I thought these Giant Ginger Cookies would make a fitting finale to this year’s cookie week. Wanna know why?
My sister-in-law gave me a jar of the most beautiful dark and flavorful plum jelly you’ve ever seen. It’s tart, full of flavor, and frankly, tastes fantastic with these almond Linzers. I debated about parting with it but finally decided the cookies were worth it.
Eating a few bites of that eggnog shake really made me ready for winter baking. I came home and immediately dreamed up these eggnog cookies. Come check out all the cookie week cookies and enter the giveaway!
Seriously, some days I just need a Calgon break. I want my own little afternoon tea party… with Chamomille and cookies and a good book and sweet, sweet silence.
There’s something about pecans that reminds me of my grandfather, because he man loovvves butter pecan. We always had butter pecan ice cream and pecan sandies at their house.
The passing of beloved Aunt B was the final excuse I needed to bake chocolate cookies. Well, I never need much of an excuse to make something chocolate. Let me rephrase. It was the final excuse I needed to make the family recipe. Oh, hooray for family recipes that are chocolate!!
It’s not every day you make cookies with corn flakes. I know that the title suggests this cookie is all about coconut, and don’t get me wrong, I love coconut cookies like I love breathing, but there’s no reason you can’t throw some corn flakes in those babies.
This cookie is, hands down, my single favorite recipe on this site.
Absolute. FAV. Which is why I’m blogging about it again.
These snickerdoodles are made with molasses and ginger, a perfect snickerdoodles recipe for the holidays!
Classic Chocolate Cookies rolled in powdered sugar. I have searched high and low for this amazing chocolate cookie recipe.