There's nothing better than home-baked cookies hot out of the oven. Now Betty Crocker gives you cookie-baking tips and more than 20 terrific recipes to try at home—super-easy drop cookies, classic rolled and pressed cookies, holiday favorites and irresistible bars. All are guaranteed to put smiles on the faces of your family and friends.
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Here's a massive collection of the best cookies and bars ever with more than 180 sensational recipes that are as easy to make as they are fun to eat. Whether made from scratch or with a Betty Crocker mix, these delectable cookies give you as many options as any cookie lover could want.
Whether you crave traditional favorites or fancy new ideas, you'll fall in love with these lusciously diverse cookies—from classic peanut butter cookies to unexpected flavors like Pecan-Praline Bacon Bars. Plus, with a special section of gluten-free recipes, every member of the family can get in on the fun.Features more than 180 easy-to-make cookie recipes offering a wide variety of flavors and variations, from fun cookies for kids to sophisticated dinner-party delightsIllustrated with more than 100 full-color photos and step-by-step how-to photos for baking, decorating, and moreIncludes tips and advice on cookie-making basics, from rolling and cutting to baking and frosting
You'll find almost any cookie you can imagine in the Betty Crocker Big Book of Cookies. With these recipes and variations, you'll find the perfect sweet treat for any occasion . . . or no occasion at all.
Julia Usher is a celebrated pastry chef and food writer. She is a James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards finalist and a Director of the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP). Usher has designed desserts for Better Homes and Gardens, Fine Cooking, Bon Appétit, and Modern Bride, as well as for the book Vera Wang on Weddings. She divides her time between St. Louis, Missouri, and Stonington, Maine.
A new book from the author of the best-selling Cookie Swap
This one-stop source, packed with more than 250 inspiring photos, gives home bakers a huge collection of 500 irresistible cookie recipes for every occasion. There are tried-and-true classics to pair with a glass of milk, such as Chocolate Chunk Cookies; treats perfect for holiday celebrations like Big Soft Ginger Cookies; and on-trend sweet-and-savory delights like Berry-Sage Thumbprints. A welcome variety of options includes Express cookies (quick recipes that start with a mix) and Double Takes (homemade versions of iconic store-bought favorites), and an informative Cookie Basics section covers topics such as proper measuring, equipment, decorating, and packaging. With this book, bakers at all levels will find endless inspiration for everyday goodies and year-round entertaining.
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Don’t you wish every cookie was chocolate? Now your wish can come true with these 20 delicious recipes. Enjoy Chocolate-Mallow Cookie Pies, Outrageous Double Chocolate-White Chocolate Chunk Cookies or Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies. Go ahead and indulge yourself with these all-chocolate treats.
Up your cookie game to out-of-this-world incredible with DisplacedHousewife founder Rebecca Firth’s amazing, all-new gourmet recipes. Whether you’re looking for a cookie that can be mixed and baked in under an hour or something a little more complex, these desserts will dazzle your taste buds like never before.
Choose from over 75 indulgent recipes, including:
• Everything Chocolate Chip Cookies
• Red Velvet Madeleines
• Stuffed Pretzel Caramel Skillet Cookie
• A Sugar Cookie for Every Occasion
• Lemony White Chocolate Truffles
• Peanut Butter Cup Meringues
• The Holy Sh*t S’more Cookie
• Ooey Gooey Fudgy Brownies
• Cold Brew Cookies
• Gavin’s Salted Caramel Blondies
With insider tips and tricks to creating the best baked goods around, you’ll be rocking the bake sale, delighting your coworkers and impressing your in-laws in no time.
Cookie connoisseurs, rejoice!
Take your cookies to new heights with Wendy Kou’s supersized approach to baking. Each cookie—about the size of your head—is not only fun to make, but tastes delicious and is perfect to savor or share.
These decadent cookies cover all your must-have flavors like chocolate chip, red velvet, sugar cookie, oatmeal, cinnamon roll and so much more. And if you’re feeling extra adventurous, there’s always the option to take on one of Wendy’s stuffed cookies (brownie or cheesecake middle, anyone?) or combination flavor cookies—like her chocolate espresso and red velvet cookie.
Why bake a boring cake when you can make a Birthday Cake Cookie that feeds 8 to 10 people? And why have the same old sandwiches when you can make a Peanut Butter Jelly Cookie that will satiate you for days? With 75+ cookie recipes, and 20+ cookie variations, you’ll never run out of ways to make dessert feel new again
Chocolate Almond Macaroons, Pignoli Nut Cookies, Amaretto Biscotti Sesame Cookies, Almond Crescents, Lemon Drop Cookies, Chocolate Puffs, Florentines, Lady Fingers, Sweet Ravioli Cookies, Christmas Honey Clusters, Angel Wings, Cinnamon Nut Bars, and more.
Whether you grew up in an Italian home or just wish you did, this wonderful collection is sure to become a cookie lover's favorite--one you will return to again and again.
With The Daily Cookie, there's no need to wait for an occasion to bake a batch of cookies. Every day is cause to celebrate, whether it's Elvis's birthday (Peanut Browned Butter Banana-Bacon Cookies), Day of the Ninja (Chocolate "Ninjabread" Cookies), or Squirrel Appreciation Day (Caramel Nut Bars).
While the occasions are sometimes a little offbeat, the recipes are seriously good, with tried-and-true instructions and tips for getting the best results. Best of all, each of the 365 recipes features a full-color photograph of the finished cookie.
Whether you like chewy, crispy, chunky, bars, brownies, supereasy (some even no-bake), sweet, salty, savory, or even vegan and gluten-free options, there's something for everyone every day in The Daily Cookie.
Christmas cookies are loved for their special shapes, cheery colors, and seasonal flavors. They bring joy to our gatherings, help preserve the magic and tradition of the holiday season, and make heart-warming gifts. Christmas Cookies offers fifty wonderful recipes for holiday treats, such as light-as-air Cocoa Meringue Kisses, Chocolate Peppermint Cookies that perfectly complement a mug of hot chocolate, sweet-tart Iced Lemon Rounds, the much-beloved classic Pecan Sandies, Ginger Coins with the right amount of snap, and many, many more.
Avid holiday baker Lisa Zwirn baked hundreds of cookies to come up with these fabulous fifty recipes. There is something for everyone: treats for chocoholics, holiday shapes that children will love (that can be baked and decorated by the little ones, too), luxurious sandwich cookies, and plenty of spiced rounds, buttery wafers, and decadent bars.
Christmas Cookies will also show you how to make the most of your time in the kitchen with these useful tips and ideas:Cookie baking guidelines for successful bakingOptions for freezing dough so you can bake cookies when the mood strikesStorage suggestions to help keep treats fresh for as long as possibleChild-friendly recipes, such as Peanut Butter Chocolate Kisses, Chocolate Caramel Thumbprints, Gingerbread People, and Molasses Ginger Cookies, which are easy and fun for beginnersThe best cookies to mail and how to wrap themHow to host a holiday cookie swap and cookie-decorating party
Whether you've baked Christmas cookies for years or are just starting a tradition of holiday baking, you'll find all the recipes you need right here. Christmas Cookies is an essential collection for the cookie baker, featuring color photographs, clear, detailed recipes, and irrepressible Christmas spirit.
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A contest brings out the best recipes, and these are no exception. You will love Spumoni Chunk Cookies, Choco-Hazelnut Latte Cookies, and Summer Celebration Lemonade Biscotti – and all the other cookies here. Enjoy the cookies – maybe you’ll be inspired to create a recipe of your own.
Okra is most often used in the uk, united states and the philippines, with a variant pronunciation in caribbean english and nigeria of okro. The word okra is from the igbo okra.
Okra is an allopolyploid of uncertain parentage (proposed parents include abelmoschus ficulneus, a. Tuberculatus and a reported "diploid" form of okra). Truly wild (as opposed to naturalised) populations are not known with certainty and the species may be a cultigen.
The seed pods rapidly become fibrous and woody and, to be edible as a vegetable, must be harvested when immature, usually within a week after pollination. Okra is available in two varieties, green and red. Red okra carries the same flavor as the more popular green okra and differs only in color. When cooked, the red okra pods turn green.
Raw okra is 90% water, 2% protein, 7% carbohydrates and negligible in fat. In a 100 gram amount, raw okra is rich (20% or more of the daily value, dv) in dietary fiber, vitamin c and vitamin k, with moderate contents of thiamin, folate and magnesium.
Try our okra recipes and be healthy and enjoy.
This book contains okra recipes like…
Chunky vegetarian vegetable soup
Okra with tomatoes
Oven fried okra and many more....