The Cookie Board by Rock Recipes
175 cookie recipes and counting! Drop cookies, sandwich cookies, cookie bars, squares, stuffed cookies and more... my best of over 30 years of cookie baking!
Chocolate Chip Squares or Bars - a 40+ year old family recipe. It takes only 10-15 minutes to get these soft, chewy cookie squares into the oven. Sprinkle more chocolate chips on when they come out of the oven, let them melt and spread for the easiest topping too.
Apricot Almond Jammie Dodgers - a tasty twist on a homemade version of the United Kingdom's favorite cookie. Ground almonds in the cookie dough pair perfectly with the sweet apricot jam but if apricot's not your favorite flavor, any good quality jam can be substituted.
Fruit & Nut Bar Cookies - inspired by Cadbury's Fruit and Nut candy bar, this recipe combines favorite dried fruits like cranberries or golden raisins with a double chocolate chip cookie. It's recipe # 18 in our month long series of new cookie recipes.
Strawberry Coconut Cake Squares a.k.a Strawberry Lamingtons - moist cubes of homemade vanilla cake get soaked in a combination of strawberry jello and jam and then rolled in coconut. An easy, pretty and very tasty treat that kids will love. Pretty festive looking too!
Caramel Stuffed Salted Caramel Cookies - after 3 recipe experiments I got the formula just right for these soft chocolate cookies stuffed with a caramel candy and sprinkled with sea salt. A few seconds in the microwave will warm the cookie up and soften the caramel center, making them even better.
COOKIE MONTH RECIPE #12 Chocolate Coconut Cake Squares - an easy, decades old, nostalgic recipe that deserves a resurgence in popularity. Soft, moist vanilla cake, dipped in chocolate syrup and rolled in dried coconut. So simply delicious and freezer friendly too!
RECIPE # 3 in our 30 Days of New Cookie Recipes is inspired by my childhood love of chocolate covered raisins. These Raisinets Cookie Bars have a blondie-like base and a very easy chocolate and raisin topping; it's half cookie, half chocolate bar and all scrumptious! Not a fan of raisins> Toasted peanuts or pecans are easily substituted.