Rodelle's great Brand Ambassadors have collaborated to come up with over 21 days of great cookie recipes in 2015! Stay tuned for each of the amazing, delicious ideas!
These Blue Moon Wassail Chocolate Chunk Cookies with Orange Glaze from Melanie Makes take just 15 minutes to prepare and are perfect for holiday cookie exchanges. The classic Blue Moon and orange flavors are combined with chocolate chunks and Christmas wassail spices to create a cookie that’s full of warmth.
Add a little more flare to your cookie plate this year with these Mini Chocolate Gingerbread Men Sandwich Cookies from Culinary Concoctions by Peabody! Mini Chocolate Gingerbread Men cut out cookies filled with Clementine Buttercream are sure to be a crowd-pleaser!
These Chocolate Peppermint Macarons from A Cookie Named Desire are the perfect holiday cookie! They are wonderfully delicate and full of bold Christmas flavor. It is surprisingly simple to make these chocolate peppermint macarons as long as you work with a delicate hand and really pay attention to what you are doing. Regardless if your macarons crack or don’t form feet, you will still end up with a delicious tasty treat everyone will love.
These Cream Cheese Sugar Cookies from Shugary Sweetsare not only packed with flavor (no cardboard taste here), but they keep their shape after baking too! The texture and flavor the combination of cream cheese and butter provides as a base to these cookies is complimented with plenty of lemon zest and Rodelle Almond Extract to give it more depth in flavor! And the vanilla bean frosting is to die for!
Proudly presenting Chocolate Chocolate Chip Gingersnaps from Will Cook For Smiles! These delightful little soft and chewy cookies are a must make this holiday season! Classic gingersnaps turned to the dark side, the chocolate side that is. These cookies are made in a chocolate version with added mini chocolate chips.
Madeleines are kind of like a cake-cookie hybrid. To make these Hazelnut Chocolate Madeleines, Liz over at the Floating Kitchen made a few simple changes to a basic vanilla madeleine recipe: switched out half of the all-purpose flour for hazelnut flour, added in a couple tablespoons of cocoa powder. Oh and this is the best part: she brushed them with bourbon when they were still hot from the oven!
These Double Chocolate Hazelnut Biscotti from I Sugar Coat It are an indulgent treat packed with dark chocolate chunks, plenty of Rodelle's Gourmet Dutch-Processed Baking Cocoa and toasty roasted hazelnuts!
These Chocolate Peppermint Sandwich Cookies from What the Fork Food Blog are full of chocolate and minty flavors. The crisp chocolate cookies are stuffed with a creamy peppermint filling and coated in crunchy candy cane pieces.
This updated Alphabet Cranberry Linzer Cookie from Dessert First is a bit of a cross between traditional linzer cookies and sugar cookies. They’re a bit sweeter and less nutty, which lets the vanilla and spices shine through. The almond meal still makes the dough quite soft, so you still do need to give it a chill before rolling it out. It bakes up lovely and buttery-crisp, firm enough for sandwiching some jam but still tender enough to crumble satisfyingly under the bite. Just like macarons, a bit of aging after you fill the cookies will only make them tastier.
These salted bacon fat ginger molasses cookies from Snixy Kitchen are super moist and chewy. There's a bit of flaky salt on top to boost the savory sweet hybrid, a bit of chestnut flour to give the cookie some toasty nuttiness, and the star - bacon fat – adds a subtle smoky flavor that deepens the richness of the molasses. And they're gluten-free to boot!
Now presenting Bourbon Vanilla Bean Shortbread Cookies from Vanilla and Bean! A simple cookie with bold flavors. Bourbon and Vanilla Bean shine in this delightful cookie. They make a delicious homemade gift or keep them for yourself. Serve alone as a treat or as a side with ice cream. Make ahead and keep a log in the freezer for when you need a quick cookie on the ready!
These Pineapple and White Chocolate Macadmia Nut Cookies from Wonky Wonderful are a great addition to any holiday dessert platter. This easy homemade cookie recipe is full of island flavor! Dried pineapple, white chocolate chips, macadamia nuts and flaked sea salt make the perfect combination.
Chewy oatmeal cookie.
Sweet, juicy raspberry.
Kissed with chocolate shavings on top.
Cookies don't get much better than these. Dark chocolate ganache sandwiches in between two toasted nut, butter cookies. You'll love this recipe for Pecan and Dark Chocolate Ganache Sable Cookies from The Vintage Mixer!
Rodelle has many cookie recipes that we've whipped up in our test kitchen. Our executive chef painstakingly tested each one and they are proven to be delicious and a crowd-favorite.
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