Well you see, when you get into cooking, then your grandmother gets you a subscription to Taste of Home, then you decide to go to culinary school… You end up with a huge recipe collection. Lots of things to drool over that you know you’ll never get around to making. That is, unless you make…
Georgia’s cookie features the state’s signature peaches and sneaks sweet potato into a vegan snickerdoodle.
Florida’s cookies are a chill and slice cookie with zest and juice from key limes, dusted with confectioner’s sugar.
Washington DC’s cookie is a star-shaped cutout with tart cherries and white chocolate stripes.
Delaware’s cookie is full of chocolate chunks and drizzled with homemade caramel sauce.
Connecticut’s cookie evokes flavors of eggnog: nutmeg, rum, and vanilla. Perfect for Christmas.
Colorado’s cookie is a gluten-free, dairy-free crunchy cookie with coconut oil, peanut butter and oatmeal
California’s cookie is shortbread with cinnamon, mini chocolate chips and a whole lot of chopped almonds.
Arkansas’s cookie is a caramel-stuffed chocolate crackle cookie rolled in chopped pecans.
Alaska’s cookie has a scoop of vanilla ice cream, mixed berries, and a mound of toasty meringue on a cranberry-studded shortbread cookie base.
Arizona’s cookie features ground pecans in its shortbread, a vanilla-orange glaze, and a gem-bright dollop of prickly pear jelly.
Well, I may be getting to bake those Arizona cookies this weekend (or tomorrow; we’re due for a blizzard), because the prickly pear jelly came in, yay! No wonder shipping was so cheap; it was packed in a bubble envelope! It was also wrapped in a lot of bubble wrap, so unless someone crushed it,…
I’m still here! My husband’s birthday was this weekend and I made him a completely from scratch (we’ll, it’s not like I made the Graham crackers that the crust was made from) banana cream pie, one of his favorites. That means the baby let me make the crust and homemade custard without a fuss. What…