Like tiny Milano cookies, which means you can eat at least four times as many and it’s still fewer calories. #cookiemath
The throw down continues with a new champion.
It’s here! The 5th (!!) annual cookie swap put on by Lindsay of Love and Olive Oil and Julie of The Little Kitchen. I am so delighted that I’ve been able to participate every single year since the beginning. And allow me to just say, the sponsors have really upped their freebies game. Hello silpats…
Now taking applications for cookie testers who claim to hate the New York Times recipe. Inquire within.
Breakfast in a cookie. Refined sugar free, portable, and did I mention it’s a cookie? It’s a cookie. For breakfast. Brilliant!
The throwdown continues for round three. The apparently unbeatable New York Times versus the OG Nestlé Toll House. And who’s the winner? Take a guess.
In round two of the classic cookie throw down I pit my favorite Bouchon recipe against the reigning champ New York Times.
Because even if the 95% of the batch looks like a failure at least five of the cookies were photo-worthy and recipe was too good not to share. Melt in your mouth, not in your hand, butter jam thumbprints.
I have strong opinions about snickerdoodles. Like really strong opinions. They need to have that serious tang from the cream of tartar. They need to have a hearty coating of cinnamon sugar. They need to have zero other flavors interfering. They can, however, be crispy or chewy. That I’m not really a stickler about. Snickerdoodles,…
Dogs and chocolate chip cookie lovers edition.