I’ve been baking and freezing cookies so I can keep the cookie jar filled for our family get-together this week. (Dave LOVES being my taste tester! )
I tried a new recipe I cut out of a magazine (click the picture for a larger view), and it’s definitely a keeper! Luckily, I found the online version, too. You can click here for a printable copy with U.S. or metric measurements. (The teeny-tiny “Print” command is below the recipe to the right of the share buttons.) And you really WILL want a copy, because they are AMAZING!
P.S. I inherited my cookie jar from a beloved aunt. This lovely little lady is full of wonderful memories! ♥
Katherine I’ve been making these for years….They are soooooo darn good! Do they ever really stay in the cookie jar though..LoL:)
Yay!!! So glad to have an *expert* opinion! 🙂 And whether they stay in the cookie jar or not . . . I’ll SOON find out! 🙂
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those look really tasty !!
I hope you’ll get to try them! 🙂
Katherine…you tempt me so!
That made me laugh! Truthfully, though, it was hard to put them in the freezer instead of eating them!!! 🙂
Q – Super yum looking! Um, looking at the oak table – I’m sitting at one just like it as I type. LOL!
I love that image! 🙂 Mine is often out of commission as a dining table because of sewing or crafting projects! 🙂
Q – Ditto. Except take away sewing machine and add computer. Kids are gone, don’t need it for daily use anymore. Lol
We’re the same way . . . Dave and I usually eat at the counter or on the porch . . . or enjoy someone else’s cooking at a restaurant! 🙂
That’s a cute cute cookie jar. Lucky you!
I KNOW! I so loved that cookie jar (and not just because of the cookies!) when I was a little girl, so it was really sweet of Aunt Vitha’s sons to give it to me. It just makes me smile! 🙂
They ARE! And I love the design the powdered sugar makes on them as they bake! 🙂
oooh no…no cookies for me….these look mah-vah-lous!!!
I know . . . you’re being good these days! And I’m proud of you!!! 🙂
I was too until I had all that wine this weekend…back on track today – 3 lbs lighter!
Chocolate Crinkles is what we call them…
My Mom had similar cookie jar …my niece has it…
I love that name, and it describes them perfectly! And I’ll bet your niece just LOVES that cookie jar!!! 🙂
A cookie jar like that is sure to be filled with nothing but delicious tasting cookies. A must try recipe. Be A Blessing because you’re Blessed. Mtetar
I haven’t baked cookies for a long time, so I’m definitely having fun! 🙂
I’m sure! I passed it on to another friend and she was thankful. Be A Blessing because you’re Blessed. Mtetar
What beautiful jar, I’d like to try this recipe 🙂
I hope you do! And the cookie jar is optional . . . since I’ll bet the cookies will disappear quickly! 🙂
Yes you are right 🙂 They will vanish very quickly 🙂
Oh my goodness…these look AMAZING!!! I know what I will be baking on my next baking day…
Yay! I hope you LOVE them, Hannah! 🙂
I love the cookie jar! Thanks for the cookie recipe, they look delicious. How fortunate your family is to have you provide them with such wonderful gifts. Enjoy your time with them. ~Vickie
I will, Vickie! And I hope you enjoy making (and eating!) these lovely cookies! 🙂
If you’ve tested and you say they’re good, that’s good enough for me. I tried your blender coconut pie, and it was easy and yummy! I’m printing this to make this weekend. Thanks for sharing a success!
Kim @ Curtain Queen
Yup . . . tested and tasty! I hope you enjoy them, Kim! 🙂
good recipe! those chocolate glacier cookies look delicious from the pictures & lovely lady (jar) too! 🙂
I love the designs from the powdered sugar! 🙂
These have great reviews. I am going to make them!
Yay! I hope you love them as much as we do! 🙂
Love these cookies! I know them as chocolate crinkles – my daughter and I have made and enjoyed them for years!
I love that name even better . . . and it describes them to a T! 🙂
These look delicious! So they are chocolate cookies with a lot of confectioner’s sugar on them, right? I didn’t realize the sugar would stay on like that after you bake the cookies.
They ARE! And it does somehow stay on. I hope you’ll get to try them! 🙂
Thanks! I printed the recipe and plan to try them. Love your cookie jar! I inherited my mother’s apple cookie jar from the 40’s. 🙂
I just LOVE cookie jars! I always wished I had a big enough space that I could collect them. But I’m happy with my one little lady, too. 🙂 I hope you enjoy the cookies, Anny! 🙂