Irish Cream Brownie Cookies

These Irish Cream Brownie Cookies are perfect for St. Patrick's Day! They are full of chocolately goodness, Irish Cream and chopped pecans . . . with coffee or a glass of milk . . . divine! Irish Cream Brownie Cookies, for St. Patrick's Day! With St. Patrick's Day only a few days away, I decided to make a new cookie recipe that I found on Pinterest from Bake or Break. Last week, I bought a bottle of Bailey's Irish Cream, so I wanted to use it:) These Bailey's Irish Cream Cookies are not only "pretty as a picture", they look and taste like a fudge brownie . . . with a twist . . . the Bailey's Irish Cream liqueur. The original recipe looked easy, so I got to work making these St. Patrick's Day cookie treats! Making the Irish Cream … [Read more...]

Bailey’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

These Bailey's Chocolate Chip Cookies are not your average cookie. They are puffy, but soft with a hint of Bailey's Irish Cream and chocolate chips. They are our new favorite chocolate chip cookies. Bake them for St. Patrick's Day, or any day. Bailey's Chocolate Chip Cookies, a new favorite! In my search for different St. Patrick's Day recipes, I ran across a chocolate chip cookie using Bailey's Irish Cream on Tutti Dolci's Pinterest page. Since I had some Bailey's in my refrigerator (left from last March, but unopened), I decided to give them a try. And, I can tell you, these Bailey's Chocolate Chip Cookies are not your average-run-of-the-mill cookies. They are puffy and soft with a hint of the Bailey's Irish Cream, and lots of … [Read more...]

Crispy Treat Snowballs, for a Snowy Day!

When there is snow on the ground, you don't have to go outside to make snowballs. Make these Crispy Treat Snowballs instead! Baby, it's COLD outside!!! Time for Crispy Treat Snowballs! Y'all, winter has officially arrived, weather-wise, in central Arkansas! We had our first snow of the season this morning. 1-2 inches!!! I know for my friends in the northern states, that's laughable. But for us in the south . . . well . . . schools closed, streets are slick . . . people are staying home in front of their fireplaces. Need I say more??? It IS cold . . . 14 degrees as I type this post. That's cold for us. Just saying! But, it was a great day to think of some "snowy" treats, like these Crispy Treat Snowballs . . . besides . . . who doesn't … [Read more...]

Cranberry Pecan Rugelach, a Hanukkah sweet treat!

These Cranberry Pecan Rugelach Cookies are a new favorite! The cream cheese dough is filled with a cranberry pecan mixture, then rolled to create these delectable crescent cookies for the holidays. I'm sure they will be a favorite of yours too! Cranberry Pecan Rugelach, a sweet treat for Hanukkah! Last evening was the beginning of Hanukkah, and we hosted a Hanukkah Celebration Dinner for friends. I had decorated the table with the appropriate dark blue and gold, and made a vegetarian dinner from a Jewish Vegetarian cookbook I have had for several years. I also made a couple of Jewish sweet treats. One of these was the Cranberry Pecan Rugelach by Wayne Harley Brachman. I found the recipe on the Food Network website. Jesus and Hanukkah … [Read more...]

Pumpkin Cookies with Grand Marnier Glaze!

Pumpkin Cookies with Grand Marnier Glaze, a cookie for grownups! Candace sent me a Facebook video of some pumpkin sugar cookies from Lauren's Latest blog. The cookies made such a nice presentation . . . really pretty with the glaze in the center. She was wanting to find a new cookie for her shop that was different from the traditional chocolate chip and oatmeal . . . one that was more for grownups. So, when I went to Mama's last week, I told her we would make them.  Fortunately, Mama wanted to help me make them. She likes cookies and muffins a lot because she can freeze them easily for herself and for company . . . like me! Making the Pumpkin Cookies with Grand Marnier Glaze . . . We decided that we would make the cookies by the … [Read more...]