This is based on a Rachael Ray recipe. I've made them twice, and both times they've turned out perfectly. While they seem like a holiday cookie, they're nice any time of the year when you have a couple of egg whites to use up.
I combined and modified two recipes to create this one. I took them to work and everyone commented "These are the best cookies I have ever tasted!" What makes them different is the melted white chocolate in the batter. They are out of this world! Please let me know what you think.
From Martha Stewart. These are YUMMY! And unlike some of her recipes, they are really easy. I make them in big batches as fall gifts (great for Thanksgiving teacher's gifts). Be sure to use real maple syrup- none of that fake junk
I know... Not ANOTHER chocolate chip cookie recipe... BUT, you'll find that these are sheer perfection, large bakery-style, thick and chewy, cookies that taste as good as they look with a fool-proof set of instructions. It was pointed out to me that this recipe is from Baking Illustrated, perhaps so as I wrote down the ingredients from a morning show years ago! Thanks for letting me know.
From the book: Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream & Dessert Book", by Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield. Semisweet chocolate, white chocolate, chocolate covered almonds, pecans — how can you not love this Ben & Jerry's perennial favorite? Give yourself an hour or so and you'll have a dessert to die for.
My friend would absolutely kill me if she knew I was putting this online. It took me 3 years to get this from her. They are so moist and almost cake like, I think this has to do with the amount of sugar. I dont even like sugar cookies but these are my second favorite cookie (my first is always the pumpkin chip cookies that my grandmother made).
This is a family favorite that I have been making for years. It's the most requested oatmeal cookie recipe I've ever made. I found it somewhere years ago, but have lost the source. The secret is soaking the raisins which makes all the difference.
These are a must at our house during the holidays. They don't last long, That is why I like this larger recipe.I think that BUTTER is a must in Pecan Sandies. Enjoy (prep time does not include chill time.)
I used this recipe when I won a Blue Ribbon at the South Plains Fair in Lubbock, Texas in 1981. It came from a cookbook my mother received as a Wedding gift in 1952. I don't know the name of the Cookbook and the only copy of the recipe I have is hand written by my mother which is priceless to me. A batch of these cookies was the only thing my father in-law wanted from me for his birthday, Father's day and Christmas. I hope you enjoy them. The real trick to them is not to over cook them (it will make them to crunchy) or under cook them ( it will make them to soft), you want a balance between the two.
This recipe is one that's been in my family for years. Mom would always make some around the holidays and they are always a hit, these don't last long so you might want to make an extra batch for yourself to enjoy LOL.
requested recipe. I haven't tried yet myself, as biscotti are very easy to make one a regular basis...I will post some of my biscotti recipes...look for Cherry chocolate Biscotti, and my Special K Biscotti recipes....