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Sally's Cookie Addiction: Irresistible Cookies, Bars, Shortbread, and More by Sally McKenney

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  • Vanilla frosting

    • Lmocooks on October 30, 2018

      Makes a relatively small amount, barely enough to make a decorative edge to a 12 in cake. Taste is good, even if a slight bit grainy.

  • Glaze icing

    • Lmocooks on October 30, 2018

      Makes a small amount. Barely enough to make pretty dollops around a 12 in cake. Taste is good for buttercream, even if a tiny bit grainy.

  • White chocolate macadamia nut cookies

    • mharriman on May 12, 2018

      Yum!! My family doesn’t like white chocolate, so I used regular chocolate chips instead. Such a beautiful looking and tasty cookie! Sally McKenney’s cookie recipes never fail when I use them.

  • Soft and chewy chocolate chip cookies

    • mharriman on November 30, 2017

      A dependable ccc recipe. I’d pretty much given up making chocolate chip cookies because they always spread on me, but decided to try this one after having success with two other recipes in this book. Perfect results! The only thing I don’t like is having to chill the dough for 3+ hours. I chilled the dough overnight and made them the next morning. Just need to plan ahead for this cookie recipe.

  • Autumn spice oatmeal cookies

    • Aggie92 on October 31, 2018

      Not bad, but there is way too much going on in this cookie. The pumpkin spice is lost in all the other flavors and the dark chocolate really dominates. The coconut also seems superfluous, gives a little chew but not much else. I made the following minor changes to the recipe: substituted walnuts for pepitas, omitted the granulated sugar and they were still plenty sweet, and for high altitude reduced the baking soda to 1/2 teaspoon.

  • Cherry almond coconut macaroons

    • mharriman on November 30, 2017

      Decadently delicious cookies. Very Easy to make until the drizzling of white chocolate part. The white chocolate never became thin enough in liquid form to drizzle. I ended up just dripping a dollop lengthwise once, but the result was nothing like the photo ( thin stripes) in the cookbook. I’m not sure the white chocolate icing adds anything other than visual appeal to the cookie, so may just omit it next time. Gave as a gift with other cookies and this was the fav.

  • Ginger pistachio cookies

    • mharriman on December 20, 2017

      Excellent! Need to plan time to unshell pistachios if, like me, you can’t find unshelled. This is the fifth cookie recipe I’ve made from this book, and like the others, this cookie is incredible. Makes even me, a klutz at baking, look like a pro. Sally Mckenney is my new hero.

  • Buttery shortbread

    • mharriman on February 13, 2018

      Irresistible! I had a bit of trouble with the dough sticking to the rolling pin at times ( even with floured roll out board and floured pin). I used a two inch round cutter and the thicker dough (1/2 inch) made better cookies. I love how this recipe produces a delicate, light cookie with a lovely but not overpowering buttery flavor. I couldn’t stop eating these and they are indeed wonderful companions for tea.

  • Sugar cookie sparkles

    • Lmocooks on October 26, 2018

      Cooked for the longer listed time, the slight crisp edge and soft middle make for an excellent little sugar cookie.

  • Giant funfetti cookie pizza

    • Lmocooks on October 30, 2018

      Very tasty, and a good texture even though I had no cornstarch and didn’t try to substitute anything for it. The suggested frosting pairs well with it but I recommend making at least 1.5 times the recipe.

  • Peanut butter-stuffed cookie cups

    • mharriman on November 30, 2017

      These are wonderful! I discovered that it’s important to not overfill the muffin cup space with dough because when I put in a bit more than I should have, the cookie puffed up over the cup rim and wouldn’t come out without breaking. These were a major hit with my peanut butter loving husband.

  • Midnight brownie cookies

    • bwhip on March 28, 2018

      These are great! We’ve tried a few brownie cookie recipes over the years, and these are the best. Nicely chewy with crispy edges and really good chocolate flavor.

  • Double chocolate coconut macaroons

    • mharriman on February 13, 2018

      If you like coconut and you like chocolate, you’ll love these cookies. I skipped the melted chocolate on the bottom. I was making them as part of an evening get together at my house and was afraid the chocolate wouldn’t set and would be a mess to pick up and eat. As made, they were nice- chocolatey throughout with an inner darker chocolate layer that added depth to the cookie.

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  • ISBN 10 1631063073
  • ISBN 13 9781631063077
  • Published Sep 19 2017
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 192
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Race Point Publishing

Publishers Text

Baking addict and food blogger Sally McKenney blew our culinary minds with her debut cookbook, Sally's Baking Addiction, and she indulged our confection fantasies with Sally's Candy Addiction. Now she's back with the book that fans have been asking for.

Sally loves cookies. Simple fact. Her award-winning Salted Caramel Dark Chocolate Cookies turned into an online sensation, and she can't wait to share over 75 brand-new cookie recipes with you! Featuring a selection of cookies, bars, and brownies, Sally's Cookie Addiction is fully illustrated and features dozens of exciting cookie flavors like butterscotch, peanut butter, s'mores, coconut, lemon, chocolate, and loads more. And with Sally's simple, easy-to-follow recipes and mouthwatering photography, you can be sure you're getting more of the sweet with none of the fuss!


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