Around Hanukkah, we usually spend a lot of time thinking up new things to top our latkes with. After all, the potato pancakes themselves are pretty simple. Shred some potatoes, bind them into patties, then fry until golden and crisp. Now bring on the sour cream and apple sauce and smoked salmon and anything else you can dream up (caviar is awfully nice!).
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There are many things that can make you feel like you’re on holiday. For me, it’s often the small things.
This is the treat that’s going to help you bridge the gap between the fun of summer and the warmth of the holidays.
These spiced maple-chestnut clusters aren’t just delicious holiday cookies. They also are your perfect crowd pleaser holiday cookie. Why a crowd pleaser? Because they are the sort of cookie you can serve to nearly anyone who comes to your house. As in, they are both vegan and gluten-free. Don’t roll your eyes.
Want the fun of making holiday cookies with the kids without going to the trouble of turning on the oven? These stovetop snowball cookies are the treat you need.
There is something immensely satisfying about bar cookies. They just have so much more heft than a typical cookie. And in our world, cookie heft translates into serious satisfaction.
We love warming spices around the holidays, which is one of the reasons we love to sip hot chai this time of year.
These cookies have a delicious secret hidden inside ‚Äî a crunchy, chewy centre of ground mixed nuts and honey. They are insanely good.
Are you the one who hunts for the cookies that are just slightly overdone, the ones that are just a hair on the other side of just done? These shortbread are the holiday cookie you want.
It’s a chocolate crinkle cookie. No, it’s a spice crinkle cookie. Wait! It’s both!