I am a liar. I have a recipe on this blog called ‘best chocolate chip cookies in the world’. They’re not. These are.
The old cookies are good, don’t get me wrong. But they’re a bit like reflecting on boys you dated in high school. They were nice and all, but not the real deal. Is that appropriate? Meh.
These are unmistakably homemade cookies. They’ve got that chunkiness to them, and randomness of ingredients like cornflakes and cherries, that no mass producing cookie company would ever market.
Christmas huh. How did that happen? If you, like me, have found it’s suddenly the latter half of December and you haven’t done a thing…read on friend. I’m here to help.
Over the next week I’m
throwing together baking with love some gifts for friends and family. Um, if you think you are one of those friends or family who will be getting these gifts maybe you should stop reading. Otherwise, here are some easy, cheap and super tasty gifts. (more…)
I need to talk to you about putting coffee in double chocolate, chocolate-chip cookies.
And, well, this is important.
no kitty, I’m not sharing
Did you know that adding coffee to chocolate baked goods actually intensifies the chocolate flavour?
And, did you know that coffee releases adrenaline and bumps up your dopamine levels?
And that chocolate contains a unique natural substance that creates a sense of euphoria?
I’m trying to figure out why I can’t stop eating them. (more…)
These seem to be the cookies of people’s childhoods. Whether out of the packet or made my mum, people remember these.
They also seem to go by a few names, like Jam drops or Jam cookies. That’s OK. Call them what you like, they’re lovely buttery shortbread cookies,with a soft jam centre.
I’d been meaning to make these for awhile but had it in my head that they’d be tricky. They’re not. (more…)