Saturday, April 8, 2017

S Cookies

This recipe came just in time to finish off the last of the flour in my house until after Passover. 
I have always looked at baking as a kind of therapy( for me at least). These simple, yet delicious (and addicting, I may add!) cookies really hit the mark on that note. I found the rolling of the dough so soothing  ( weird, I know, but...) and relaxing. They were easy to put together- the recipe calls for using a mixer and I did. I think they could be made without by just hand mixing. They are somewhat similar to a biscotti recipe I have which is completely in one bowl- which I love. Next time I try these I will see if they turn out just as well by hand mixing. 

The "S" shape is fun to do and as explained in the recipe, they are the perfect  dunking cookie. That's where the addicting  part comes in. You can't just dunk one or two- you have to keep dunking until all the tea or coffee ( or a glass of milk, for that matter) is GONE!  Anyways, that's my personal rule!

You can find the recipe here at Baked Sunday Mornings. Enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. Chag Sameach! Aren't these just lovely? To be honest, I forgot to make them this week because I was prepping for Pesach, so I made them last-minute the day before the holiday started. I agree, the dough was really nice to work with and these were a nice surprise. :)


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