I hope you enjoy my favorite cookie recipes today! These cookies come in all different tastes and sizes! While I recover from jet lag, I am sharing loads of sweet treats. I’ve sadly returned from a delightful escape to the Southern Hemisphere.
My Favorite Cookie Recipes:
Truly one of my favorite cookies EVER! These are a must bake treat.
Using a recipe adapted from Dorie Greenspan, these are the epitome of peanut butter cookies!
If you love toffee as much as I do, you’ll go nuts for these cookies. Brown butter gives them a wonderful caramelly undertone.
Brownies in cookie form…and white and semi-sweet chocolate chunks make them even more irresistible!
My family does a happy dance when I make huge chocolate chip cookies…and so will yours!
These are the BEST ginger cookies in my repertoire with powdered ginger, crystallized ginger AND fresh ginger!
You may need these supplies to make some :
More Favorite Cookie Recipes from My Blogger Friends:
Chocolate Brownie Cookies from Pass the Sushi
Gluten Free Salted Peanut Butter Cookies from Diethood
Linzer Cookies from Food Babbles
Coffee Lover’s Cookies from Food Babbles
Malted Magic Cookie Bars from Taking on Magazines
Red Velvet Cookies from Created by Diane
Caramel Apple Pie Crust Cookies from 365 Days of Baking & More
Biscoff Chocolate Chip Cookies from Dinners, Dishes & Desserts
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I’m offering a series of Skinny Tips. How I keep slim is one of my most frequent inquiries. I’m featuring some of my past tips to help you start 2015 on a healthy note. Click on the #SkinnyTip tag at the end of this post to see all my previous tips.
Tip #58: Make sure to include some protein in all your meals and snacks. Quality protein foods like nuts, cheese, eggs, salmon will help keep you full longer.
I will be back to French Fridays with Dorie next week. The gang is making Arman’s Caviar in Aspic. Can you see why I didn’t rush out to buy the ingredients??? I can’t wait to see what the Doristas thought of this recipe. Check them all out on the FFwD website.