The wonderful thing about peanut butter cookies, is that there are so many recipes out there that require so few ingredients. The peanut butter flavour in itself is very distinct, so as long as you like peanut butter, I find it’s actually hard to come across a really bad peanut butter cookie.
May the fourth be with you! I baked these Wookie cookies and little Ewoks in honour of Star Wars day, and for Peter Mayhew, the actor who played our beloved Chewbacca, who passed away earlier this week.
Last summer, I desperately wanted to buy myself an ice cream maker. Not one of the ones that requires pre-freezing a bowl (who has room in their freezer for that?), but one that you can just plug in and leave to let the magic happen.
As you may or may not know, I love bunnies. I mean, really love bunnies. Everything about them, from their wiggly little noses, to their fluffy cotton tails. They are hands down, the cutest little fluff nuggets to hop around on this earth. So naturally I felt the need to pay homage to these adorable creatures by making a batch of bunny cookies!
These walnut cardamom crescents opened by mind to the aromatic wonders of cardamom. It was not a spice I had paid much attention to until I made these cookies and then I was hooked.
These spiced chai tea snowflake cookies are light, aromatic, and will fill you with the warm and fuzzies with every bite you take. They get just a hint of sweetness from their decorative iced snowflakes, and pair perfectly with a cup of tea or coffee.
What do you get when you take a buttery shortbread cookie and smother it with rich caramel and milk chocolate? Heaven…Although I’ve also heard them referred to as Twix Cookies.
There’s no better way to spend a cold, rainy afternoon, than cozying up with a warm blanket, a pot of tea, and a side of these delicate yet fragrant Earl Grey tea cookies.
Chocolate crinkles, also known as crackles, have been a staple in my Christmas baking for a long time. I love the way the dark chocolate of the cookie contrasts against the dusting of white icing sugar.
I believe the original name of this recipe refers to these cookies as “big soft ginger cookies”, but I prefer to call them ginger sparkles. Their thin, sugary coating makes them glitter in the light, making them not only beautiful, but delicious!