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.
If you are looking for a new and fun way to make chocolate chip cookies you got to check these cookies out. These raspberry and white chocolate cookies are soft, chewing and busting with delicious flavors from the white chocolate and fresh raspberries. Also the raspberries don't just add flavor to these cookies it also brings a beautiful red color swirled throughout the cookies. These cookies are very easy to make and can be made in well under 30 minutes from start to finish.
A classic style of cookie is the sandwich cookie which uses two cookies and fills them with variety of different filling. In the holiday season it tends to be two sugar cookie with a jam filling. In these blackberry walnut sandwich cookies, I use two buttery, nutty shortbread cookies packed with finely chopped walnuts then filled with tart blackberry jam between. Then finished off with a dusting of powdered sugar. Check out the recipe below in this post.
As December is just around the corner, it is the time when cookies are all of the rage with different cookie exchanges and activities that families do together. These double chocolate mint cookies have a great soft and chewy texture and back with a rich chocolate and cool mint flavor. The cookies will stay soft for several days if covered up tight, must of the times they don't stick around to long however. The cookie dough freezes great in little dough balls that can bake anytime. Check out the recipe below in the post.
Snickerdoodles are a popular cookie that is rolled in cinnamon sugar before baking. The cookies come out thick, super soft, buttery and full of flavor. They are one of my favorites with the ease of preparation as they can be made start to finish in about 30 minutes. They come out perfect every time and everyone loves them. Check out the recipe below in post.
These chunky peanut butter cookies are packed with bold peanut flavor that packs a great sweet and salty balance. The cookies come out very moist, soft and will last for days in a sealed container. The dough does not require any refrigeration, it can go straight from the mixing bowl to the baking sheet and 15 minutes later you have a great crowd-pleasing cookie that will have friends and family lining up. The recipe is very easy so it makes a great recipe to make with kids. Check out the recipe below in post.
These white chocolate macadamia nut cookies with cherries is a great twist to the traditional version. The dried cherries add a but of sweet and tangy to the cookie that adds to the sweetness of the white chocolate chips and the richness of the macadamia nuts. The cookies come out thick, soft and chewy that requires no refrigeration to achieve that. Check out the recipe below. The recipe will make 2 dozen cookies and can be in the oven in 15 minutes.
Some of the best desserts have a sweet and savory flavor and cookies are a great example of where this statement comes true. Some of the most classic cookies have the great mixture of both sweet and savory and the classic butter cookie is one that is a crowd favorite. With the addition of the lemon and thyme brings the cookie to a new level of deliciousness. The replacement of the granulated sugar for confectioners sugar or powdered sugar makes the cookie have a great light crumb to them. Check out the recipe below.
The classic spring dessert is the classic carrot cake. Most recipes for carrot cakes come out dry or so moist they just fall apart so why not just make it easy and make them into small cookies that have the flavor. These carrot cake cookies have the same flavor, are moist and topped with a generous portion of light and fluffy cream cheese frosting. These are great to make with kids with the ease of the preparation and the fun of decoration them in spring theme or just the classic carrot shape that is the norm of carrot cake. Check out the recipe below.
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!!