This is the second cookie I made from Bouchon Bakery this week. It’s a version of a classic cream-filled chocolate cookie, the initials standing for Thomas Keller Oreos.
Archive of posts from March 2015
These peanut-butter filled oatmeal sandwich cookies looked simple, but this weekend project ended up being spread over three days.
Looking for an oatmeal porridge recipe, a search for oatmeal candied orange led me instead to these scones. These took less than an hour from start to finish, and was an easy breakfast treat for a Sunday morning.
I’m about halfway through all the muffin recipes in Bouchon Bakery, and finally got around to making one of my favourite varieties, blueberry.
My brother-in-law, who is staying with us for a while, really, really wanted banana bread. I happened to be cooking out of one of Ottolenghi’s savory cookbooks, when I saw this recipe in the last chapter.
If you’re looking for a recipe that makes Belgian waffles (the kind you top with fruit and cream), I found one. Not only did these turn out soft and light, they’re made with half whole wheat flour, so you can pretend that you’re having a healthy, whole-grain breakfast.