I began a search for this cookie recipe a few years ago when I was reminded of Archway’s Dutch Cocoa Cookies. Did anyone else have these as a child? I adored them, and who wouldn’t? A soft, chocolate cookie covered in sugar – yes, please!
I’m a breakfast food person. I could eat breakfast three times a day and I’d be a happy camper. However, I can barely grab my coffee as I’m running out the door during the week. So, I really look forward to my weekend breakfasts!
This recipe makes a classic buttermilk pancake – light, fluffy and barely sweet. This recipe will become your new favorite because it’s quick and requires only a few ingredients. You can even mix the dry ingredients ahead of time and add the wet ingredients in the morning.
Skillet cornbread is a side dish that begs to be made from scratch. You will love this recipe because with minimal effort, you’ll have a beautiful bread to accompany your meal. Using a cast iron skillet will produce a crunchy crust on the bottom and sides. The inside is moist, crumbly, and slightly sweet. Let me tell you, it is perfection!
The peanut butter cookie. Crosshatched top, golden brown edges, and a coating of granulated sugar. These cookies are a classic for a reason. They are crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside, and have a perfect balance of salty peanut butter and sugary sweetness.
Welcome to The Toasty Kitchen! I want to share the first recipe that I conquered when I started baking from scratch, Dark Chocolate Walnut Brownies.
Brownies are practically a foolproof baked good. Because they use simple ingredients, most casual bakers will already have what they need on hand. These particular brownies are dense, rich, and decadent. [Read more…]