Chewy chocolate chip cookies guaranteed to bring home a blue ribbon! The edges are perfectly crisp and caramelized while the centre stays soft and chewy. They’re also super easy to make – mix them up by hand and no need to chill before baking!
Soft and chewy sugar cookies covered in colourful sprinkles and as big as your hand! This is my copycat recipe of ones we’ve had from a fancy downtown bakery. And yes, you can make them regular size, but there’s nothing more fun than handing someone such a giant cookie and seeing the smile on their face!
Rum balls are a super simple, no bake holiday treat you probably have everything for in your kitchen already. Non-alcoholic instructions too!
Cookie press shortbread cookies are sweet, buttery, and just melt in your mouth. They’re a classic holiday cookie everybody loves, and oh so easy to make!
These classic rolled shortbread cookies are crisp and buttery with just a hint of salty sweetness. They’re a classic holiday staple, and so easy to make!
These soft and chewy ginger cookies are a staple of our Christmas cookies lineup. A soft, chewy center with crisp and caramelized edges and so flavourful!
Chocolate chip cookies that are thick and chewy inside with crisp caramelized edges and the perfect amount of chocolate. Seriously the best ever!
These lemon crinkle cookies are SO GOOD! Chewy inside and crispy around the edge, this recipe is a keeper!
Crisp and delicate butter cookies dipped in dark chocolate and covered with toasted almonds (or sprinkles)
Classic Lemon Madeleines are the soft and delicate cookie of your dreams. A guaranteed cookie jar favorite (if they even make it into it!)
Pecan sandies are some of my favorite cookies: full of toasty pecan pieces with a crisp edge and slightly chewy center, they just melt in your mouth. Biting into one of these is like biting into my childhood. My great-grandmother Melinda (Nan to all of us), always had a bag of these cookies in her…
Thick and chewy vanilla cookies loaded with tiny bites of salted toffee and roasted almonds. Just like the ones Panera Bread used to sell , and Mrs. Fields makes (without the roasted nuts).
When I was in college I took a psych course that I absolutely loved. Mostly because the teacher was one of the nicest, sweetest ladies I’d ever met (Hi Mrs. Anderson!). On one of the last days of class she baked cookies for us and brought them in. I loved them, asked for the recipe,…
The holidays are officially in full swing now. This means that from today, through to January 1, my home is consistently full of the sweet, sweet smells of baking (you’re allowed to be jealous, but also understand that this means I need to get my gym routine back up). One of my favourite cookies to make…
I wanted to do this yesterday, because what better way to get over the middle of the week “ughs” than chocolate chip cookies, but I got wrapped up in painting and sparkles, as it goes. So, how about a little Thursday “WOO HOO! Tomorrow is Friday! OMG best ever super thin, extra crisp, chocolate chip…
If you’ve ever tried those almond roca candies, you’ll know where I’m going with this. The candies have a hard almond toffee center, are covered in milk chocolate, and then rolled in toasted almonds. They’re basically a perfect bite of awesome. A few years ago I found a recipe for squares in a Martha Stewart magazine that had…