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.
I don’t think I’ve ever baked cookies that provoked so many immediate, audible reactions (from “oh my God” to “damn, Cate” to even more explicit interjections). These double chocolate buttermilk cookies are that good. And they were sort of accidental.