The Twelve Days of Cookies!
From December 1-12th I’ll post a new cookie (or holiday treat) recipe every day – inspiration for your holiday entertaining or cookie exchanges!
The recipes I’m sharing are small batch (each recipe makes 1-dozen) that are simple to prepare and that use everyday ingredients and equipment (hint, a small loaf tin and electric hand beaters are your friends for so many of these recipes!) so hopefully you’ll be able to whip up any of these on a whim.
Today’s recipe is a nod to my French Fridays series – and are so simple to make (and to make fancy!) you’ll definitely want to add them to your holiday baking lineup! I actually make langues de chat all the time (in the classes I teach, it’s a standard) but realised that I have never shared the recipe here!
These are crunchy little cookies perfect for dipping in espresso or mousse or, if you want something fancier, how about dipping them in chocolate (and sprinkles?) or even making Milano cookies out of them?
In any case, they are so easy to make (the piping might take a little practice…) and can be interpreted in so many different ways they are the perfect blank canvas for your holiday baking projects!
Check out the rest of the:
The Twelve Days of Cookies
Day 2: Jam Drops
Day 3: Chocolate Caramel Slice
Day 4: Melting Moments
Day 5: White Christmas
Day 6: Langues de Chat
Day 7: Chocolate Coconut Slice
Day 8: Cornflake Biscuits
Day 9: Rocky Road
Day 10: Honey Joys
Day 11: Rum Ball Truffles
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