These melt-in-the-mouth, buttery-nutty cookies are a favorite in Austria, Germany, and other countries.
These apricot-filled bars are rich and sweet, so you can cut them smaller than many other bar cookies.
Very Merry Cookie Party: How to Plan and Host a Christmas Cookie Exchange has just been published by Chronicle Books. Barbara Grunes and I worked very hard to make this a great book. As the title suggests, we offer suggestions
Both gooey and elegant, with their jewel-like filling, Linzer Bars make an ideal cookie for the holidays—or any time of year.
This is my variation on the classic Toll House chocolate chip cookie recipe. It makes a cookie that is a bit less sweet and a little thicker and softer than the original. I also like to make the cookies a bit larger.
The most popular version of this recipe calls for crushed cornflakes, but I’ve always liked the combination of oats and butterscotch, so I use toasted oats cereal (such as Cheerios).
There are tons of chocolate chip cookie recipes out there, but it’s hard to beat the original recipe, still found on packages of Nestle Toll House Morsels. This recipe yields the classic chocolate chip cookie, crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside. I often play with the recipe just a bit to make the cookies a bit less sweet and a little thicker and softer; check out my revised version of the classic chocolate chip cookie.