Children have been leaving cookies and milk out for Santa Claus since the 1930s. While a napkin with a few Chips Ahoy is plenty enough to make the big man smile late at night, we think Santa deserves a little treat this year. The idea...Show More Summary
If you grew up with Christmas, you grew up leaving out a little something for Santa. My family left cookies, but I knew kids who left out candy, chips, or even hummus and crudites. (I grew up in California.) Though Santa doesn't visit...Show More Summary
4.69 / 5 Stars | 13 Reviews by susan yale "These sliced chocolate and almond cookies are the Jewish equivalent to biscotti. It was handed down through three generations. I added the mini chocolate chips. The cookies are twice baked, first in logs and then in slices." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
When it comes to crowd-pleasers, it's hard to beat a great chocolate chip cookie. Which pre-made cookie doughs are worth your time? We tasted nine brands to find out.
It was a little over a year ago today that I finished a quest that I started when I ate my first Chips Ahoy! as a little kid. OK, "finished" is a strong word. Like The Lord of the Rings, this was one of those quests that honestly feels like it never ends, but at least I made it to the first climax. Show More Summary
You know that Facebook post you saw last week, the one with the great recipe for chocolate chip cookies? The one you’d like to find again because now you have to make cookies for a swap at work? Guess what, you can now locate that post using only a keyword....well, you will […]
Whether crispy, crunchy, gluten-free, non-dairy, soft and chewy, or downright gooey, everyone has a favorite chocolate chip cookie. I like mine soft and ever-so-slightly undercooked, and with either tea or a cup of cold milk. Oh, and preferably still warm. The recipe on the back of Nestle chocolate chips is an easy one, or you can use this recipe and make cookies... Read More
Chocolate is something that seems to be forgotten this time of year. Our preoccupation with chocolate chip cookies and rich chocolate cakes falls by the wayside, ushering in a season filled with tons and tons of cinnamon. For chocolate fiends like me, now's the perfect time to take things into your own hands, with these Double Chocolate Coconut Macaroons.
The rumors are true. Homemade gifts are really the best gifts. Your friends and family will appreciate and acknowledge the time and effort it took to bake cookies, steep vanilla, and measure ingredients to make something truly special.
You may have heard the story of how chocolate chip cookies were invented: in the 1930s, Ruth Graves Wakefield chopped up chocolate and added the bits to cookie dough without melting them, mistakenly thinking the chocolate would spread in the oven and produce chocolate cookies. Show More Summary
Peppermint shows up in lots of holiday treats, and baked goods are no exception. The bright, cool flavor of peppermint seems to fit the season – especially when it is combined with chocolate in a Peppermint Mocha or chocolate and peppermint layer cake. The combination is now so common that adding peppermint to any chocolate...
Saw this on tablespoon.com and who doesn't like chocolate and caramel, then make into a huge skillet cookie, Nirvana. The eggless cookie dough, which will stay soft and smushy and completely delish. It’s basically cookie dough-flavored frosting, so there's no raw eggs or flour. Show More Summary
Look out cupcakes, you're about to be upstaged by The Perfect Pie. Pumpkin chocolate chip cookie pie, purple sweet potato pie, apple bacon pie, and even a skinny pumpkin pie. Round and fab or a rectangular slab, double crust or topless, cold, hot or a main dish in a pot, there's a slice or two waiting for you on our Pinterest board!
4.32 / 5 Stars | 17 Reviews by McCormick(R) Holiday "These simple, but heavenly, almond butter cookies are traditional Puerto Rican Christmas cookies -- they are as common and popular as chocolate chip cookies are in the States. They make wonderful Christmas gifts that everyone will enjoy!" View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
Sure, it's the holiday season, when we're all supposed to be baking pies or sugar cookies shaped like elves or stars or candy canes. But sometimes you just want a chocolate chip cookie, preferably a very good one — and at this point, preferably baked by somebody else.
I know the name doesn’t make much sense but hear me out. I am convinced it is impossible to make a “real cookie” healthier without losing its cookie-ness. Think about all the things you love about cookies. Regardless if it’s… Read the rest of this post »»
The croissants and chocolate chip cookies were highlights of our visit. [ more › ]
The post, Flying Dog Roasted Peanut Brown Ale with Chocolate Chip Cookies, first appeared on The Barley Blog. When I first received the promotional package of Flying Dog beers and Otterbein’s cookies, I figured the combination of the Roasted Peanut Brown Ale and chocolate chip cookies would win the flavor pairings. Show More Summary
Gooey, chewy, chocolatey, peanut buttery, and delicious! There are too many words to describe this amazing chocolate chip peanut butter oatmeal skillet cookie from Averie of Averie Cooks! I love meals cooked in a cast iron skillet. Especially desserts! This... Continue Reading ? The post Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Oatmeal Skillet Cookie appeared first on Make and Takes.