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Tag Archives: cookies
Too many Danish Butter Cookies? Freeze them to use later as cookie crumb topping, crusts, coatings, etc. You can also dip them in melted white chocolate and top with sprinkles as shown above.
Best Oatmeal Cookies 1-cup brown sugar 1-cup granulated sugar 1 cup shortening 2-well beaten eggs 1-teaspoon vanilla 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1-teaspoon salt 1-teaspoon baking soda 3 cups quick cooking oatmeal 1/2 cup walnuts, finely chopped Thoroughly cream shortening … Continue reading →
Lisa asked: How do I store soft cookies and crisp cookies appropriately so they’ll retain their original softness or crispness? My answer: Soft cookies should be stored in an airtight container. If they dry out, add a slice of apple … Continue reading →
Use two cookie sheets when baking cookies. One is baking cookies in the oven while the other can be loaded with the next batch to go into the oven. This saves you time and is more energy efficient.
These cake-like spice cookies are a treat for all cookie lovers. They’re filled with sweet chunks of apples and wholesome oatmeal, which makes them soft and moist with a crowning drizzle of Vanilla Cream Frosting. They are indeed one of my favorite fall … Continue reading →
Super Breakfast Cookies are super-sized and super-full of healthy breakfast cereals and grains. Add a glass of milk and kids of all ages are good-to-go. Use whole, organic ingredients to make these super cookies even more nutritious. I made dozens … Continue reading →
This week’s Recipe of the Week is in response to the hunt for a Chocolate Raisin and Nut Drop Cookie recipe requested by Julie S. before the holidays. Through the years Julie lost track of the recipe, but she clearly … Continue reading →
WANTED: A chocolate raisin nut drop cookie where the chocolate is melted and then added to the cookie batter. The recipe is thought to be in the 1960, 1962 or 1963 unrevised copies of the Joy of Cooking cookbooks. Please … Continue reading →
This week I’m asking a question for Julie who is looking for a chocolate raisin nut drop cookie where the chocolate is melted using a boiling water technique (pre-microwave days). She believes the recipe to be in the 1960, 1962 … Continue reading →