Soft Gingerbread cookies are Christmas traditon, one I started 4 years back with my little guy. Avyan was the over the mood excited to cut out the cookie dough and then even frost the cookies along with his Dad. These Christmas cookies is a must every year.
These Meringue Cookies are light and crisp sweet little bites! All you need is 5 basic ingredients and little time in hand to make these airy morsels. There are a few little things you need to be careful about but once you get the hang of it, you will be making these cookies more often.
Mildly crispy on the esges, but chewy inside, these Oatmeal Raisin Cookies are a favorite all year round. With the flavors of brown sugar, vanilla and a hint of cinnamon, these cookies got the best flavor and texture. Plus, did I say it’s SUPER EASY to make? Just a pan, and a wooden spoon or a rubber spatula is all you need.
Whimsical and fun is how I would like to describe these Candy Cane Cookies. Definitely not all that neatly shaped but my son’s eye twinkled as I surprised him with these, and he then gave his happy yummy dance.
Valentine’s Day Heart Shortbread Cookies are easy cut out cookies made with just 3 basic ingredients. Buttery melting in mouth cut into tiny heart shape to indulge on this Valentine’s day or share with your loved ones.
These Ginger Cinnamon Molasses Cookies are packed with the warmth flavor of ginger with a hint of cinnamon. The molasses gives a depth of flavor and the gorgeous color to the cookies. I baked it 2 ways, chewy and crispy!
Continuing with the holiday season indulgence, I am now gearing up for all kind of Christmas cakes and cookies! Last weekend, I baked these Button, Star & Leaf Cut Out Sugar Cookies, along with my little helper. You have to pardon the terrible piping skills on the cookie, but I am assuring you on the taste.
Crispy thin and mildly sweet, this Fuljhuri Pitha is a famous sweet dish from Bangladesh. It’s extremely moreish and tough to stop at just one. You will find yourself reaching out for more. A great teatime snack and kids love it too! In South India it’s called Achappam and Rose Cookies in other places! Scandinavian traditional Rosette Cookies are extremely similar, except they dip the warm cookies in sugar and cinnamon just like churros.
If you need an Easter Egg treat to bake with your kids, let this Cream Cheese Easter Egg Cookies be the one. The cookie dough is easy to put together and kids always love cutting out cookie dough. There is no frosting needed and that makes it mess-free work for the parents. Last weekend, I baked these with Avyan. The boy loves colors, so you can imagine his excitement. He was a happy bunny! The recipe is similar to Easter Egg Sugar Cookies, except it’s tastier because of the addition of cream cheese in it. Cream cheese makes the cookies…
Over the past few years, a lot of baking bloggers have inspired me with their cookie wreath photography. I had gawked, admired and planned to try something similar until I finally implemented it last week. I made these soft almond orange snowflake cookies. These Almond Sugar cookies have the richness of almond and a subtle orange taste. The icing that I used is super easy with just two ingredients.
3 key ingredients, some fresh lemon zest and juice along with some fresh thyme leaves is all it requires for this quick easy buttery Lemon Thyme Shortbread Cookies! The dough comes together easy and doesn’t even need a stand mixer. A bowl and a rubber spatula are enough. The dough rolls out easy and it’s fun to cut it out in your desired shapes.
On the last Thursday of every month, Avyan’s preschool arranges a joint monthly birthday celebration with pizza and cookies. It’s a pretty clever idea. It prevents the kids from going sugar high throughout the month. Since last month was my Piscean, Lego lover boy’s month, I wanted to send some treats for the party. These Rainbow Sprinkled Alphabet Shortbread Cookies felt absolutely perfect for the occasion. The teachers loved the idea and the kids left no crumbs in the box.