Readers bake up cookie contest winners | Food stuff and cooking

McDougal said she has been cooking these holiday favorites for as lengthy as she has been married. Which is pretty much 51 yrs.

Although they are just basic sugar cookies, they have a Neopolitan twist — and which is what tends to make all the change.

Influenced by Neopolitan ice cream, they have a few layers of color: brown, white and pink. The brown layer adds just a bit of melted unsweetened chocolate and walnuts to it the white layer is untouched and the crimson layer is just colored with a bit of red meals coloring.

It is a very and unfussy cookie, although it normally takes two days to make. It is strong, also, so it is simple to ship in the mail, McDougal explained.

If you do ship it in the mail, be absolutely sure to point out the aspect about it getting two times to make, as well as the aspect about it coming in 2nd place in this cookie contest. The delighted recipients will be duly amazed.

3rd position went to Chocolaty Caramel Thumbprints, which had been submitted by Ga Schaljo. These differ from traditional thumbprint cookies in two strategies, the chocolaty way and the caramel way.

Reader vote and staff vote, 3rd place: Chocolaty Caramel Thumbprints

Thumbprint cookies are commonly butter cookies with a fruit jam or a Hershey’s Kiss in an indentation in the heart. But these start off with chocolate cookies, and the indentation is loaded with candy caramels melted with a very little product. And then, if the cookie appears as well much like an ungilded lily, melted chocolate is then drizzled across the top.

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