Another delectable puff pastry treat, this time twisted into a spiraling straw! Any flavor of jam will work perfectly here, just make sure not to overfill the cookies! Though you think it will make them better, all that extra jam will just leak out and burn!
Don't be ashamed of buying puff pastry from the freezer instead of making your own, just make sure you buy the good stuff (all butter)! These cookies come together quickly and look as good as they taste!
When looking for a last minute dessert, these amaretti routinely top my list. I always have some extra egg whites in the freezer, and whipping up a batch of these couldn't be easier.
Why do so many cookie recipes insist that you cream butter and sugar together? And why are the instructions so vague? Do you know what's happening when you cream butter and sugar? Here's the scientific analysis of that ever-important instruction.
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A good cup of tea needs a strong biscuit, and my green tea custard is no different. These cookies have a touch of ginger and a handful of black sesame seeds to ring in the Chinese New Year. Mix the dough with your hands, save a spoon.
- 1 cup Oats
- 1/2 cup Brown Sugar
- 1/3 cup Millet Flour
- 1/3 cup Black Sesame Seeds
- 3/4 teaspoon Ground Ginger
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- 3 ounces Coconut Oil
Heat your oven to 350 degrees.
In a small bowl mix all ingredients with your hands. Squeeze and massage the mixture until there are no visible clumps.
Press the crust into a 9-inch pie dish (or some equivalently sized glass baking dish). Bake the cookies for 15-20 minutes or until just brown around the edges. Remove dish from the oven and cut it into slices while it's still hot. Let it cool before removing from dish.
Welcome your guests this winter with a cookie platter. Make two cookies from one easy dough. Get your kids in the kitchen to help roll the cookies into balls, you'll have a warm treat to share in no time.