Soft, chewy and totally delicious, these Montreal bagels are made with a maple syrup-kissed dough and poached in honey water for a slight sweetness that pairs well with all the classic characteristics of a bagel you know and love. Top these with plenty o’ seeds, toast and slather in schmear and enjoy the best homemade bagel you’ve had yet.
These Chocolate-Nutella Linzer Cookies are soft, chewy, chocolaty, sandwiched with a creamy chocolate-hazelnut filling — and absolutely delicious. Whether you make them for the holidays or on a day that just calls for cookies (which, in my book, is every day), you’re going to love these treats with a capital L.
What’s red and white and stuffed with yummy cheesecake? These red velvet crinkle cookies, obviously! Soft and chewy chocolate cookies are filled with a creamy, cheesecake-like center for a holiday cookie that will blow you away with its deliciousness. This recipe makes 12 very large cookies, but prepare yourself to make a double-batch.
Christmas cookie-baking season continues with these chai-spiced crescent cookies! These moon-shaped, shortbread-like treats are made with classic chai spices — including cardamom, ginger and cinnamon — along with pecans and a generous dusting of powdered sugar to make them ultra-festive. They’re perfectly poppable when paired with a mug of hot tea, coffee or cocoa, and they come together in less than an hour — meaning you can bake them on repeat anytime you’re in need of cookies.
This Christmas, go big on the cookies — literally. These peanut butter brownie swirl cookies are oversized and totally delicious, thanks to three different kinds of cookie dough. Each swirl features peanut butter and sugar cookies plus a brownie layer that is absolutely extra yet very necessary. Bake up a batch to instantly get yourself into the holiday spirit!
What is a holiday, really, without a fancy beverage in hand? This Thanksgiving, treat yourself to the Holiday Negroni, aka a sparkling Negroni-inspired cocktail made with amber rum and sparkling wine. It comes together in just five minutes and is so yummy, it might disappear just as fast. Cheers!