I’ve made a lot of chocolate chip cookies over the years. I remember being 9 or 10 and feeling so excited the first time I made them all by myself. I quickly discovered that if you know how to bake a good cookie, you will always have friends! These cookies are so delicious. If you’re on the lookout for a better chocolate chip cookie recipe, you must give this one a try!
This is my go-to favorite Valentine’s Day dessert! You can serve it anytime of the year, of course, but the combination of rich cream cheese, smooth indulgent chocolate, and tangy red raspberries makes it absolutely perfect for this holiday.
Guest post from Michelle of The Willing Cook Christmastime can affect all of our senses; the smells and tastes of baking cookies, the twinkling of simple white or brightly colored lights, the warmth of a glowing fire. Nothing says Christmas to me like trays full of brightly decorated sugar cookies, pumpkin rolls, wedding cookies, date bars, plum pudding, gingerbread bars, and on and on. I’m sure that I’m not alone.
Guest post from Michelle of The Willing Cook. Traditions are a big part of our Christmas celebrations and observances. Just saying that probably stirs up a few images in your head.
Guest post from Brigette Shevy. These bars are one of my all-time favorite holiday treats! If you want to meet new people and make new friends, just take a plate of these decadent candy-bar-like cookies to a Christmas party — you will have people begging you for the recipe! They are very rich (which means one pan goes a long way!), indulgent, and an amazing addition to a plate of assorted homemade Christmas goodies.
I found this recipe on Grin & Bake It that looked like a fun twist on my World’s Easiest Christmas Candy recipe. So naturally, I had to give it a try. It was fun to make — and the end result is delicious. It’s sweeter than the other recipe and doesn’t have as much of the sweet and salty flavor thing going that I love in my other recipe, but this recipe is fantastic in its own right.