These snickerdoodle cookies are so delicious, and they have the best texture. They are so fast to put together too! I actually got it from an old recipe that my Great Grandma had clipped out of a newspaper. Grandma always knows best!
These are like the yummy puppy chow cereal treats but as a cookie! Use your favorite peanut butter cookie recipe, I always use recipe #810 (sooo good) or buy a cookie mix to make it easy. Based off recipe from www.bettycrocker.com
My sister's co-worker brought these to a party and they were quite a hit. I don't know where the recipe came from originally.
"Bark" is an artificial chocolate or vanilla candy coating/confectioner's coating used to make a treat called almond bark and can be found at most grocery stores near the chocolate chips.
You can use chocolate chips and white chocolate chips if you don't have almond bark, but I have found that almond bark melts better and is easier to work with.
This recipe was featured in an email from the www.kingarthurflour.com website: "Here it is, the simplest, easiest biscotti recipe you'll ever follow. Biscotti bake twice rather than once, and thus take a bit longer start-to-finish than normal drop cookies. But the dough is put together exactly like drop cookie dough. And if your kitchen skills include shaping a meatloaf and slicing a loaf of bread, you've got what it takes to make delicious, gorgeous biscotti."
As Mary Poppins would say, these are practically perfect in every way!! They have more chocolate and less sugar/butter than most no-bake cookies. Brown sugar adds depth of flavor, while extra vanilla and a pinch of salt liven it up. Besides, they are quick and easy, and everyone loves them! I think you could reduce the sugar even more, but they're great as written. Try them with extra dark (Dutch process) cocoa powder...mmmm.
Beautiful delicate sugar cookie with red swirls of raspberry/coconut/walnut filling. I've been making these since I was 11, and I can't count how many times I've been asked for the recipe. I usually toast the coconut and walnuts for the raspberry filling. I love to make these as gifts or for cookie exchanges around Christmas. I think these came from a magazine, maybe "Southern Living."
I was looking for a good Nutella cookie recipe and found this on Recipe Goldmine. It's crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside and makes the house smell *heavenly* while it's baking. I would recommend using chopped hazelnuts instead of walnuts or pecans to enhance the Nutella flavor.
These cookies resemble oatmeal cookies, but they are crispier and have a unique taste. They don't contain any wheat, gluten, common headache triggers, milk or eggs. They're a nice treat for someone on a restrictive diet like mine, but I think they'll appeal to others too. (It didn't take long for my husband to ask for a second one, and he can eat anything.) I've only made this recipe at high altitude (5200 feet), so you'll have to test my low altitude suggestions.
My 4-year old daughter actually had the idea for this little twist on an old favorite. We were making regular no bake cookies and she said "Mommy, I want some marshmallows in it." Next time I make them I am going to substitute graham cracker crumbs for the oats to make S'more cookies!
This recipe is very easy to put together and takes practically no time to make. Try other flavors of cake mixes if you like. When I make them, I use 2 cups (total) of peanut butter chips and chocolate chips mixed together. Very easy to whip up at halftime!