Despite their name, Ganache-Filled Espresso Cookies don’t taste so much of coffee as they possess a rich, depth of flavor. So don’t dismiss this recipe if you’re not a fan of the bean in your biscuits — bake them because you appreciate an intensely satisfying sandwich cookie.
Here’s another cookie recipe that would go down a real treat in your Cinco de Mayo festivities tomorrow. Originally, the holiday commemorated freedom and democracy in the American West during the first years after the American Civil War. Nowadays, the May 5 holiday is important in the American calendar as a celebration of Mexican culture, heritage and pride. These Chocolate and Coffee Cookies are a perfect fiesta in your mouth because they combine three traditional tastes often associated with Mexican cooking: chocolate, cinnamon and coffee. Olé!
Ze Carter revisits a perennial children’s favorite and injects a variety of flavors that the adult palette will savor with her Grown-Up Sugar Cookies. Carter provides a basic sugar cookie recipe, then amps up the taste factor with such additions as rum raisin, hot chocolate, vanilla coffee, ginger and spice, and wasabi. Put the kids to bed and enjoy!