Peanut Butter & Jelly Potato Chip Thumbprint Cookie recipe. Hi All!
Did everyone have a great weekend? I did! I was styling a cookbook all weekend, but it was great nonetheless…why? Because the clients were AWESOME…some of the nicest, hard working people I’ve ever met. In fact, the whole team was really wonderful! Tina and Lillian are two women who have worked together for years in the “serious business world” before they decided that they were going to leave their corporate jobs and open up a healthy children’s cooking school, inspired by their own children and the desire to teach them about healthy eating/cooking from an early age.
On top of the ladies being genuinely good people they remind me a lot of myself and Teri and the way we work together. Anyway, just wanted to share something that I’ve been working on lately that now means a lot to me :)…now back to food! *Just a little tip: Don’t actually use your thumb to make the thumbprints…keep the balls of dough in balls and use your pinky…or something else small to make the hole…why? TSP Christmas Cookie Week: Quebec Maple Pecan Drops. Howdy!
My Magic 8 Ball tells me you're new around these parts. If you'd like to follow all the happenings at The Speckled Palate, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed or sign up for e-mail alerts. Thanks for visiting! Happy Monday, everyone, and I welcome y’all to the first recipe of this year’s Christmas Cookie Week! Maple Bacon Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies. Okay guys.
Now I think we can all agree... I have officially lost my mind. Seriously though, do you ever get one of the moments where you're so sure you really must have brain damage of some sort? I mean, is it normal when you and your brothers and sisters have to say, "Mom, tell us the truth. Do we have something wrong with us? " In fact, we were just asking her that very thing the other day and it was quite frightening because she kept avoiding the question. "You're avoiding the question! " Potato chip cookies. When I was in the 4th grade, my lunch table mates had a habit of taking the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches that their mothers had lovingly prepared, (trimmed of crusts, devoid of frights like gloppy grape jelly) opening them up, arranging some potato chips over the filling and smooshing the sides back together again before eating them.
Dark Chocolate and Salted Caramel Topped Shortbread. There are few things more rewarding than being able to successfully prepare a chewy, buttery caramel. It’s a scary process for many, but, well, I don’t get scared too easily. Let’s determine why NOT to be scared. Butter. Sugar. A little Cream. Austrian raspberry shortbread. If there is anything I am always on the prowl for–besides artichokes, cookie cutters and green anything–it is variations on classic recipes.
It’s a sticky thing, of course, because the originals earned their prized state for being blissful the way they are. But I can’t help it–I see a twist, a curve, a departure, or in this case, once again, a grater and I can’t resist. In my mind, there are few cookie combinations as satisfying as a butter cookie with raspberry, and whether you make them into bars, sandwiches or thumbprints. But all varieties have a certain density that attracts shortbread-junkies like me, but repels those who want a less weighty cookie experience. This recipe magically ingratiates itself to both parties with the help of a food processor.
Get this: you grate half the cookie dough into a fluffy pillow of shortbread threads, spread raspberry jam over the whole layer of bedding and then blanket the second half of gratings over the jam. Heat the oven to 350 degrees. Homemade Fig Newtons. Creative Loafing Charlotte Browse Music Browse News.
Candy Bar Chocolate Chip Cookie Sandwiches. Candy Bar Cookies?
Have I gone mad? Well, no but was craving some chocolate….sorry for those of you who are so good and still dieting I used the same technique I’ve been using with those giant Oreo Stuffed Cookies and am just loving it. Ooey Gooey on the inside and perfectly buttery crisp on the outside, just how I like it! I would highly recommend that you use the exact cookie dough recipe I have written below. I used 3 of my favorite snack size candy bars as pictured above. First up, Reeses Peanut Butter Cup….my absolute favorite :) Place a nice big scoop on top and… …..a nice big scoop on the bottom Use both hands to press and seal edges. Do the same with your Snickers, one giant scoop on top, one on bottom…press and seal edges!
Same story for your Kit Kat Bar. Ready for the oven. Bake at 350 degrees F, 14-16 minutes! Can you just die?! The inside of the Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Cookie, mmm! …and the fabulous Kit Kat Bar Cookie. Candy Bar Chocolate Chip Cookie Sandwiches Ingredients.