Passover just isn’t Passover without macaroons! Since flour is forbidden during Passover, macaroons are the perfect sweet, with coconut and almond being the traditional favorites. Macaroons should be crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.
These cookies were first posted 8 years ago, and finally I got around to making them. Recently I’ve experimented with baking cookies on round stones versus baking on parchment lined cookie sheets. These cookies definitely turned out best on the … Continue reading
I made these cookies at the inn today and one of our guests remarked that it made the whole inn smell like Fall. This isn’t your typical oatmeal cookie. It’s a very chewy spicy version.
As a child, I loved to make cookies and pie dough. My mother was a thoroughly “modern” woman during the ’60s, so TV dinners were our mainstay. But cookies were my domain, and I loved trying any cookie with chocolate. … Continue reading
We love this chewy cookie. We used both kinds of raisins in this batch but have made them with only dark ones and with only golden ones. Make sure to not over bake to keep the wonderful chewy texture. Soaking … Continue reading
These are the best cookies I have ever tasted! This recipe is by Yellow Bliss Road.
Sylvie has been with us for several years. Sylvie is not old enough to be a Broad but she is one talented chick. Talented in whatever she does. She is a singer, dancer, actress, dog lover and baker to the … Continue reading
True confession here. I love sweets and all my life I’ve loved to make desserts that are stirred in a bowl and then plopped into a pan. Easy AND sweet. So these butterscotch brownies have been in my repertoire for … Continue reading