingredients:...more

Rogaliki (Rugelach)

Oh, how many cookies did I eat today? A lot! And I was promising myself to stay in shape this year…. But these Rogaliki were sooo delicious! So soft and flaky…with apple and cherry jam…. Sounds good, right? I know! So I couldn’t help myself but to sneak a cookie or two every time I went to the kitchen today. Though after eating a healthy dinner of fish and salad I feel a little bit less guilty. It all comes out even, right?So I was baking Rogaliki for two days in a row trying to come up with the best recipe. I read so many different ones but came up with my own recipe. Some recipes advised refrigerating the dough for an hour before baking, while others said to refrigerate overnight. Of course, I had to try both ways to see which one was the winner. So I used my own recipe, but baked one half an hour after refrigerating it, the other half I left for the following day.I have to tell you that the first batch won! It baked more evenly when the dough was refrigerated for 1 hour. If you leave it overnight, the cookies come out a little bit overcooked outside and under-cooked inside.Also, don’t put too much jam inside, it will leak out and burn (you really don’t want your cookies taste like burned jam!)....more