Share List Oatmeal is good for you, right? So these Oatmeal Cookies with Dark Chocolate & Walnuts are really really good for you…… Okay maybe not – but these cookies are swoonworthy – and definitely packed with flavor. I like that they use old-fashioned oats – I think they hold up better, they don’t “dissolve” into the cookie – which means a better oatmeal-cookie-texture. Use semi-sweet chips if you prefer, >> Get the Recipe!
Share List These tasty butter cookies are a holiday tradition in our home. While you can dye and color the dough to make green trees or whatever you like, I prefer the plain sugar cookies with sprinkles and redhots as decoration. You need a cookie press for this recipe. You could roll them in logs and refrigerate and slice, but it’s just not the same. I got my cookie press on >> Get the Recipe!
Share List I love ginger cookies – not the dense, tasteless gingerbread men with the too-sweet frosting – I like ginger/spice cookies that are not as sweet and taste great with a hot cup of coffee – dunked of course. This recipe is pretty tasty and has A LOT of spices in it – hopefully you have this in your cabinet and you aren’t running out the buy a spice >> Get the Recipe!
Share List These are a much requested cookie in our house. Todd likes them with Pecans as well as Walnuts – so choose whichever you like. They freeze, transport and mail quite well. They don’t get super brown – so don’t overbake waiting for them to brown up! In some cookies, it is okay to substitute margarine – but these just dont taste or turn out the same if you >> Get the Recipe!
Share List NO BREAD! Prep ahead as this one sits overnight – you don’t HAVE to let it sit – but if your potatoes are still frozen when you put it in the oven, plan on a bit of extra baking time. I really don’t like soggy bread bake things – including french toast – so finding a breakfast casserole recipe was a bit difficult. I made this one out >> Get the Recipe!
Share List I love apple pie, honestly I love pie, but I hate making pie crust and I think it’s a waste of time. Its futzy and never turns out great for me – so…confession time…I buy pie crust. Pillsbury does a completely acceptable job, and it makes throwing a pie together pretty fast. Generally pie crusts come 2 in a package, so you could make 1 apple pie, or >> Get the Recipe!