These look really cute and tasty. An Elvis favorite in a cookie sandwich form, perhaps? It comes from the Smucker's website, but you could use any brand peanut butter I'm sure. Prep and Cook times are guesses.
Found this recipe while looking for an Iraqi chicken and potatoes dish requested in the NA/ME forum. (From chicken to cookies, yes my mind wanders.) Saw this and thought it would be a great addition to 'Zaar for all my cardamom loving friends. The original recipe is from "The World of Jewish Cooking." Posting for some future ZWT.
These biscuits (cookies in America) are called Anzacs because they were baked by Australian women and sent to their ANZAC soldier sons/husbands serving in Europe and Middle east during WW I. It was more like 2 months before they were received back then, so they certainly do travel well! :-) ** Please note that 1 Australian Tablespoon = 20 mls whereas in most others countries it = 15 mls. Anzac Biscuits
These are called Koulourakia in Greece, and is traditionally served at Easter and Christmas time, but they are wonderful to make at any time. After you have twisted the dough 4-5 times you can shape it into any shape you desire before baking, I shape it into a candy cane form for Christmas. Store these in an airtight container
This is another tried and true recipe from Grandma. She always made her own jams and jellies and depending on what fruit was in season that was the fruit of choice for these cookies. Best - Apricot!!! 2nd Strawberry or Raspberry -- You make the choice, they are all good.
I clipped this from a Reader's Digest about 3 years ago. It was in an advertisement for Land O Lakes butter. These cookies live up to their name. Lemony and buttery and oh so tender, they almost do melt in your mouth! Prep time includes chill time.
This is a recipe my mother used to make when I was growing up. She used to make these a few days before Purim, and I could never resist having one or two until then. Now that I'm all grown up me and my mother do it together.
A warm, deep taste that really envelops the mouth, with two different levels of nutty flavour. A heavenly experience! I suggest using quality -crunchy- peanut butter (where the ingredients = 100% roasted peanuts ONLY). One bowl recipe.
These are wonderful soft and chewy ginger cookies. They make a lovely afternoon treat or could be put in a lunch box. They are originally from "Hey, Mom! I'm Hungry!" by Susan Powter and were supposed to be cookies to use to make ice cream sandwiches. Honestly, though, they never last long enough in our house to put ice cream between them! They are gobbled up as soon as they are cool enough to hold!