Coffee Cookies with Dark and White Chocolate Chips

Tasty Eats

These “all in one bowl” cookies, are quick and easy to assemble, and can be made in less than 30 minutes from start to finish. The combination of buttery coffee flavored dough, with both dark and white chocolate chips, is just perfect when served with coffee or with strong tea. The cookies are chewy and soft, and burst with flavors, and are a great snack any time of the day. Try them and enjoy.

* Espresso powder is an intense, highly concentrated granulated coffee. If you can’t find it, double the amount with regular granulated coffee.
* The cookies can keep, in an airtight container, for up to a week. They can also be frozen for up to a month.

Makes: about 25
Prep time: 15 minutes
Baking time: 13 minutes

1 stick (8 oz, 115 grams) butter, soft
½ cup dark brown sugar
½ cup white…

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Brown Sugar Cookies | Gimme Some Oven

These Brown Sugar Cookies are perfect for cutting out, they’re easy to make, and always totally delicious. And finally, for the last post in our week of cookie recipes here on the blog, I have a new one for you today that lots of you have been requesting — my go-to sugar cookie recipe! Make that, …

Source: Brown Sugar Cookies | Gimme Some Oven

Valentines Heart Cookies

Happy Valentines 💕💖💘❣️💟💛🧡💙💗❤️💚💜💓💝😍😘

Spread love…… not only on Valentine’s Day but every moments to your love ones . And this valentines treat I shared is very easy to make…. I used a almond cookie, some fondant, royal icing , edible disco dust…..

Ingredients:For the Almond Cookie:

  • 3 cup plain flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 2 tsp pure almond extract
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup unsalted butter
  • 1 egg

For the Decoration:

  • 100 grams red fondant
  • 50 grams white fondant
  • 1/2 cup royal icing
  • Some edible disco dust


  1. To make the almond cookie; in a bowl combine flour and baking powder and set aside, then in other bowl cream the butter and sugar using handmixer until pale color and creamy then add the egg and almond extract mix well to combine then gradually add the flour mixture mix until form a soft dough, wrap with the plastic wrap…

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CUSTARD COOKIES (In Pressure Cooker)

Ruchi's Veg Kitchen


This Egg less, Wheat flour short breads are amazing in taste. Melt in mouth, soft , delicious and a perfect Tea-time partner.. Kids will love this healthy cookies with milk or even in snack box.

IMG-20170910-WA0008_wm Wheat Custard Cookies

Share this cookies with your friends as a token of love in upcoming festival season…

When my little one back from school , she loves to munch something or other. In stead of offering daily fried snacks , I feel this cookies are good option. One can check other delicious cookies recipes, which I already posted on blog …Wheat coconut cookies,Wheat Cumin Cookies,Choco Vanilla Cookies, Jam Filled Star Cookies,Wheat flour Nan Khatai,Wheat Almond Cookies, TuttiFutti Nut Cookies….

Here , I will show how to make cookies in pressure cooker. But one can bake easily in microwave too. Preheat the microwave…

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Bewitching Kitchen

As I debate with myself the feasibility of changing my blog name to The Bewitching Macaron, I am here to share one more take on the French delicacies I am so in love with. Once again I used my basic recipe that works quite well, with a minor change. I dried the almond flour-powdered sugar mixture for a couple of days before using. That was a tip I found somewhere and decided to try. The filling is a slight modification from Nadiya, a contestant from the Great British Baking Show. Excellent, I highly recommend you give it a try if you are a coffee lover. If you are not a coffee lover, there is always the opportunity to become one. I am showing you the path of caffeine enlightenment. Grab my hand and walk with me…

(adapted from a basic recipe from Craftsy)

Yield: About 72…

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105 Chocolate Chip Cookies and a few words about a certain (very special) café on Florianska Street, Krakow.

aho's homemade food

got carried away in the kitchen today (and it wasn’t the first time either). with the radio on, today showcasing best Polish hits of all time, I feel at home. listening to the songs I grew up with and spent my teenage years listening to, it feels as if the big chunk of my life was gone, a finished chapter. it feels strangely calming, though. i remember when i was 13 and my little sister was born, i said: i will be so old when she’ll go to school, i will be 21! and back then i’d consider it ‘being old’. now, i am (rapidly!) approaching thirty and somehow i don’t have this nagging feeling: where are all these years gone? instead, i feel quite content with where i am in my life now.

spending a day in the kitchen is my idea of ‘rest’. if someone had told me i must spend…

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