I’m not going to lie, since I was sick, November was a rough month for me. However, the things I did post this month were a lot of fun for me. Some of them are my new favorite recipes!
Over 100 exceptional Christmas cookie recipes, together in one place for you to enjoy. I’m sure you will find something new and fun to try!
I suppose some teens would not be amused by something as simple as a chocolate chip spider on a cookie, but I can count on my kids to find some enjoyment in this. Although, to be fair, I’m pretty sure the boys enjoyed the cookies more than the spiders.
September might be my favorite month. And not just because it’s my birthday. In this recap, you can see some recent posts, and a couple other fun things you may have missed.
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.
Since my kids are all late sleepers, all I have to do is get up the tiniest bit early to have a good hour of reading Emerson and sipping breakfast drinks. And eating biscotti.
Who doesn’t love a no-bake dessert? Nobody, that’s who. I have these amazing ideas for complex desserts right now, but honestly, it’s just so nice outside, I would rather do anything than spend a long afternoon in the kitchen. That makes this the perfect time to pull together a collection of some of my favorite no-bake desserts.
Today, I joined up with some of my best bloggy friends to bring you this super-duper awesome collection of St. Patrick’s Day recipes. It’s radical, as we used to say when Nixon was in office.
It was a brilliant idea, but an utter disaster. The cookies are still glued to my favorite baking sheet. Talk about embarrassing. I reworked the recipe a couple different ways until I found a combination that I was happy with.
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.
Let’s be honest, nobody doesn’t love a buttermilk cookie. This recipe called for lemon zest, but I decided to use nutmeg instead.
A few things have changed since I made this recipe last year. Hope your year has seen some wonderful, amazing changes, too.
Cake mix cookies are all the rage these days, and with good reason. I searched the pantry and found this spice cake mix, which I am obviously never going to actually make into a cake.
I am, however, going to use it as an excellent delivery system for butterscotch chips.
While I’m waiting to get my old oven out and my new oven in, I’m making stovetop cookies. Easy, fast, delicious, no-bake, stovetop cookies. With pumpkin for fall.
While my ability to bake has been temporarily thwarted, I’m leaving you with a collection of recent fall favorites. These are recipes that would be perfect for Halloween, or just October in general.