If you are a fan of the peanut butter cookies, you will love these sweet and fun sweet pretzels. They are packed with peanuts in and out. Unlike peanut butter cookies, there is no peanut butter in these. These peanut pretzel cookies are make by mixing sugar and peanuts in a food processor to create a sweet peanut/sugar mixture. They are a fun dessert that kids love to make and eat.
If you are looking for a soft and chewy cookie around the holiday season, you gotta check these peppermint M&M cookies out. The cookies come out with a crispy chewy outer sides and the center is pure chocolate and chewy goodness with a touch of peppermint for the holidays. The cookies can be made within minutes, perfect for the craziness of the holiday season or any time of the year.
During the holiday season, my family tries to make a different type of cookie to keep the holidays more special and not have the same cookies every year. In these Czech almond crescent cookies, they have a rich buttery and almond flavor that melts in your mouth. They are found all over the eastern european countries and are a very popular christmas time cookie. Traditionally they are not made with an egg, however adding the egg will help make the dough more manageable during the rolling stage and the texture comes out close to the same. It is a perfect addition to the holiday cookie platter for sure.
During the holiday season, cookies are everywhere and sometimes you feel like you get into a routine making the same old cookies. With these zebra shortbread cookies, you get the full rich and buttery flavor from the cookies. Plus having the control of the layers between the plain and chocolate layers of this cookie, it seems like every single cookie has a unique design that is different per cookie. You can roll the cookies and different color sanding sugar to make the cookies even more unique. The dough can be made up to three days in advance wrapped tightly in plastic wrap and baked to your need.
The ranger cookie history goes back to the 1930’s Texas rangers. The cookies are very similar to the cowboy cookie, which I grew up on all my life. These cookies were a typical dessert for the Texas ranger’s dinner since they were handheld and packed with energy packed ingredients that were perfect for the Texas rangers to keep them going.
Today they make the perfect snack for keeping you going on a hike in the wonderful fall weather or a snack for your mid afternoon energy boost. The cookies come out moist and packed with sweet and delicious flavors. The nuts or chocolate chips can be replaced with raisins for a healthier option.
I know the sound of potato chips in cookies does sound a bit odd, but they are a classic old fashion cookie that pack a great balance of flavor with every bite. The preparation is very easy and only a few ingredients that are even easier to find. Potato chip cookies have a great sweet and salty flavor that will please everybody. The cookies are full of butter flavor and crunch from the walnut and potato chip pieces.
When it comes to cookies, there is two sides you can be on, the soft and chewy or then thin and crispy side. Me personally, I love the thicker and soft cookies that are chewy. These old-fashioned oatmeal chocolate chip cookies come out chewy and stay chewy for days after you make them. The cookies are packed with chocolate chips and rolled oats (doesn't that make these healthy). The cookies are extremely simple to prepare and make in minutes. I am not a huge sweets person, but I love these cookies!!
Here in Minnesota, it seems like every barbecue or party, you will always see some type of bars on the table. They are very easy to make and are typically delicious. These chocolate mud hen bars don't have the best sounding name but they come tasting really good. They are pretty much a s'more type bar that has a cookie crust with walnuts, chocolate and marshmallows topped with a brown sugar meringue. The bars some out chewy and sweet.
The shortbread cookie is one of most versatile cookies out there. Shortbread cookies are found all over the world, a slightly difference in the preparation they all have that rich butter flavor in common. In these Hawaiian nut cookies, is the standard rich flavor from the butter along with the sweetness from the sugars and coconut flakes that goes great with the great crunch from the macadamia nuts. The recipe takes well under 30 minutes from start to finish and you will end up with 3 dozen moist and chewy cookies that your friends and family will love.
These Macadamia espresso cookies are crisp around the edges but soft and gooey in the middle packed with espresso and nut flavors. They are great treat for anytime, besides right before bed for obvious reasons. They are not the sweetest cookie, but with the addition of the drizzled chocolate helps balance out the flavors. They are a great grown up cookie to make that go great with a cup of coffee or milk.
Hey everyone, I am Dan and Live in Minnesota. I am here to show you the wonderful world of cooking and baking. As being a young boy in the kitchen to being a chef for over 10 years, I will show you the great recipes I have used over the years and what I do next. Please stick around and Enjoy!!