More like a brownie bite than a cookie, per se, these chewy chocolate brownie crinkle cookies are a nice alternative to a tray of actual brownies since they come in bite-size servings.
The recipe for these delightful cookies spent a long time languishing in my “to bake” folder, mostly because I don’t tend to have lemons on hand. And I don’t really consider white chocolate, well, chocolate. (Because it’s not!) However. I am occasionally willing to overlook that fact, and these chewy, fluffy cookies are a great reason to do so.
Graham crackers were on sale a couple weeks ago, so, naturally I ended up with a ton of them. And I remembered how much I like graham crackers.
“Crack” is a title I reserve for the kinds of sweets that are so freakin sugary-delicious that they’re slightly brain-melting in terms of good/addictiveness. These decidedly qualify.
These pretty little blood orange cookies (that happen to be vegan) are so surprisingly delicious that I’m skipping over a backlog of many un-posted recipes to share them with you. (Sitting down to write this is also helping me stay out of the kitchen because I must. stop. eating. them.)
These are my FAVORITE gingersnap-esque cookies. I won’t call them gingersnaps ’cause they don’t snap. If you bake them right, they’re nice and soft and chewy and amazing. And they were the perfect “sweet appetizer” for Thanksgiving.