Serve these cookies every night during Chanukah. Kids have fun decorating them and eating them.
Apricot Almond Rugalach
These cookies freeze well either baked or unbaked. Extremely dainty and delicious cookie. You can also sprinkle the top with coarse sugar.
Cream Cheese Sugar Cookies
A soft, chewy, and flavorful sugar cookie. It is very important to chill the dough, as it is too sticky to roll unless well chilled.
These lemon poppy seed cookies are Jewish in background. They are a thin crispy cookie that's wonderful with tea.
The Best Rolled Sugar Cookies
Whenever you make these cookies for someone, be sure to bring along several copies of the recipe! You will be asked for it, I promise! NOTE: I make icing with confectioners' sugar and milk. I make it fairly thin, as I 'paint' the icing on the cookies with a pastry brush. Thin enough to spread easily but not so thin that it just makes your cookies wet and runs off.Sponsored By [object Object]
This recipe is from Linda Shapiro. I have many rugelach recipes, but this is truly the best I have ever made.
Chocolate Chunk Mandel Bread
You'll love these crunchy biscotti-type cookies. Add almonds (mandeln) or maraschino cherries for variety. We gave these as teacher gifts last year and got lots of compliments!
My Favorite Sugar Cookies
This sugar cookie recipe is great for Christmas cut-out cookies.
Golden Yam Brownies
Better have several copies of this recipe on hand when you serve them! These moist, flavorful, delicious brownies are simply out of this world, possibly heaven.
This is the Jewish equivalent to biscotti. It was handed down through three generations. I added the mini chocolate chips. The cookies are twice baked, first in logs and then in slices. Stored in an airtight container, these will keep for about two weeks.
Raspberry and Apricot Rugelach
A yummy and extra fruity version of this traditional cookie.
Coconut Bon Bons
These little balls of joy are perfect for any occasion.