Tuesday, February 3, 2009

TWD: World Peace Cookies


These cookies are definitely yummy enough to create world peace! Jessica of cookbookhabit chose World Peace Cookies , for Tuesdays with Dorie this week. The recipe is on pages 138-139 of Dorie's cookbook or you can get the full recipe on Jessica's blog.

When I was mixing these up and the directions said to pulse the mixer on low and that the mixture would be kind of crumbly, I had no idea how crumbly Dorie meant. I really never thought I was going to get them into a roll to refrigerate them to slice them later! I dumped a bowl full of barely mixed flour on the counter. Somehow I got the two logs rolled and in plastic wrap. Slicing them was a new adventure. I had serious doubts that they would even come out at all! But yummy they are...so rich and dark and deliciously chocolate! The taste of the salt with the sweet of the chocolate was just another wonderful surprise! Luckily my cookies didn't come out too large...I don't think I would have wanted a larger cookie, they are so rich! I've never made a cookie without some other kind of liquid or egg or anything else to hold it together! But it works...













...and warm from the oven - they were especially yummy! Thanks Jessica!

9 comments:

Jennifer said...

What lovely cookies...and I LOVE the plate, too!

Teanna said...

These are absolutely amazing! So glad that you liked them!

chocolatechic said...

I see one missing off that cookie sheet....

n.o.e said...

It is so cool how these come together - even when they come out of the oven looking not done - they really are fabulous when it's time to eat them. LOVE these!
Nancy

mike said...

They turned out fantastic! I had to kneed mine a bit to get the dough to come together because yes, they WERE a bit crumbly. Nicely done!

Shari@Whisk: a food blog said...

Warm from the oven is the perfect way to eat these!

Jess said...

Lovely cookies...I decided to take the plunge this time and mix until the dough wasn't crumbly...and it worked!

pinkstripes said...

I'm glad you liked them. YUM!

TeaLady said...

They were good weren't they. Great job.