Just a touch of lavender flowers in these oatmeal breakfast cookies can make a difference in taste from boring to intriguing. These slice-and-bake cookies are also a snap to make. Their crispy and tender texture practically make them melt in your mouth. Great to have on hand for a quick breakfast or energising snack. Continue reading
These easy chunky breakfast cookies are true to their name – they are practically a breakfast in a cookie. The chunky exterior hides a heart of crispy granola goodness. Perfect time saver when you’re on the go! Continue reading
Speculaas are most commonly known as Dutch windmill cookies. These make wonderful Christmas cookies and are more delicate in taste and texture than gingerbread cookies. They can also be decorated with nuts, especially good are sliced almonds and pecans. Continue reading
Every year the first week of September in Monza is totally dedicated to the Grand Prix. The town is immersed in Ferrari mania with stores displaying Ferrari gadgets, race cars parked in the squares, people brightly dressed in red – and even some bakeries turning out cookies with the famous trademark. This afternoon the first two pole positions were won to the joy of Ferrari fans by Raikkonen and Vettel. Good luck for tomorrow!
A couple of easter egg cutters can do a lot with cookie dough. Just use your imagination! The mango filling gives these vanilla flavoured cookies a nice tanginess. Continue reading
These Pistachio Christmas Cookies are really easy to make and have a delicious shortbread texture.
They can be decorated in a variety of ways with a glaze or simply dusted with powdered sugar Continue reading
These gingersnap spritz cookies are so easy to make with the cookie press. You can make all sorts of holiday shapes so they make a perfect Christmas cookie especially when you are in a rush with other holiday preparations. Continue reading
These Golden Cornmeal Spritz Cookies mix quickly and if you have a cookie gun (press) they are a snap to make. Changing the tip you can have a variety of shapes. Great as Christmas cookies. The cornmeal though has to be very fine. In Italy they call it “fioretto”. If you can’t find it you could grind regular cornmeal in your food processor. It should be of almost a powdery consistency. Continue reading
These tender little cookies are very light and not too sweet. The pine nuts and sesame seeds give them an added crunch as well as healthy benefits. Continue reading
These delicate pistachio tea cakes are especially good with coffee. They have an unusual slightly salty after taste which complements the pistachio flavor. Continue reading