I decided to experiment.
I had a can of sweetened, condensed milk I wanted to use, and J deserved cookies. We were heading into an exam period, and it was going to be rough. I had never used condensed milk to make cookies, but was particularly inspired by this Taste of Home recipe, and decided to give it a go.
…continue reading Experimental Candy Bar Cookies
Classic and Cocoa Sables
Every Friday, an intrepid group of bloggers and Dorie Greenspan groupies (yeeaaaahhhhh DORIE!) blog about a recipe from her fabulous- and massive- Around My French Table. Dorie has long been renowned for her virtuosic baking skills, and Around My French Table ventures into the realm of French cooking with recipes she developed and culled from Parisian cuisine.
This Friday, the recipe on tap was Cocoa Sablés, a thick buttery cookie with texture akin to shortbread (indeed, a sablé is a French shortbread of sorts). I was excited to try not only the cocoa version, but also her classic butter sablés version as well.
…continue reading French Friday with Dorie’s Classic and Cocoa Sables
Today I’m guest posting on Frosting for the Cause. A big thank you to Paula for the beautiful cause and for letting me participate. 365 bloggers are baking sugar cookies or cupcakes in support of cancer research, and I’m honoured to be a part of it.