15 Festive Christmas Cookie Recipes

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15 Festive Christmas Cookie Recipes This article is for information only and doesn't call for any action. Hi friends – I suspect it is going to be a big baking weekend, so I thought it might be helpful to wrangle some of my favorite holiday-esque cookie recipes into one spot, in a single list. There is a pretty wide range –...

Tahini & Pomegranate Almond Cookies

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Tahini & Pomegranate Almond Cookies This article is for information only and doesn't call for any action. I’m not sure why the heck it took me 7 years of blogging about natural foods (that’s 7 holiday seasons) to think of using pomegranates to decorate cookies. Of course, I’ve used them atop Christmas crostini and even holiday hummus, but come on Jeanine,...

12 Days of Cookies: A Boy Who Bakes’ Brownie Crinkle Cookies

12 Days of Cookies: A Boy Who Bakes’ Brownie Crinkle Cookies This article is for information only and doesn't call for any action. This year, we found the best cookies on the web for our 12 Days of Cookies, with today’s cookie being A Boy Who Bakes’ Brownie Crinkle Cookies.   The Baker: The winner of the first season of The Great British Bakeoff,...

Instant Pot Pasta with Bolognese

Instant Pot Pasta with Bolognese This article is for information only and doesn't call for any action. Save hours at the stove by pressure cooking the sauce and then simply adding in the pasta at the end in this easy Instant Pot recipe. The Instant Pot comes up to pressure more quickly the second time around, so the second step takes...

White Bean Soup with Pesto Herb Dumplings

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White Bean Soup with Pesto Herb Dumplings This article is for information only and doesn't call for any action. This is the sort of soup I crave when the weather turns. Hearty, substantial, and squarely in the comfort food realm. It’s the simplest of bean soups, topped with plump herb-packed dumplings. I use whatever herbs I have on hand, and in...

12 Days of Cookies: Fix Feast Flair’s Raspberry Salted Chocolate Shortbread

12 Days of Cookies: Fix Feast Flair’s Raspberry Salted Chocolate Shortbread This article is for information only and doesn't call for any action. This year, we found the best cookies on the web for our 12 Days of Cookies, with today’s cookie Fix Feast Flair’s Raspberry Salted Chocolate Shortbread.   The Baker: Alana Kysar is the blogger behind Fix Feast Flair where she shares...

Sufganiyot

Sufganiyot This article is for information only and doesn't call for any action. Hebrew for “doughnuts,” sufganiyot are a popular Hanukkah food in Israel. These fried treats are simply made from balls of yeast dough and filled with chocolate, creams, curd or, as here, jam. Bakeries and markets start frying them weeks before the actual holiday and keep going until the...

8 Peppermint Bark Ideas from Our Instagram Fans

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8 Peppermint Bark Ideas from Our Instagram Fans This article is for information only and doesn't call for any action. Not to toot our own horn, but our peppermint bark is hot stuff. Nostalgic yet timeless (it’s 20 years old this year!) with layers of textures (crunchy, creamy, oh my) and flavors (dark and white chocolate, and peppermint) it makes a great gift....

Mexican Wedding Cookies

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Mexican Wedding Cookies This article is for information only and doesn't call for any action. In Mexico, where they are known as polvorones, these melt-in-your-mouth cookies are individually wrapped in tissue paper for serving at weddings and other celebrations. In the United States, similar cookies are called snowballs or Russian tea cakes. To vary the seasoning, replace the cinnamon with ground...