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As they cool the centers fall creating tiny ridges and canyons sparking with light coating of sugar. The flavor is pretty much unbeatable—rich and earthy with molasses and just the right hint of warm spice from the cloves and ginger.
It was my love of edible adornments that inspire me to make these Stained Glass Cookies from The King Arthur Flour Cookie Companion to share with my tree-decorating friends.
The following recipe is from the December 9 edition of our weekly recipe newsletter. To receive this newsletter in your inbox, sign up here! Christmas in Austria wouldn't be complete without Vanilla Kipferl, little moon-shaped cookies made of nothing more...
Eggnog-inspired cookies have holiday joy written all over them. They manage to embody all of the rich flavors of nutmeg and rum, plus they're stuffed with a festive-colored filling. The dough was incredibly easy to work with and instead of going for the rounds (what the recipe called for) I went with holly and leaf-shaped cutters for some added whimsy.
Rugelach get their name from the Hebrew word for creeping vine, a reference to their twisted or rolled shape.
These Jammies from The King Arthur Flour Cookie Companion are a lazy person's linzer cookie. They have all of the buttery deliciousness and jammy goodness without the need for a rolling pin or cookie cutters. They are made from an effortless shortbread dough that's patted into a round cake pan then topped with jam and crumbled cookies.
Last week we officially made December 2009 Cookie Month, pledging to share at least one cookie recipe a day, and this week we are spotlighting the mother of all cookie cookbooks, The King Arthur Flour Cookie Companion. The folks up at company in Norwich, Vermont, have been milling the highest quality flours for over 200 years and know a thing or two about baking. According to The King Arthur Flour Cookie Companion, Americans are the most prolific cookie bakers, so the book naturally includes many good old Americans classics like Snickerdoodles and Daisies—but it doesn't stop there. This doorstop of a book covers cookie culture from virtually every corner of the world. Here's a just a sampling from of...