Butter cookies are always a favorite, and it’s always good to have a few prepared dough logs in the freezer, ready to be cut and baked. Continue reading “Freezer Butter Cookies with Hot beverages Flavorings”
Puffed rice squares are popular commercial crispy treats, though unfortunately, not the healthiest ones. A couple of years ago, I’ve prepared a homemade healthier version of them (click HERE for recipe), using tahini (sesame paste) and honey, a version which I’ve prepared every now and then since. Continue reading “Puffed Kamut Squares with Tahini, Cocoa Powder and Maple”
The following light and airy cookies contain few ingredients, but lots of flavor and different textures. They are dairy free and gluten free, which makes them ideal for entertaining.
The following tasty cookies were inspired by THIS blog post. Though the cookies looked very tasty, I was mostly intrigued by the dough, which listed condensed milk as one of the ingredients. The use of condensed milk in pastry dough was new to me, and I wanted to give this unique dough a try. Continue reading “Sweetened Condensed Milk Dough Filled Cookies”
The following “all in one bowl” cookies will delight anyone who enjoys sweet and salty flavor combinations. The tasty and fragrant chocolate cookie dough is enhanced with crunchy salted roasted peanuts and dark chocolate chips, and the result is the following irresistible cookies. Try them and enjoy. Continue reading “Chocolate Chips and Roasted Salted Peanuts Cookies”
As the weather gets colder, hearty stews are often on the menu. Their initial cooking time is fairly short, and then all that is needed is to place the pot in the oven for a few hours. Continue reading “Lamb Stew with Black Beans”
I recently realized that, while I use walnuts in various recipes, I don’t use them as often when baking cookies. With this in mind, I was set to create cookies with walnuts as the main ingredient. Continue reading “Walnut and Raw Cacao Cookies”
It’s not quite clear who was the first to add zucchini to chocolate cakes, but no doubt it was a wonderful idea, as the zucchini give the cake very moist texture and enhances the chocolaty flavor. Continue reading “Zucchini Chocolate Cake”
Pinwheel cookies are such a colorful and tasty treat, no wonder they are loved by all. So who cares if they’re somewhat old fashioned? We can always call them “vintage cookies” and get away with it! Continue reading “Very Crispy Pinwheel Cookies”
When I was about to prepare a chocolate cake, I realized I didn’t have the amount of butter the recipe required. Noticing I have three ripe bananas in the kitchen, I thought the bananas could act as a butter substitute, while also add their unique flavor to the cake. The “trick” worked beautifully, and the result was the following decadently rich and moist cake. Adding a luscious chocolate glaze on top, made it even richer and tastier. Try it and enjoy.