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I have been stress baking due to the college quarter ending and finals have doomed upon me.

I whipped up these scrumptious thumbprint jam cookies last night. The jam is premade. The shortbread is just right imo. I don't have a mixer so I creamed the butter by hand. The mixture can be a bit dense so may be hard for folks who don't have a lot of hand strength/dexterity.

I picked up the recipe on the site "Jen's Favorite Cookies". I did not roll the cookies in sugar prebake though, as I thought that would be too sweet. I think the jam added all the all piazza I needed. I made them a little big because I wasn't sure the ratio, so I let them cook about 5 minutes by themselves and then put them in for the 15 minutes the recipe calls for. I ended up adding an additional 5 minutes at the end because I like a crispy edge.

Ingredients, Equipment, Instructions )

Sorry to deprive y'all of my amateur photography skills but I am not sure of any hosting sites. :/
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Adapted from The Ellen Sinclair Cookbook (which is really hard to find these days, why yes, I am smug to have got hold of a copy).

Dietary and accessibility notes )

Measurements are in Australian standards

Ingredients and method )

NOM.

My housemate describes these as "like rich tea biscuits on steroids". This is an accurate description.

I might consider adding nutmeg and cinnamon next time.
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Very easy recipe, great for the fall and winter seasons. My mom emailed the recipe under the title: Excellent Cookies (thanks, Mom). I didn't realize exactly what I was making until the end! They look and taste just like ginger snaps.

Recipe & Photo )
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I promised to copy down the recipe from my great-grandmother's recipe collection (which is written in the old German script, so you better appreciate!), and I figured that I might as well go all the way.

Therefore:

Vanilla Crescents - Vanillekipferl


(You can click on the images to see a giant version)

Image-heavy recipe under the cut! )
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[personal profile] amadi
This is not my recipe in the way that the others I've shared thus far have been. I didn't do too much improvising with this one, because it was my first go around with gluten-free anything. This one comes almost directly from celiac.com, though the recipe there is poorly written. Mind you, for someone who is highly sensitive to gluten, it's my understanding that using your regular, gluteny equipment might pose a problem, so you might not want to serve this to dear Aunt Emma unless you check with her first.

Gluten Free Corn Biscotti )
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Incredibly rich and delicious three-part layered cookies: a sumptious chocolate base with a milky filling that melts in your mouth (mmmmh) "protected" by a coat of nougat.

Try and rope someone into helping you -- it's more fun and a lot faster to prepare these cookies together! Good for families, flatmates, guests, birthday parties etc., they need to be used up fast (within ~4 days) and are a bit too rich to munch on your lonesome.

This recipe will yield lots of cookies -- about 3 cookie sheets full.

(European measurements only, sorry :/)

alt

ingredients & preparation )
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[personal profile] amadi
The name isn't a typo, it's a nod to a the main ingredient, which is what gives the cookie a special texture.

Crispies Cookies )
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[personal profile] amadi
And now, your make-up cookie. These are amazingly good, a combination of everything that's good about cookies, really, chocolatey, peanut buttery, rich and just plainly delicious.

Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cookies )
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I owe you all a cookie recipe! Yesterday went all haywire and I didn't get one posted, so today I will post two. First up, one for Saturday, when there's a little extra time for a baking project. This is my fussed around version of the delicious almond cookies that are typically only available at Chinese restaurants. The ones at restaurants, I've learned, are typically made with lard, if made on-site, or with the cheapest form of shortening if pre-bought. Yuck and double yuck. This version is less crumbly and more flavorful, in my opinion, and made with good, old-fashioned butter.

Almond Cookies )
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These are not cookies making an effort at healthy. But they're sugar cookies, and who doesn't love a good sugar cookie? And even better, they're also on the easier side of sugar cookies, requiring no rolling, which is the bane of my personal existence. They require a few hours of lead time, but I'm willing to make dough a day (or three!) ahead of time if I don't have to roll it! This recipe makes about three dozen cookies.

No Roll Sugar Cookies )
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[personal profile] amadi
It's my birthday, and so I'm being indulgent. This is my favorite cookie. In fact, it's a cookie based on my favorite cake. Red velvet cake, however, is complicated. Red velvet cookies on the other hand? Easy peasy.

Frosted Red Velvet Cookies )
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I asked on Twitter what sort of recipe I should post today, and [personal profile] hily said "something healthyish." Now healthy cookie is, to me, an idea on the verge of blasphemy... or is it? These cookies are loaded with fruit, fiber and nuts, get a dose of good iron from the molasses and are fairly low in fat, too. Can't beat that in a cookie, can you?

Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies )
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From now through May 16, I will be posting a new cookie recipe every day in celebration of [community profile] three_weeks_for_dw, an effort to create new and unique content in Dreamwidth journals and communities to celebrate the first anniversary of open beta. Anyone who like to join in and post new recipes here (that aren't posted outside of Dreamwidth) during these three weeks, please feel free, and please be sure to tag your recipes with the "three weeks for dreamwidth" tag.

For the first cookie recipe, a good way to use up bananas that are too soft to eat out of hand.

Gingery Banana Cookies
½ cup butter at room temperature
1 cup (packed) light brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 eggs, beaten
1 cup mashed banana (2-3 medium bananas)
2 cups all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1½ teaspoon ground ginger
½ teaspoon cinnamon
¼ teaspoon baking soda
¼ teaspoon salt
1 cup chopped walnuts (optional)

Directions

In a large mixing bowl, combine butter, sugar and vanilla and cream with an electric beater until light and fluffy. Add the eggs and beat just until well incorporated. Fold in the bananas and set aside.

Sift (or whisk) the flour, baking powder, ginger, cinnamon, baking soda and salt together into a separate bowl.

Mix the dry ingredients into the banana mixture in small batches, until completely incorporated. If desired, add the walnuts.

Chill dough 30 minutes to 1 hour.

Preheat oven to 350°F/165°C.

Drop by teaspoonful onto greased or lined cookie sheet. Bake for 8-10 minutes. Cookies are ready when they bounce back when lightly touched.
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[personal profile] amadi
Anyone have a good, non-crumbly peanut butter cookie recipe that they'd care to share?
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Well, we did a bit more experimentation and have made notes & received approval from various guinea pigs volunteers, and have a recipe we're pretty happy with...so as promised here be food! )
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[personal profile] amadi
These cookies aren't the dense and chewy sort of oatmeal cookie, but a puffy, more cake-like cookie that invites you to eat and eat... and eat a few more.

The recipe )

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