There’s no cookie more universally loved than the chocolate chip cookie, so we all owe it to ourselves to bake the best darn chocolate chip cookies we can possibly make ? for us, for our friends and family, and for the dignity of the chocolate chip cookie itself.
Beloved blogger Tieghan Gerard has debuted her first cookbook entitled Half Baked Harvest Cookbook ($30). While every page contains rich comfort foods, if we had to settle on just one recipe to make out of it, it has to be these cookies. Show More Summary
How to Survive Snack Attacks…Naturally Zucker and Zucker 1979 Drop that chocolate chip cookie! Try carob instead. The twin authors are all about promoting the no sugar, no refined flour, no salt and evidently no fun lifestyle. The girls also demonstrate some activities such as tennis, biking and evidently some yoga headstands. Show More Summary
I guess my last post wasn’t whiny enough. September is not starting off in our favor. On Thursday night, we had a successful trip to Champaign, Illinois, about 3 hours away. While Shea didn’t knock out in the car as expected, she was a fun little traveler and was completely wired with excitement over visiting... Read More »
It's difficult to rank Pop-Tarts, to be completely honest, because the flavors vary based on how you prepare the pastries. I would rank a frozen Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Pop-Tart much higher than a toasted one, just like I'd rank a toasted Chocolate Fudge Pop-Tart way beyond a nontoasted one. Show More Summary
Long before bags of mass-produced, teardrop-shaped chocolate morsels, chopped chocolate was the original "chip" in America's favorite cookie. This recipe gets back to the technique that started it all, for a quick cookie you can make and bake within an hour—no waiting around!
Chocolate chip might be the first type of cookie to come to mind, but there's a wide world of buttery, bite-size baked treats out there. We've rounded up 25 recipes including alfajores, pizzelle, madeleines, pfeffernüsse, linzer, and many more; keep reading to see them all, and then get baking!
Yield: 1 dozen cookies (recipe easily multiplies) I am not sensitive to gluten–at least not in any noticeable way–so I created these cookies for two reasons: 1) for folks who are, and 2) because I have a summer crush that is quickly turning into a long-term affair with brown rice flour. It lends to these Read more
Ben Krasnow is a consummate prototyper. He’s built a machine that makes the perfect chocolate chip cookie, he has a ruby laser, and he produces his own liquid nitrogen in-house because simply filling up a dewar is too easy. If you need...Show More Summary
Ingredients:1 1/3 cup flour1/2 cup unsalted butter, at room temperature1 cup light brown sugar1 egg, at room temperature1 teaspoon vanilla1/4 teaspoon salt1/2 teaspoon baking powder1/3 cup sweetened shredded coconut1 cup semisweet chocolate chipsDirections:Preheat the oven to 350. Show More Summary
Can the memory of chocolate chip cookies bring an airline brand back to life? We just might find out in Milwaukee as Midwest Express appears set for a comeback. The post Bring back the inflight cookies: Midwest Express might return appeared first on Wandering Aramean.
If you like to drink your dessert, then you may want to check out the new Jim Beam Vanilla ($16). The bourbon is mixed with Madagascar vanilla liqueur and, according to the press release, tastes of "subtle vanilla sweetness and hints...Show More Summary
Sweet and not sinful? We're 100 percent in. Why skip chocolate altogether when you can still indulge in vegan, Paleo, and gluten-free cookies that are so good you won't even notice they're "good for you," too? Take a peek at all theShow More Summary
White sugar and brown sugars are staples in my pantry, but they’re not the only sugars that I use or that are available if you know where to look. Maple sugar is one “alternative” sugar that I pick up whenever it is in season, and coconut sugar is another that is...
These are the best bakeries to satisfy a sweet tooth. Chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, peanut butter, frosted with sprinkles: cookies are the comfy yoga pants of the dessert world, made for lazy afternoons or whenever a sweet tooth needs to be satiated with a modicum of effort. Show More Summary
Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Sheila Gim These gluten-free, dairy-free cookies are ones I developed when creating allergen-free recipes for the Alameda County Fair in California a few years ago. I've always loved to bake and found...Show More Summary
You guys! We're bananas about bananas. You can swaps this a-peeling fruit for eggs in many recipes. And the best part, is the end result, from brownies to chocolate chip cookies, tastes better with bananas. Watch the video to see for yourself.
If you think homemade gluten-free cookies can't possibly be good, then this is the recipe you should try.