I store balls of this cookie dough in the freezer, so yummy and wholesome home-baked cookies are just minutes away. And, they're great warm from the oven. —Sandra Castillo, Janesville, Wisconsin Skip links
Do any of you not like peanut butter? Brett and I (and Harper too now!) go through insane amounts of peanut butter. I eat it most mornings with my oatmeal. I use it in energy bites. Brett loves it with a freshly cut up apple. The list is endless. We recently moved into our friend’s house which we’re subleasing for the next few months and my friend left behind a few tubs of peanut butter for us to use. Paired with the two bags that I brought with us from our previous house, we were stocked! Yet, while making these
Spiced with cinnamon sticks, allspice and caramel, this warm-you-up sipper will chase away winter's chill. Serve brimming mugs alongside a platter of festive cookies at your next holiday gathering. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen Skip links
Think of these as an elegant Oreo. An elegant, giant Oreo. Deeply chocolatey, with a white chocolate based cream that's far more satisfying than sugar paste, these are cookies you can eat alone, or filled, or double filled. Don't tell Keller.
I received this an email from ATK. I substituted dried cranraisins for the dried cherries, semi-sweet chocolate chips for bittersweet chocolate and used my hand mixer. Dried cranberries may also be used instead of the cherries. Quick oats may be used instead but will yield a cookie with slightly less chewiness. These cookies will keep for 4 to 5 days stored in airtight container or zipper-lock bag, but they will lose their crisp exterior and become uniformly chewy after a day or so. I only baked one cookie tray at a time. These were very good. I froze them in individual bags for a sweet treat.
I modified Beatrice's Excellent Oatmeal cookies very slightly. I came up with something that my boyfriend went CRAZY over! I've never seen him enjoy cookies to that extent! He said I blew his mother's recipe away.