America’s national chocolate chip cookies! Did you know that their history dates back to the 1940’s? When preparing these classic cookies, it is important to remember a few rules, thanks to which you will bake perfect chocolate chip cookies: the butter should be very soft; the ratio of white and brown sugar is
Your favourite cookie in a giant version! Instead of scooping and forming every individual cookie one by one, place the dough altogether into the baking pan and cut up into squares after baking. So much time is saved ;-). Even better, you can bake a massive cookie in a circular baking pan and cut into triangles; you will need 2 springforms with a diameter of 21 cm. The cookies are thicker than traditional cookies, delicately chewy and soft in the middle. They taste good to anyone at any age.
These are one of the best chocolate cookies I’ve ever made. Straight from the oven, they taste like hot and chewy pieces of brownies, with chocolate melting inside. Addition of sea salt adds a nice and subtle flavour to these cookies. This is a very versatile recipe
Super easy, delicious and fast cookies. Three ingredients: bananas, rolled oats and nutella. Very tasty, not too sweet, soft and chewy. Quick to prepare and only 15 minutes of baking. Overall, they are very healthy, but only if you use homemade nutella.
Refreshing lemon cookies that melt in your mouth… Literally one of the best cookies! Light and buttery with subtle lemon flavour.
Biscuits popular in many countries, best known under the names Langues de Chat or Cats’ Tongues. Light, delicate and crunchy from the outside, soft in the middle, typically prepared with egg whites (instead of whole eggs). They are good on their own but often
Such tasty cookies with a strong butter flavour and a hint of orange. Great for an afternoon tea snack. Lady Grey is my favourite tea, but you can replace it with any Earl Grey if you’d like. The easiest way to grind the tea leaves is in a coffee grinder.
This is a recipe for traditional cheese cookies called Kołaczki. I’ve known of them before from other cultures but even though they’re Polish, I’m not actually certain of their origin. We just call them Kołaczki. It is a simple cookie pastry made from flour, butter