I didn’t know this was a thing until someone asked me to make them. To me, they’re a lot like those Royal Danish butter cookies you might get as a gift in one of those blue tins. I tried looking into if there is a difference between Norwegian and Danish butter cookies, but couldn’t find anything. I have a sneaking suspicious they’re the exact same thing, but don’t tell the Norwegians or Danes this as they’ll likely get offended by the notion.
What’s better than chocolate? Only more chocolate, obviously. Whether you’re a fan of the white or the dark stuff, these will satisfy your needs.
I don’t care what people say, gingerbread cookies are good all year ’round. It would be a crime to limit the consumption of these delicious treats exclusively to the holiday season.
Gingerbread cookies normally require molasses to make, but these don’t. This would be the only recipe I’d ever use it for, so I don’t really want to keep that black glue in my cupboard all the time. I searched long and hard for an alternative recipe that wouldn’t leave me with leftovers of unwanted ingredients, and here it is. Although a bit different, these smell and taste just as delicious as a traditional recipe.
Simple and delicious cookies. These are ideal for fun decorating and make great gifts.
These are quite simply delicious. Seriously, I have to restrain myself from eating half the batch in one sitting, they’re so good.
What makes them even better is the fact that they’re the easiest cookies I’ve ever made.
In my family these are known as Santa’s cookies because there the ones we’d make and leave out on Christmas Eve. They’re healthy and tasty all year round though. I especially like having these for breakfast.