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Chocolate Caramel Surprise Cookies
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Chocolate Rolo Stuffed Cookies
Indigo Scones: Chocolate Rolo Cookies (Chocolate Caramel Surprise Cookies)
Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies
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Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies #baking #cookies #chocolate
NY Times Best Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe EVER.
New York Times Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe
Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies - sprinkled with, of course, Sea Salt!
Be sure to wait the 72 hours... This is the king of chocolate chip cookie recipes! <----Another choc chip cookie recipe to try and see if it beats my current fav recipe.
Quest for perfect chocolate chip cookie (NYT)
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comfort food cookies
Supposedly the best chocolate chip cookies. #chocolate #cookies #desserts
Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe Recipe
Worth the Wait Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies (refrigerate 36-72 hours before baking)
My favorite choc chip cookie recipe: New York Times chocolate chip cookie, adapted from Jacques Torres
Coconut and Lemon Creme Balls
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coconut lemon cream balls! i'm so making these!
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coconut lemon creme balls
Cinnamon Palmiers (elephant ears)
Cinnamon Palmiers Recipe | Epicurious.com
Cinnamon Palmiers #holidays #cookies
Find the recipe for Cinnamon Palmiers and other cinnamon recipes at Epicurious.com
Cinnamon Palmiers Photo - Christmas Cookies Recipe | Epicurious.com
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Sesame Tahini cookies from Epicurious. I have another recipe, but these are "gilded" with a little gold dust powder, supposedly food safe.
Gilded sesame cookies - tahini-based dough is rolled in gold- or silver-dusted sesame seeds for eye-popping cookies that melt in the mouth.
Gilded Sesame Cookies Photo - Christmas Cookies Recipe | Epicurious.com
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Choco chip cookies
Carmen's Adventures In Parenting: Carmen's Random Tips: How to Bake Perfect Cookies ...
NY Times Cookies & Cookie Recipes index The best Chocolate Chip cookies EVER!
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Must try these... Barefoot Contessa's gingersnap cookies
Ginger Snaps! The Barefoot Contessa’s Ultimate Ginger Cookies
The Barefoot Contessa’s Ultimate Ginger Cookies adapted from The Barefoot Contessa at Home by Ina Garten by dinnerdujour #Ginger #Cookies
Coconut Thumbprint Cookies with Salted Caramel
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Do I dare try another caramel cookie? Coconut Thumbprint Cookies with Salted Caramel - Martha Stewart Recipes
Coconut Thumbprint Cookies with Salted Caramel Recipe | Cooking | How To | Martha Stewart Recipes
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Salted caramel coconut cookies from Martha Stewart
Lemon Sugar Cookies
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Lemon Sugar Cookies with Lemon Buttercream Frosting. Can't have enough lemon cookie recipes!
Lemon Sugar Cookies with Lemon Buttercream Frosting ... I love all things lemon!
Lemon Sugar Cookies with Lemon Buttercream Frosting from mother thyme
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Maple Walnut Cut Out Cookies with Maple Icing from @createdbydiane sounds like fall treats!
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Lemon Cream Cookies
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Lemon Cream Cookies || From the site: "The filling is swiss buttercream that is flavored with lemon zest, lemon oil and sandwiched between two lemon spritz cookies. The cookies are piped into rosettes and baked to a light golden brown. Rj will love these
lemon cream cookies • canelle et vanille (recipe at source)
good idea for a sweet table bar
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Lemon cream cookies - delicious and pretty!
Chewy lemon cookies
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coconut lemon chewy cookies, yum, best of both!
chewy lemon-coconut with lemon icing cookies
Vegan Chewy Lemon Coconut Cookies with Lemon Icing
I don't think this is safe, tiramisu is my favourite dessert ... make it into bite size cookies and I'll never stop eating!
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Tiramisu Sandwich Cookies. Someone please make these for me. :) Tiramisu is my favorite dessert. ever!
♥♥♥ Beige - Purple Wedding ♥♥♥ - [ Recipe: Tiramisu Sandwich Cookies ] Using all-purpose flour, baking powder, salt, butter, sugar, egg, vanilla extract, rum extract... and for Mascarpone Espresso filling: mascarpone cheese, butter, vanilla extract, instant espresso, powdered sugar and unsweetened cocoa for dusting. ~ from Sommer at ASpicyPerspective.com
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Apple Pie Cookies
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Apple Pie cookies! Ah yeah.. this will be my Thanksgiving dessert, crusty awesome goodness...Thanks Smitten Kitchen
Apple pie cookies via smittenkitchen
Apple pie cookies. #recipes #desserts #cookies #apples #foodporn
Apple Pie Cookies Crust 2 1/2 cups (313 grams) all-purpose flour, plus more for dusting surfaces, dipping fork 2 tablespoons (25 grams) granulated sugar (doubled from my standard pie dough to make this more cookie-like) 1 teaspoon (4 grams) table salt 2 sticks (225 grams, 8 ounces, 16 tablespoons or 1 cup) unsalted butter, very cold 1/2 cup (118 ml) water, very cold (I pour 1 cup and add ice while I work, then measure 1/2 cup from it when I need it) Filling 3 medium apples, whatever you like to bake with Squeeze of lemon juice (optional) 1/3 cup (67 grams) granulated sugar 1 teaspoon (2 grams) ground cinnamon Few gratings fresh nutmeg A pinch of any other spices you like in your apple pie To finish 1 large egg Coarse or granulated sugar for garnish Additional stuff A couple baking sheets covered with parchment paper Rolling pin, pastry brush (for egg wash), fork (for crimping and dipping) and sharp knife (to make slits) Two round cookie cutters of different sizes. I used 2 1/2-inch and 1 1/2 to 1 3/4-inch rounds. You’ll want to make sure there’s at least a 3/4-inch different in the sizes, as you’ll need the extra margin to crimp your dough. Make your pie dough: Whisk together flour, sugar and salt in the bottom of a large, wide-ish bowl. Using a pastry blender, two forks or your fingertips, work the butter into the flour until the biggest pieces of butter are the size of small peas. (You’ll want to chop your butter into small bits first, unless you’re using a very strong pastry blender in which case you can throw the sticks in whole, as I did.) Gently stir in the ice water with a rubber spatula, mixing it until a craggy mass forms. Get your hands in the bowl and knead it just two or three times to form a ball. Divide dough in half. Wrap each half in plastic wrap and flatten a bit, like a disc. Chill in fridge for at least an hour or up to two days. [Even more detailed pie dough instructions in this post, check it out!] Meanwhile, get everything else together: Line up six small dishes. In the first one, pour some water. Leave the second one empty; you’ll use it for your apples in a bit. In the third one, mix the sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and any other spices you like in your pie, such as a pinch of cloves. In the fourth one, place a little bit of flour to dust your surface and dip your fork for crimping. In the fifth one, whisk an egg with one teaspoon of water until smooth. In the last one, or in whatever container you keep it in, add some coarse or regular sugar for decorating the tops of the pies. You are very likely thinking I’ve lost my mind by now and you may not be terribly far off. On a well-floured counter, roll out your pie dough pretty thin, a little shy of 1/8-inch thick. Lift and rotate your dough as you roll it, to ensure that it rolls out evenly and so you can be sure it’s not sticking in any place. [More rolling tips here!] Use the larger of your two cookie cutters [mine was 2 1/2-inch) to cut as many rounds as you can from the dough. Transfer them to parchment-lined baking sheets and keep them in the fridge until you need them. Once you’ve finished the first packet, repeat the process with the second packet of dough Prepare your apples: Peel your apples. Cut thin (1/8-inch thick) slices from one side of whole apple, stopping when you hit the core. Repeat on opposite side. I got about 10 usable slices from each side of my small-medium-ish apples. Use the smaller of your two cookie cutters (mine was about 1 2/3 inches) to cut the apples into cute little discs that will fit inside your pie cookies. Place them in your second bowl, covering them with a few drops of lemon juice if you find that they’re browning quickly. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. And now, assemble away! Grab your first disc of chilled dough and lightly dampen it on one side with the water. This is to help it seal. Take your first disc of apple and toss it in the cinnamon spice sugar. Place it on the damp side of the bottom disk. Place a second disc of dough on top; I found it easiest to seal it by picking the whole thing up (this is when you’ll be glad that your dough is cold and semi-firm; if it’s soft and getting sticky, chill it until it’s easy to pick up) and press the tops and bottoms around the apple with your fingers. Back on the floured counter, cut decorative slits in your “pies”. Dip your fork in the flour and use it to create a decorative crimp on the sealed edges. Brush your cookie with egg wash and sprinkle with coarse sugar. Replace on baking sheet and chill while you prepare the others. About now, you’ll curse your friendly food blogger for getting you into such an exacting cookie making process but I promise, the first couple are slow and the rest come together very quickly. Bake your apple pie cookies for 25 minutes, or until puffed and bronzed and very pie-like. (If this is your first batch, peer in at them at 20 minutes, to make sure your oven doesn’t run hot.) Transfer to a cooling rack to cool before eating them… oh haha. I forgot who I was talking to. Do ahead: These will keep for a few days at room temperature, though not in my apartment. You could also make a larger batch of these, doing everything but brushing them with egg and sprinkling them with sugar, and keep them frozen until needed. Bake them directly from the freezer, just adding a couple minutes to the baking time.
Chocolate Sandwich Creams with Peppermint Frosting // These easy-to-make holiday cookies are reminiscent of peppermint patties, a winter favorite. And the best part? No cookies cutters required! For an even more minty bite, add a few extra drops of peppermint flavoring to the frosting or roll the edges of the finished cookies in crushed peppermint candies.
Chocolate Sandwich Cookies with Peppermint Frosting // Super easy to make and TOTALLY DELICIOUS! #cookie #recipe #holiday #Thanksgiving
Chocolate Sandwich Cookies with Peppermint Frosting | Whole Foods Market
Chocolate Peppermint Sandwich Cookies
chocolate sandwich cookies with peppermint frosting #wholefoods