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Cowboy Cookies are a combo of two classic cookies – chocolate chip and oatmeal, all rolled into one cookie, and they’re delicious!
These cookies are no bake, take less than 15 minutes to throw together, and they are delicious! It sounds like a recipe taken from Family Circle magazine circa 1958, on the same page as the hot dog casserole and a … Continue reading →
Hermits are a classic New England treat – I grew up eating these in bar form, but this cookie version is just as good. Hermits are soft, spicy, studded with raisins, and delicious!
I stumbled across the recipe for these cookies searching for something else. I haven’t made them in years, so I thought I’d give it a whirl yesterday afternoon. The addition of the Rice Krispies make these cookies crispy-crunchy and adds a certain … Continue reading →
The upside to getting up really early in the morning, is having time to bake cookies and eating them for breakfast. Cherries and chocolate and a great combination!
Peanut butter and chocolate – the perfect match in this soft, chewy cookie. They’re so good, my son (who once went out for Halloween as a Reese’s peanut butter cup) was sneaking them off of the rack as they were cooling. … Continue reading →
Busy weekend, however I did manage to bake some cookies that Joe says are amazing! Soft, light, lemony – there’s something about citrus that makes me pine for warmer temperatures – we’ll get there.
With the holidays approaching, I’ve beginning to stockpile cookie dough for the freezer. I pick one afternoon – crank up the Frank, Ella, Perry, and Esquivel holiday music and bake like a lunatic. I’ve never made rugelach before, so I … Continue reading →
I found this recipe written on a piece of paper in my grandmother’s 1954 copy of Betty Crocker’s Good and Easy Cookbook. I’ve published a few peanut butter cookies recipes on here, but curiosity got the better of me, and I … Continue reading →
While going through some of my dad’s boxes – I was thrilled to find my grandmother’s recipe book that I thought was long gone. There are some treasures in there – Lobster Cantonese, Frankfurter Casserole, and Marie Griffin’s recipe for … Continue reading →