May 2000 – A home made cookie is always a welcome treat – a store bought cookie just can’t even come close! I don’t think there would have been a time that my Grandma did not have a batch of cookies available to offer to visitors who stopped in.
I used to bake cookies a lot too – great for after school or anytime snacks. And when they are fresh out of the oven…who can resist?
A popular ice cream flavor is cookie dough – ice cream with chunks of cookie dough mixed in – proving what bakers and kids have always known: sneaking bits of cookie dough out of the bowl before the cookies are baked is one of the best “perks” of cookie making!
Mmmm – chocolate and peanut butter! They go together well in this tasty no-bake cookie that also is free of refined sugar.
Yummy peanut butter confections covered in chocolate.
My Grandma’s secret recipe for shortbread, a Christmas must-have
These are called thimble cookies because the indents in the cookies were traditionally made with a thimble. If you don’t have a thimble, you can use the end of a wooden spoon.
What could be better than a shortbread cookie? A chocolate shortbread cookie!
Tasty cookies with a hidden maraschino cherry inside.
Tasty shortbread puffs with pecans, rolled in sugar.
Shortbread cookies with the tasty addition of rum soaked raisins.
If you are in a hurry, you can use chocolate chips instead of chocolate chunks and they will be just as tasty.
Tasty cookies flavored with chocolate and coffee, and rolled in chopped walnuts – great for Christmas, or any time.
I don’t know where this recipe came from, but it has been made and enjoyed by my family for as long as I can remember.
Recipe from my “aunt” in Washington for cookies with toasted sesame seeds.
Chocolate and peanut butter – always a favorite, and this recipe is no exception. Peanut butter cookies with a Hershey’s Chocolate Kiss on top.
Chewy and delicious chocolate chip cookies.
Soft cookies with dates and walnuts.
An all time favorite, the classic peanut butter cookie
Crisp molasses and spice cookies
Tasty cookies made with molasses, oatmeal and spices.
Soft, chewy oatmeal cookies with raisins and nuts.
Oatmeal cookies sandwiched together with date filling.
Oatmeal cookies with a certain Snap, Crackle and Pop!
Recipe for crisp oatmeal cookies with coconut – all mixed in one bowl.
No-bake cookies with oatmeal, coconut and instant coffee.
No need to heat up the oven to make this tasty treat.