Made popular by an email chain, this cookie has gained its second wave of popularity thanks to New York Times Cooking.
These cookies have a warm flavour thanks to the oat flour and grated chocolate! You can easily make oat flour by blending oats into a fine powder.
I used hazelnuts instead of walnuts since I really like Nutella (LOL!). The espresso also added more depth to these cookies, I mean, who doesn’t love chocolate+coffee+hazelnuts?
What else would you add? What type of nuts would you try in this cookie?
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Have you ever tried Mary MacLeod’s shortbread before? It’s sold in a lot of stores in Canada. I’ve tried it once and it was really good! However, I can’t justify the price tag of these cookies (around $2 per cookie). It’s good that making these is pretty easy~
These cookies are very rich and buttery, while not being overly sweet! I really enjoyed the dark chocolate ones rather than the milk chocolate. What chocolate would you try to pair with these?
Let me know if you enjoyed this!
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Crispy and tender. These nutty flavoured cookies are a treat for those who love browed butter!
Simple enough to make without a stand-mixer, these cookies will win compliments from friends and family!
Enjoy~ Let me know if you like these cookie recipes!
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Cute and easy to make biscuits that look high-effort without requiring much energy to make.
They’re perfect if you don’t like your biscuits too sweet, enjoy coffee, and/or don’t have baking soda or powder on hand. They’re also the perfect size to snack on!
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I loved this recipe, and so did my friends!
The sweetness from the chocolate, and sheer amount of sugar that shortbread has, was wonderfully countered by the salted butter used. I’ve lost track of how many time’s I’ve made it now.
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