Ma Horton’s Molasses Cookies Recipe is one of the most treasured in our family. So make a pot of coffee, molasses cookies, and enjoy the warmth that will fill your heart and home.
Every holiday at my house is celebrated with an array of yummy sugar cookies decorated for the season. Whether it is Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas or Valentine’s Day my grandchildren know the cookie jar will be filled with these colorful treats.
These cookies take 15 minutes or less and are so good I do believe they are “healthy” at least that’s what my husband says. Maybe he says that to explain why he eats so many!
These old-fashioned rolled oat cookies are excellent for gift giving. You can gift them as drop cookies, or roll them out, cut them with cookie cutters and make sandwiches out of them. I frosted today’s cookies with a cream cheese frosting that includes Wilton Candy Melts to give it a caramel apple flavor.
Cooking a soup or stew is hard to mess up, but cookies and other baked goods… those are an art. It takes finesse to create the perfect cookie. Today I’m sharing with you 8 tricks to arm you with the skill for those amazing cookies. Get a perfect batch every time.
Baking cookies is such a fun family activity – even if there is a little mess that goes along with it. We love making cut out cookies and icing them. We use an all natural, plant based dye to color the frosting or to paint directly on the iced cookie. The possibilities are endless.