Cookie Chronicles’ Irish Oatmeal Stout Cookies were mentioned in Serious Eats “Share Your Sweets: Oatmeal Cookies.” View the post here.
Cookie Chronicles Vegan Cashew Date Cookies were featured on Serious Eats “Share Your Sweets: Vegan.” See the post here.
This cookie is to celebrate the beginning of my life as a dual Italian American citizen. Read more about my path to dual Italian-American citizenship here. I’d never baked with chestnut flour before but I wanted to try something authentically Italian to mark this special occasion. This biscotti–one of my favorite kinds of cookie–has a … Continue reading
This cookie is inspired by the classic poolside cocktail. And the flavor similarity is uncanny! They have a nice crust with a chewy inside. A sophisticated addition to any summer party. Ingredients 6 ounces vanilla wafers 1 cup almonds (untoasted), finely ground. 1 cup shredded coconut plus one additional cup for coating 3 T confectioner’s … Continue reading
American Independence Day is a call to commemorate our history with electrifying fireworks, stretch out our beach towels and crank up some American tunes in our backyards. For me, it’s time to pull the checkered table cloth over the picnic table, fire up the grill and celebrate food that is native to our diverse and … Continue reading
Cookie Chronicles’ Lemon Fig Ravioli Awarded Best Cookie Recipe Ever on Better Recipes.com. Read Better Recipes’ wrap up here.
Christianna is honored that Taste of Home magazine recognized Cookie Chronicle’s recipe for Cardamom Blackberry Linzer Cookies as first place in their annual cookie contest! The recipe will appear in the November 2013 edition.
Zimsterne are a delightfully unique cookie. The special texture makes for a chewy and crispy bite in one. Continue reading
These German cookies (pronounced LAYB-koo-ken) date back to the 13th century. They are cakey and extremely flavorful, reminiscent of a mix between fruitcake and gingerbread. They do not contain butter so these cookies are dairy free. A great holiday or tea cookie! Ingredients 3/4 c AP flour 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp salt … Continue reading