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Thumbprint cookies - Hallongrottor with fig marmalade

Thumbprint Cookies – Hallongrottor

There’s a reason why people love Classic thumbprint cookies – Hallongrottor. These cookies are easy to make and even easier to customize with different fillings and flavour variations. Usually when I make thumbprint cookies I use raspberry or blueberry marmalade.  But after making some fig marmalade with vanilla and cardamom flavour the other day, I […]

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Browned butter cappuccino cookies

Browned butter cappuccino cookies

Browned butter cappuccino cookies are absolutely delicious. They have a soft and crumbly texture that melts in your mouth, yet they’re also crunchy because of the toffee bits. The special taste comes from the browned butter and toffee bits, giving them a caramel cappuccino flavor without using coffee in the dough. I tried these cookies

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Filled Lemon Bomb Cookies

Filled Lemon Bomb Cookies

Filled lemon bomb cookies were made one day when I was playing in the kitchen and trying to create some magic. I wanted to make some soft lemon cookies with sweetened condensed milk, filled with lemon cream cheese filling. And it was a success! Filled lemon bomb cookies are easy and quick to make. The

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Honey and Toffee Cookies

Honey and Toffee Cookies

Kolasnittar, also known as toffee cookies, have gained popularity in Sweden for their delicious taste and simple preparation. These delightful treats can be made in just about 30 minutes, allowing you to enjoy your very own batch of Swedish toffee/honey cookies in no time. The Honey Substitution Traditionally, these cookies are made using “Ljus Sirap,”

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