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Published December 4, 2013 | By Sarah
Whether you’re going to bake some of your all-time favorites with the kids or you plan to assemble cookie gift boxes during this holiday season, deciding on the most popular types of cookies for your Christmas cookie baskets can be a great way to get your baking season started. Here are just a few of the can’t-miss classics this year. Peanut-Butter Blossoms: A relatively recent addition to the lineup of holiday cookies, these tasty treats are made using a classic peanut butter cookie recipe topped with a Hershey’s kiss. They’re as delicious as they are cute, and for many, no holiday cookie buffet would be complete without them. Gingerbread Men: Easily the quintessential Christmas cookie, the mere idea of gingerbread dates back as far as ancient Greece. At the time, it was used in a number of different ceremonies. When ginger became increasingly available, the Eastern Europeans
Published November 14, 2013 | By Sarah
There’s nothing quite like the taste of a cookie. Crisp or soft, super sweet or just lightly tinged with sweet, you know it’s a treat you’re going to enjoy. Looking for an all natural cookie that doesn’t include any processed ingredients? You may have thought to look for sugar free cookies and recipes, but these are even better! Here are a few recipes you may want to try. No Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies These are an especially great choice when you want a cookie but it’s far too hot to turn on the oven. To get started, you’ll need a cup of honey, ½ cup of coconut oil, ½ cup of cocoa powder, 2 cups of rolled oats, 1 cup of natural peanut butter, 1 cup of unsweetened flaked coconut, and a tsp of vanilla. Mix the honey, coconut oil, and cocoa powder in a pot and bring it to a boil. Allow it to boil for about two minutes before pulling it off of the heat.
Published October 31, 2013 | By Sarah
While there are lots of things many people look forward to during the fall, delicious pumpkin treats is easily one of the most anticipated. Pumpkin breads, pies, and cakes are fine, but fall cookies are the single best thing on a chilly afternoon. Here are a few recipes you may want to consider. Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies Chewy and soft, these are just as good a few days out as they are right from the oven. To get started, you’ll need 2 cups of flour, 1 teaspoon baking soda, 1 tablespoon cinnamon, ½ teaspoon nutmeg, ½ teaspoon cloves, ½ teaspoon salt, 1 ½ cups rolled oats, 1 cup unsalted butter, 1/3 cup dark molasses, ¾ cup brown sugar, ½ cup granulated sugar, 1 egg yolk, ¾ cup of pumpkin puree, 1 teaspoon vanilla, and add ins like chocolate chips, dried cranberries, pumpkin seeds, white chocolate, and pecans as desired. Preheat your oven to 350. Mix the dry ingredients together.
Published October 17, 2013 | By Sarah
Whether you’re trying to celebrate the opening of deer season, you want a creative choice to take to a soldier’s coming home party, or you have a little one who loves camo, making camouflage design cookies is as easy as it is cute. You actually have two main choices when you get ready to make these cookies, though. You can either choose to make the entire cookie in a camo pattern or you can simply do it with the icing. Camo Icing If you think icing is the best way to go for your cookies, start with a basic sugar cookie recipe. While you could use almost any kind of cookie recipe that works well with icing, sticking with something that gives you a flat surface, like a sugar cookie, gingerbread, or shortbread is the best choice for your icing. Begin the process by outlining the cookie in any color you like, but make certain it matches your general color scheme. For example, if you’re
Published October 7, 2013 | By Sarah
When you pull those cookies out of the oven, the first thing you probably want to do is grab one off the pan and eat it. Unfortunately, one of two things is going to happen if you do that. First, you’re going to wish you hadn't just burned your tongue. Second, the cookie may fall apart in your hands because it’s still so soft from the heat of the oven. The solution? Carefully remove the cookies to a cooling rack for a few minutes before enjoying. What are Cookie Cooling Racks? Cookie cooling racks are also called wire cooling racks and wire baking racks. All of the terms are interchangeable. They’re essentially large wire racks with legs or lifts. They sit anywhere from a quarter of an inch to half an inch away from the surface of your counter, and some are even adjustable to get more airflow when it’s required. They come in all shapes and sizes from circular racks to square choices