I have been making these melt-in-your mouth shortbread cookies for over 40 years. The are so easy and simple to make. Instead of the cherries, you can use sprinkles, half an almond or half a cashew on top of cookies before baking. A thumbprint in the cookie, filled with your choice of jam is also very tasty!
Very soft and delicious.. When i make them they don't even have time to cool down
These are the quickest, simplest cookies that you will ever make and taste great!
These delicious spiced almond biscuits are flavoured with cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, lemon zest and brandy.
These sweet sugar cookies have a vanilla biscuit base and are topped with a vanilla flavoured icing. By cutting out shapes and dying the icing they are very fun.
These decadent bars look lovely served up as a snack on Christmas morning. They're simple and have a great combination of Christmas flavours.
This is a simple recipe that you can build on and make heaps of different cookies from - like lemon, orange or chocolate chip - see my tips below. You can also keep the dough in the fridge or freezer for extra quick cookies!
I love making these cookies to get into the Christmas spirit. Great for work treats and loved by kids and adults alike.
I picked this recipe up overseas: peanut butter cookies rolled in sugar then topped with a chocolate kiss. They are my hubbies favourite and he even likes to help.
I found this recipe recently on the web, but I believe originally the recipe came from Good Housekeeping magazine. Although I have changed a couple of things from the original.
Soft and chewy inside with a delicious crispy edge. So scrummy-yummy.
These cookies are by far better than store brought. My husband takes these to work for break time, and says they are too good to share!!
These are South African biscuits of Dutch origin known as soetkoekies. They are flavoured with cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cloves, port and almonds. Perfect for Christmas.
These are my all time favourite biscuit. The recipe comes from my maternal grandmother. I have very fond memories of going on summer holidays to her house and enjoying snacking on these incredibly tasty treats. Crunchy on the outside and chewy in the centre - though be careful, they're addictive and the whole batch will be gone before you know it!
Another great cookie cutting project to share with the kids. Once cooled, you can ice them, add sprinkles, dust with icing sugar or simply dip them in melted white chocolate. (They need 2 hrs refrigeration time before rolling out)
These delicious cookies are like a chocolate shortbread - with coconut and cornflakes. They have a nice bite to the taste which the lemon icing helps to brings out. They are a real family favourite as they are easy and quick to make.