I know you don’t come here for the food. (If you do, I apologize from the very depths of my soul, because the food I eat is nothing to write home about.)
In lieu of my own cookie recipe, I’m going to
steal borrow other peoples’ cookies. Check out their awesome blogs for some delicious cookie loving and get in on the Month of Cookie action.
And wow, that sounds far dirtier than I intended for it to sound. Apologies all around.
First up, Lori’s Vegan Thank you cookies.
She sent me these in the mail a while back and I’m not sure what she was thanking me for, but I’d like to know so that I can do it again.
And get thanked again.
Next up are Alisa’s Snickerdoodles.
Snickerdoodles, an under-dog in the cookie world are one of my favorites. I used to get them at Noodles and Co. in college a lot. There was a Noodles across the street from where I worked and for $5 I could get a big old bowl of noodles and another $1.50 got me a GIGANTIC snickerdoole.
This bad boy is gluten and dairy and nut free, but like all of Alisa’s recipes, is most definitely not taste free.
I’m sorry, but Whoopie Pie? You can’t tell me this doesn’t make you giggle every time you hear it.
And if it is just too hot where you are to fire up the oven, try some of Averie’s Nutella and Peanut Butter Graham Bars.
I was going to post a different recipe of Averie’s but after seeing these last night….WOW. Just wow.
After my cookie dough overconsumption a few days ago, I took a hiatus from super sugary everything, but I think I am ready to dig back in.
Lest my cookie dough eating muscles get all out of shape. We need to avert that tragedy, because that would have seriously deleterious repercussions. Repercussions that would not be pretty.
One of my favorite cookies in high school was the Monster Cookie.
And for a cookie that is already super decadent (Peanut butter!! Chocolate chips!! M&Ms!! Oatmeal!!) why not go all-out, Paula Deen style?
And winning the cute award are Jillian’s Bird Nest Cookies.
I may be biases because a) Jillian was the best field worker ever (and still is, I am sure) and b) I love birds, but these are the cutest cookies I’ve seen in a long time.
And they maybe don’t even take as long to make as annoying cut-out cookies.
And lastly, even though this is slightly out of season, I can’t help but love everything pumpkin-y and spice-y.
They might be called Autumn-Spiced Pumpkin Cookies, but it was only 55 here yesterday, and that’s as good as autumn weather.
Autumn weather = autumn cookies, right?
What are your favorite cookie recipes? Leave a link if you have one. Share the cookie loving!