This will be a quick post because 1) I didn’t get good pictures of me making it and 2) the recipe is only a slight adaption from this recipe on food.com. The cookies themselves are also easy breezy and a fun treat to make this weekend if you have the time. I guarantee you have all the ingredients already in your pantry. Continue reading
I wanted to make something cute and tasty to bring to a friend’s shrimp boil, and thought something light was in order. These cookies fit the bill and balanced out the spiciness of the shrimp and sausage. The best part about these cookies are that they are very easy to make and only require four ingredients! Although I’m usually a purist when it comes to making cakes or cookies, I took the shortcut and used lemon cake mix and strawberry cake mix. Plus, you can add some lemon juice or zest to the lemon side to add some extra flavor.
The holidays and birthdays have finally settled down, and I’m ready to get back on the blogging track. This first post back isn’t a recipe, but more to share my experience with royal icing cookies. If you don’t know what those are, they are the cookies that look really pretty in the store but don’t always taste good. I started reading more and more about them to see if I could make some that were cute and tasted good, or at least not like bricks. I also had a cat cookie cutter begging to be used: