Cloudy with a chance of sprinkles. That’s our forecast for anyone who wishes to recreate the sugar cookies of their childhood.
Who knew the famous young detective baked blondies? And not just any blondies. These blondies. The best blondies ever.
Sweetly salty. Crunchy tender. Unexpectedly familiar. Simply complex. That’s why we’re dumbstruck by these little lovelies.
Think of granola bars but in cookie form. That’s what you get with these sorta virtuous, sorta naughty little lovelies.
Who could possibly say no when offered one of these homemade and inebriating edibles? Certainly not us.
Dark, hearty molasses gingerbread cookies or pale, sweet honey gingerbread cookies? Your choice. (Hint: You can’t go wrong.)
This spooky cookie recipe is swell for any celebration of the dead—Halloween, Day of the Dead, even The Walking Dead.
We’d be happy to tuck into these layers of messy goodness any time, any place. Thanksgiving or July 4th, makes no difference.
We can imagine all manner of occasions where this easy, last-minute phyllo phenom would be welcome. Can’t you?
Don’t knock this till you try its buttery, potato chip-y, chocolate-y, coffee-y goodness. Trust us on this.
Magically delicate and nuanced cookies that satisfy the little kid cookie craving in an adult sorta way.
A great holiday gift, these homemade biscotti are made with green tea powder lending a delicate tea flavor. They are topped with a ginger and sugar coating.
A classic. And even better than we remembered. It’s like childhood 2.0. (We mean that in the best possible way, Mom.)
This sneaky sable, a French shortbread of sorts that’s crisp on the outside, tender on the inside, is going to rock your world.
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