Cookies & Whoopie PIes
Who doesn't love cookies? I'm a huge fan of these treats, and always want one in the middle of the afternoon. That's why I had to make cookies of my own that would satisfy my own cravings as well as others. Check out these scrumptious flavors!
I call it the "deconstructed" coffee cookie where you have the warm flavors of maple syrup and subtle sweetness of black sugar. This cookie is sandwiched by a coffee cream made of Kahlua and espresso powder. It's a fan favorite!
This matcha (green tea) shortbread cookie provides a twist on traditional shortbread. Sandwiched by red bean paste, this cookie is the epitome of Asian flavors; the combination of green tea and red bean provide a slight fragrant, bitter tea taste along with a sweet thick texture that comes with the red bean paste.
There's nothing like having a hazelnut linzer cookie with some tea or coffee to tide over the work day. Filled with raspberry jam, this cookie is always loved by everyone!
Whoopie pies are fun to eat and are essentially mini-versions of cake sandwiches. They're fun to eat on a lazy Saturday afternoon and share with people!
If you love pumpkin and the flavors of fall, this is the baked good for you. Not only does it have homemade pumpkin cream cheese in its center, but it is also coated in peanuts. You experience a crunchy fluffy bite of nuts and snickerdoodle with every mouthful!
The combination of yuzu, a Japanese citrus fruit, and lemon help highlight the slightly sweet and tart berry flavor of the cream. It screams refreshing and comfort all at the same time.
This whoopie pie brings back childhood memories for those who have drank Ovaltine growing up. The combination between the chocolate / malt with marshmallow brings you back to your childhood in one bite.