Math Geek meets Home Cook . I created Erique Berry Co. to share all the positive and inspiring experiences I come across daily. Those experiences come in the form of cooking, loving, learning, and living in Charlotte, NC.
December 9, 2020
Why in the world would anyone add cookie spread to a cookie recipe? Do we need a reason? The reason is cookie spread is fantastic, and we have the right to add cookie spread to anything and everything.
Two of my favorite cookies are ginger snaps and chewy peanut butter cookies, and this recipe marries both cookies together. Even though I highly recommend chilling the cookie dough for at least 30 minutes, it only takes 6-8 minutes for the cookies to bake to perfection. With this cookie recipe, you get a light gingery, chewy cookie that would pair perfectly with a glass of almond milk or ice cream.
With social distancing, I feel like we have less access to all the sweet treats of the holidays, which may be a good or bad thing. But I plan on making up for those missed treats by doing plenty of baking at home and starting with these Cookie Butter Cookies. I teamed up with Amoretti to get my baking started! Bake goods and a pandemic, can my waistline take anymore?
Ok. Let say that Amoretti has such a wide range of high-quality ingredients to help you make the perfect baked good. You can also find flavored syrups, and I grab a few coffee syrups since I am making coffee at home most days. After being amazed by all the goodies on Amoretti’s website, I decided to kick off my baking with the Speculoos Creamy Cookie Spread and even found a recipe for cookie butter coffee. You read that right.
It’s time to kick-off cookie baking reason and head over to Amoretti’s website to get started. Also, share your favorite recipes with cookie butter. I look forward to seeing how to incorporate cookie butter in other recipes.