Day 3 of week of cookies continues with my maple frosted cutout cookies with walnuts. I love maple, and these cookies have just a hint of maple flavor in the cookie dough and the frosting. Walnuts bring a rustic look to your cookies and add a little crunch on top. You will love this recipe because the dough is so easy to make, plus the cookies turn out crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. The perfect cutout cookie!
Day two of Week of Cookies continues today! These shortbread cookies with sprinkles can’t be easier and they bring a festive touch to your cookie tray. You’ll love this recipe because you only need 5 ingredients, and you can swap out the sprinkles for any colors year ’round. How about red and pink for Valentine’s Day, or your team’s colors for the Super Bowl? These shortbread cookies are buttery and crisp, and pair perfectly with a cup of coffee or cocoa.
Week of Cookies begins today at The Toasty Kitchen! This week, I will bring you seven easy and beautiful cookie recipes for your next holiday cookie tray – or just because. Today I want to share with you my recipe for Red Velvet Sugar Cookies. These cookies are soft and chewy, with a deep red hue and soft cocoa flavor.
Today I want to share a recipe for Caramel and Pecan Chocolate Turtle Cookies. These cookies combine all of the flavors of the classic turtle candy: chocolate, caramel, and pecans. The caramel bits used inside the cookie are soft and sweet. They are the perfect accompaniment to the crunchy pecans coating the outside of this cookie.
Who else loves all of the fall flavors that come out of the woodwork each September? Personally, I look forward to it every year. Today I want to share with you a new recipe for Salted Caramel Pretzel Cookies. They’re salty and sweet, with a rich brown sugar flavor as the base. A great cookie year round, but definitely a fall favorite!