I am sharing the cookies that we made this holiday season and there will be a recipe link with each one, but be warned that it may or may not be the one we used... But I will try to publish the one closest to what we baked!
These are also delicious... they are what I would imagine Bon Bons dipped in chocolate would taste like. Only they are a bit more peanut butter-y! These were a bit tricky to dip in chocolate. In the end what worked best was using a fork to dip them instead of a tooth pick, but I am pretty sure it's whatever works for you.
Chocolate cupcakes with ganache
This one was probably my favorite. It's a chocolate cupcake with ganache in it. You make the ganache and put it in the fridge and let it set. Then you make the chocolate cupcake batter, pour about half in, then roll the some of the ganache (which in it's cold state is called truffle) into a ball to about the size of a buckeye, plop it in the cupcake and cover it the rest of the way with more cupcake batter. Next, bake it like a regular cupcake. The topping for this already magnificent cupcake is a nice raspberry frosting.
And with the extra cold ganache, we made Truffles!
|We had a similar problem as we did with the buckeyes (hard to dip!)...these are the prettiest two.|
These were probably the most fun to make, I really enjoyed decorating them (I think my brother did too!) For the record, these taste pretty great too.
Milk chocolate cookies
We also made these... I won't go into great detail because these are in two other blog posts of mine (can you tell they are a favorite?)
It amazes me how light these are! They've been dehydrated by the oven, yet they are not dry tasting (you know, when you need water or milk after you eat something... that is my general description of dry). These are little wonders :-)
Chocolate No Bake Cookies
Finally...we have no bake cookies. They are peanut butter, oatmeal and chocolate... they kinda taste like a oat-y Reese's cup, just with a touch more chocolate.
Hope you have a great new year!