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Pistachio Cream Cheese Fingers Recipe. Grandma Bohlmann's Pfeffernusse - Cookie Recipe. I've been making these Pfeffernusse cookies for maybe twelve years. Prior to that, my mom, Phyllis "née Bohlmann" Skiff made them for probably fifty years. She got the recipe from her mom, Hilda "née ZumBerge" Bohlmann who made them for many years. I still have the original recipe card from Grandma Bohlmann. I see that it says in the corner that Grandma got the recipe from Mrs. Kloth, who later became an in-law. I've modified original recipe a bit. Some family members prefer more cloves, some less. All of these folks were German and lived on farms in Carver County, Minnesota. His son, Herman, painted this picture to depict how the church may have appeared after a Christmas Eve service in the mid-1920s: Another local German gastronomic delight was gritzwurst, a spicy hash-like concoction made from beef "parts" and steel-cut oats.

I'll bet you don't have a recipe for that on Food52! Makes about 11 dozen Do you want mary beth to share a recipe for gritzwurst? Healthy 3 Ingredient Pumpkin Cookies. Sallys Baking Addiction Favorite Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies. - Sallys Baking Addiction. These flavorful and moist pumpkin oatmeal cookies are super soft without being cakey. Truly one of my favorite ways to enjoy the fall! Your weekly daily dose of pumpkin is here. And you might want to listen up. This recipe is one of the best. You’re aware of my cakey pumpkin cookie problem, right? I gave myself a new challenge over the past few weeks… to keep things exciting. I’m an oatmeal cookie kind of girl. These cookies are better than I ever expected.

I brought the cookies to my friends Kristen and Seth before heading out to a double date sushi night. They’re dense like an oatmeal cookie should be, incredibly moist and soft-baked style without tasting like a cakey pumpkin muffin. I made three different varieties to share with my friends because I couldn’t choose what add-ins I wanted. The first? So many goodies to choose from for your pumpkin oatmeal cookies! A few preliminary notes about my pumpkin oatmeal cookies: (1) The dough is very heavy, sticky, and thick. . (4) The egg. Caribbean Lime Coolers recipe from Betty Crocker. Lemon Burst Cake Mix Cookies. Enjoy the burst of lemon flavor from these light and soft baked cookies. Lemon Burst cookies are made using a cake mix. I had a nice response last week with the Funfetti Cake Mix Cookies we made. One of my fabulous readers, Alicia of Home with the Hollands shared another cake mix cookies recipe with me in the comments.

It’s just as easy and involves a lemon cake mix and cool whip. I’m a HUGE fan of lemon, and Heather wanted a special treat to take into work for a co-worker’s birthday ……… easy and delicious was all I had time for. Lemon Burst Cake Mix Cookies Enjoy the burst of lemon flavor from these light and soft baked cookies. Ingredients 1 box Lemon Cake Mix* 1- 8 oz container Cool Whip 1 egg 1/3 cup powdered sugar (for rolling) Instructions Preheat oven to 350° In medium bowl, beat cool whip, egg and cake mix until well blended. Notes *Try these using strawberry or orange cake mix for variety. © TidyMom.

Copyright© 2009-2013 TidyMom.Net. JELL-O Pastel Cookies Recipe. Lime Sugar Cookies - Real Housemoms. It’s so hard to stop eating these Lime Sugar Cookies! The lime flavor is so refreshing with the sweetness of the sugar cookie, you’ll have a hard time stopping after just one! In the summer I love lime! It may be why I love margaritas so much. The citrus flavor just screams summer to me. These Lime Sugar Cookies really hit the spot!! Lime Sugar Cookies It's so hard to stop eating these Lime Sugar Cookies! Author: Aubrey Cota Recipe type: Dessert Serves: 4 dozen Ingredients 1 cup butter, softened 1¾ cup granulated sugar 1 egg 1 tsp vanilla 2 tsp lime juice 2 tsp lime zest 1 tsp baking soda ½ tsp baking powder ½ tsp salt 3 cups four Instructions The following two tabs change content below.

I’m Aubrey. Lemony Lemon Brownies – Best Yummy Recipes. Oh this looks yummy, and a springy twist on Brownies! Save (share) to your own page if you want to find easily again. Recipe from: Lemony Lemon Brownies Ingredients: 3/4 cup all-purpose flour {King Arthur All-Purpose Flour}3/4 cup granulated sugar1/4 teaspoon salt {Sea Salt}1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, softened2 large eggs2 tablespoons lemon zest2 tablespoons lemon juice For the tart lemon glaze: 4 tbsps lemon juice8 tsps lemon zest1 cup icing sugar Directions: Chewy S'mores Bars. Midterms week has arrived, and it’s kicking my butt. School’s in full gear, but I’m still craving summer! Until today, Tacoma has still been pretty sunny and warm, which is a total anomaly for here. That has allowed me to keep up the facade that it’s still sorta summer so I’m still allowed to make summery treats like pink sugar cookies and these s’mores bars.

However, the doomy gloomy rain of Tacoma decided to visit today, and I’m pretty sure the switch has been flipped. Summer is official gone (it’s October. Don’t worry! Fall has the best stuff. However, I know I’m not the only one still craving a little bit of summer. They’re no-bake (unless you use the oven to toast the marshmallows…), simple, summery, and super duper easy.

Ingredients 1 lb. bag mini marshmallows, divided 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) unsalted butter 4 cups Golden Grahams cereal 4 cups cocoa-flavored rice krispies (I used Cocoa Krispies) 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips Instructions Line and grease a 9"x13" pan. Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies - Life In The Lofthouse. Life has been crazy the past few days. My Dad had to go in for emergency surgery Monday night, and again on Tuesday. He’s very sick with complications from diabetes. I won’t go in to the gory details, but all I ask is that you keep him in your prayers. It would mean a lot :) As for these cookies, they are one of my favorites. I adore mint flavor and chocolate chip cookies, so the two combined is heaven to me. This recipe is SO easy. Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies1 pouch (1 lb 1.5 oz) Betty Crocker sugar cookie mix1/2 cup butter, softened1/4 teaspoon peppermint extract1 egg6-8 drops green food color1 cup creme de menthe baking chips1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Using a small cookie scoop or tablespoon, drop by spoonfuls onto an ungreased cookie sheet, placing 2 inches apart. Bake 8-10 minutes or until set. Recipe from: Betty Crocker.


~Creme Brulee Cookies. Give me a torch and I promise you, I can ‘Brulee’ any~thing! In fact, don’t sit still for too long at my house, because I might just cover you in sugar and chase you with a torch..really! ;) You just can’t beat a sweet, warm tender Sugar Cookie filled with ‘Vanilla Cream’ and topped with a crispy, burnt Sugar Shell! And those dark sugary Cookie edges are to die for! ~It’s Creme Brulee, in Cookie spoon or bowl required! Now you can pick up your Creme Brulee with one hand, and you’re free to go about your day!

What you’ll need for approx 15-20 medium Creme Brulee Cookies: 1 Roll of Pillsbury Sugar Cookies 1/2 cup White Sugar Vanilla Pudding (I used Pudding Cups, and I used 2 of them) A kitchen torch Directions: Bake the Cookies according to the directions. Fill that dent with some of the Vanilla Pudding… Top it with a sprinkling of Sugar…. Now, fire up that torch~~Crisp up the Sugar just until it’s golden and candy-like… Oatmeal Dried Fruit Cookies Recipe. Butterscotch Apple Pudding Cookies. These Butterscotch Apple Pudding Cookies are phenom! You could easily adapt them using any pudding flavor you’d like! Love a soft pudding cookie! Wait! Don’t go! Before you dismiss these cookies with the usual, “I don’t like butterscotch yada yada”, stay with me. I’m not gonna steer you wrong, I swear. I mean if you like caramel, you’ll like butterscotch. The main difference is butterscotch is made with brown sugar, while caramel is made with white.

See? I’ve changed your mind already, haven’t I? And also, if your only dealings with butterscotch are the ones that your granny used to keep in her purse, let’s all agree that we’re talking apples and oranges here. Not that there’s anything wrong with Granny Butterscotch. Today we’re talking about Butterscotch Pudding cookies, loaded with chunks of apples and white chocolate chips. I heart these cookies. Now let me tell you, the idea for these started with me going in one direction…and the cookies literally going in the other. See photo below… Amazing!! Earl Grey Tea Cookies.

The weather changed ever so slightly this week; there's a briskness and nip to the air that even in the sunshine leads our thoughts to tea. A hot cup of tea is an essential cold-weather ritual for many of us, and what is tea without a cookie? Of course, many of us drink tea year-round, not just in cold weather, but we've been indulging in the afternoon ritual of proper tea and small cookie a little more frequently this week. Here's an easy recipe for a little cookie good with tea or milk, whipped up quickly in the bowl of your food processor.

These cookies are rather literal and Amelia Bedelia-esque in that they really contain tea leaves, which are ground fine with the flour and give them a rich yet delicate flavor. With the buttery crunch of a sophisticated shortbread, these are dangerously addictive. Fortunately, this is an icebox cookie. This batch size just fits into my 4-cup KitchenAid food processor. Earl Grey Tea Cookies makes 2 dozen Preheat oven to 375°F. (Image: Faith Durand) Chocolate-Cherry Clusters, Recipe from Everyday Food, January/February 2011. Chewy Chocolate Chunk-Cherry Cookies. Caramel Apple-Oatmeal Cookies recipe from Betty Crocker. Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars. A little while ago I woke up with a deep yearning to make a cookie-like dessert that wasn’t a regular cookie. I was torn between making mini lemon meringue pies and making peanut butter and jelly bars. So I went over to the Framed Cooks Facebook page and asked folks to help me decide. The mini lemon meringue pies won in a landslide, and so that’s what I made that day, and if you’d like to take a look at these cute little pies, click here.

However, the minority voters for the pb&j bars were passionately enthusiastic. (These voters included the teenager, who is away at college. Anyway, I couldn’t leave the pb&j fans hanging, and so please don’t tell the teenager, but I went ahead and made ‘em. Obviously, this recipe calls for both peanut butter and jelly, and I have strong feelings about both.

(Don’t you just hate it when you are licking out the empty peanut butter jar and you can’t quite reach all the way to the bottom of it? So, my beloved pb&j fans, this one’s for you! Ingredients. 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! It made shooting 8 straight days in a row fly by and we really had a good time shooting. The lovely women of Piccolo Chef are the people I’m referring to. 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! Directions: 1. Chewy Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies Recipe. Banana Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies. I love bananas, but I can never eat them fast enough, they always turn brown. I don’t mind though because then I have an excuse to bake:) I usually make banana bread or banana cinnamon chip cake, but I recently made banana chocolate chip oatmeal cookies and now I am hooked. They are delicious! The banana keeps the cookies moist and soft and you can’t go wrong by adding in chocolate chips. If you are looking for a new banana recipe, give these cookies a try. Oh and a little tip-keep brown bananas in the freezer, so you can bake banana treats anytime. Banana Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, at room temperature 1/2 cup light brown sugar, packed 1/4 cup granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 large egg 1 large banana, mashed 1 ¼ cups all purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 cups old fashioned oats 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips Directions: In a medium bowl, whisk together flour, baking soda, and salt.

Makes 2 1/2 dozen cookies. Christmas Cornflake Wreath Cookies Recipe - - 153446. Peppermint Snowball Cookies Recipe from Betty Crocker. Cheesecake Stuffed Oatmeal Cookie | Bakingblonde’s Weblog. I was in the mood for an oatmeal cookie and wanted to try a new recipe. I love oatmeal cookies because they give the illusion of being ‘good’ for you! I found this recipe on a blog totally dedicated to the wonderful Oatmeal Cookie. The combinations that he comes up with amazes me, if you are in need of a new cookie, definatley check out his blog. While I usually use my tried and true recipe, I settled for an oatmeal cookie that is stuffed with a cream cheese mixtures before baking. What could be more ‘good’ for you than adding dairy to your wholesome oatmeal cookie?? If you are planning on whipping these up quickly, think again.

As for the filling, the cream cheese filling is basic but you could add flavored extracts to jazz it up a bit if you so desired (almond or coconut extract would be yummy). I did find this dough a little difficult to work with because even after chilling for 30 minutes it was hard to get the dough to form a ball that was not super sticky. Ables. Like this: Soft white filled cookies. Before I officially start writing this post, I need to get something off my chest.

I love visiting my parents. But……I can’t seem to tear myself away from my pet boarder’s web cam. You see, they actually have a camera set up in the “kitty condo” room so you can observe your precious pet at play. However, I’ve been (admittedly) watching said web cam now for days and all I’ve seen so far is a glimpse of Dexter’s bushy black tail. Is it normal to miss you cat so much when you travel? Your cat? Anyway! The real name of these soft raspberry jam filled sugar cookies is “daddy’s filled cookies”, “daddy” being my grandpa. After a rather intense conversation with Grandma two weeks ago, I need you to know that these cookies are not, in fact, sandwich cookies. You can make these cookies ahead of time, but just be sure to store them between pieces of wax paper in a sealed tupperware container. Aren’t they just pretty? “Grandma? Soft White Filled Cookies (“Daddy’s Cookies”) Print this recipe! 1 egg. Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies. Chewy Cocoa Coffee Cookies.