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You’re gonna be so glad you stopped by my blog today, because I’m going to share with you the BEST EVER seriously oaty chocolate chip cookie recipe.
These Easter nests are made using uncooked oats – way more yummy than uncooked noodles – and cocoa powder, so they’re kinda good for you, too.
Themed cookies are kinda a given for every holiday, right? You get heart cookies on Valentine’s, pumpkin cookies on Halloween and a million and one cookies at Christmas.
The swirly shapes may look complicated to make but I promise you they’re not.
Even though they didn’t come out exactly as I’d hoped, I’m pretty happy with these cookies! Just look at the image above – they look like regular ol’ cookies, right? Then you bite into them and see that they’re actually pink!
Looking for a cute Valentines dessert that’s simple and quick to make, requires only a handful of ingredients, sounds fancy and tastes awesome? Make room for Gourmet Valentines S’mores with six delicious layers of gooey, s’morey goodness.
What do kids that have been naughty all year get for Christmas? Coal. What do kids that have been nice all year get for Christmas? Coal Rice Krispie Treats!
If you’ve never had it, shortbread cookies are wonderful buttery, flaky cookies that are a million times better than sugar cookies.
These are so easy to make and decorate and they’re a great change from sugar cookies. Give them a try!
Soft, chewy dough sprinkled with melted dark chocolate chunks wrapped around a sweet and gooey Milky Way centre.
These Easter Oreo Chicks are so simple to make and look super cute. No baking required, they are the perfect treat to make with children or when you’re short of ingredients and only have the basics at hand.
These Chocolate Easter Nests are perfect for baking with children. They only require a few basic ingredients and don’t need any complicated cooking skills to turn out fantastic.
I recommend this recipe for anyone looking for a healthy alternative to a calorie-packed dessert, but definitely not if you’re going to try and fool anyone into thinking it’s an ordinary deep-dish cookie pie.
This recipe has become one of my all-time favourites – it is the perfect combination of a soft and chewy cookie with only a hint of ginger and a crunchy sugar coating.
I can’t think of a better way to wake up in the morning than with coffee cookies topped with chocolate coffee icing.
I absolutely adore these millionaire shortbread bars. They are made of everything that I love – buttery, crumbly shortbread; thick, rich caramel; and smooth, milky chocolate.
What says Christmas better than a small army of meringue snowmen?
These cookies provide a yummy canvas for any type of holiday treat.
You can use variations of food colouring to make different coloured candy canes – try red and green.
These cookies take a basic butter biscuit recipe to a whole new level to create scary bloodshot eyes which burst and spurt out ‘blood’ when you bite into them.
I’ve seen a few of these types of biscuits online and thought I’d give them a try – I don’t think my icing skills are anywhere near as good as they could be and I really wanted to practice.
When I first made these biscuits, they were a complete disaster – I mis-read the instructions and baked them too long!
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