Perfect for your Easter brunch or just as a refreshing spin on lemonade, you’re going to be ob-sessed with this lavender version. (And if lemonade is too PG for you, add your favorite spirit or a splash of champagne for an adult twist.)
Cardamom and Maple Tuiles from Edible
Melt-in-the-mouth thin and laden with spice, these crispy tuiles are a delightful addition to any Christmas cookie assortment. What’s more, the batter is simple to make and they’re great fun to shape! Curved rounds are sinfully easy to pop in the mouth but you can make cones, tubes, twists, or spirals—get creative! Cardamom can be […]
Vienna Bars from Alyssa Ponticello-Levine
Alyssa Ponticello-Levine, the blogger behind Runway Chef, created these buttery-sweet Vienna bars for the holidays. They are almost too pretty to eat… almost. Click through for the full recipe.
Hot Chocolate Cookies from Spoon University
Why drink your hot chocolate when you can eat your hot chocolate? Our pals at Spoon University solved all of our hot chocolate problems with these chocolatey morsels full of peppermint and a big marshmallow on top. Get the full recipe after the jump.
Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies from Nicole Cogan
Nicole Cogan, the gluten-free maven behind No Bread, has created these ooey, gooey cookies full of coconut, chocolate chips, and frosting. The best part? They are gluten-free so they are totally indulgent but you can eat them guilt-free. Get the recipe after the jump.