This recipe is from Chatelaine magazine, circa 1965. Tried and true, the recipe works perfectly today with no alterations. Gorgeously sweet, buttery fudge with no apologies for calories or fat. YUM.
This recipe is simple but perfect. If you are craving chocolate (or just need a pick-me-up), whip these up and eat them right from the pan. Or cut them up and share them with someone you love…if you can keep yourself from eating the entire pan yourself!
These Holiday treats are only available in November and December at Starbucks, but now I can make them all year round. A delicious treat for Christmas I think they would also be perfect for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day or even a Canada Day party.
These are a gorgeous, not-too-sweet cookie. Sparkly with sanding sugar, subtly hot with candy hearts, sweet with vanilla icing. They are like that perfect kiss. Continue reading “Recipe: Vanilla Cookies with a Cinnamon Kiss”
Simple but really delicious in that way that eating Nutella straight out of the jar is. Yum.
Perfectly accompanied by a huge mug of coffee or a tall glass of cold milk, these cookies are subtle but delicious… and extremely simple to make. Continue reading “Recipe: Chocolate-Coffee Spirals”
White chocolate blondies? Good. Vanilla cheesecake? Good. Put them together? Wow. Gooooooooooood.
Shortbread is my favourite cookie. Citrus-scented, chocolate-dipped or plain, I love every rendition I’ve ever had. These are slightly spiced up with cinnamon, but perfect to decorate with sprinkles and share with a 3 ½ year old boy. Continue reading “Recipe: Spiced Up Shortbread”
These are great cookies to serve with a light afternoon or early evening tea. Not heavy or sweet, but still readily able to hold their own because of the flavour infusion of chocolate and coffee.