Three Essential Drop Cookies

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Three Essential Drop Cookies

 Classic Chocolate Chunk Cookies & Pecan-Oat Double Chip Cookies are classified as drop cookies. Once the dough has been blended, it may be dropped from a spoon or small spring release scoop onto prepared pans before baking. They may be filled with all sorts of delicious ingredients ranging from chocolate & nuts to dried fruits, oats & spice. Drop cookies may use all purpose flour, cocoa powder for rich taste or have ground nuts & oats in them to bind the ingredients together. Flourless Chocolate-Hazelnut Cookies have the addition of powdered sugar for stability & a sweetened bite. Accompany with a combination of other classic cookie styles ranging from Vanille Kipferl to Chocolate-Walnut Icebox Cookies when hosting Christmas gatherings. Learn how to make a collection of classics ideal for the holidays & beyond.

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How To Create A Collection Of Drop Cookies 

Planning & logistics are the key fundamentals to hosting fabulous open house gatherings during the holidays. Delicious drop cookie recipes offer good taste when entertaining is in order & you certainly can’t go wrong with any of these favorites. Texture & flavor add interest to lovely parties & gifts for giving.

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Knowing when & how far in advance seasonal cookies can be prepared for gatherings will help ensure a smooth event. Follow these pointers for an organized execution that’s guaranteed to be a success.

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Bourbon-Molasses Oatmeal Cookies

 A fresh from the oven batch of Bourbon-Molasses Oatmeal Cookies offer undeniable good taste with a chewy texture that can’t be beat plus they are filled with festive spirits & bold molasses. The key to success when preparing these cookies is to begin the mixing process with butter that is the proper consistency. It shouldn’t be too firm nor too soft. You should be able to create a rudimentary butter curl with a spoon indicating that it is indeed ready to use. Learn how to make a wonderful cookie ideal for gifting.

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 Classic Chocolate Chunk Cookies

 Chocolate chip cookies come in all sorts of shapes & sizes. Some will profess a love of thin & crisp while others swoon over soft & chewy. No matter your preference, one thing I have found is that someone rarely passes when offered a classic beauty. Chopping chocolate, even just a simple package of morsels, provides bits of chocolate dispersed throughout this cookie. It is relatively solid so it’s important to focus on the task. Place the quantity of chocolate needed on a large cutting board. Using a sharp chef knife, start at one corner of the amount needed. Position the knife blade straight over it. While holding the handle in one hand, apply pressure with palm of your other hand. Push downward over the top of the knife blade. The chocolate will begin to break into pieces. Once in smaller pieces, rock the chef knife over the chocolate to chop further. Learn how to make a traditional drop cookie friends will rave over.

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Peanut Butter-Toffee Cookies

An eye-catching Peanut Butter-Toffee Cookie may be easily achieved. Portion the dough by using a small spring release disher. Place onto parchment paper or foil-lined half sheet pans. Flatten the dough slightly, using your fingers. Chop extra candy bars & press the pieces onto the tops of the dough before baking. The same concept can be applied for chocolate morsels, if desired. Learn how to make an indulgent cookie.

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