Need recipes for cookies? Need them now? Whether you need to make cookies to serve at holiday gatherings or to give as gifts, you can check out, download, and read cooking magazines on your computer, phone, or tablet from the Iowa City Public Library. You don’t have to come downtown. You don’t have to wait until the library is open. All magazines are available to you right now in your home. For more information on our digital magazines, check out icpl.org/zinio.
But to save you even more time, here’s what recipes you can find in the December issues:
Dorrie Greenspan developed a vanilla cookie dough recipe with four different twists that will specifically stand up to wrapping and shipping. Find her recipes for double-ginger crumb cookies, vanilla polka dot cookies, Christmas spice cookies, and white chocolate-poppy seed cookies.
Bon Appetit has given some punch to classic cookie recipes. They’ve added green tea powder and freeze-dried raspberries to rainbow cookies, sesame seeds to the black and white cookie, and spiced brown butter to the Linzer. Nothing boring here. Also try the chocolate-nut rugelach and Danish salted-butter cookies.
You’ll find recipes for red velvet snowballs, triple chocolate hazelnut cookies, white chocolate and peppermint blondies, biscuit and jam cookies, spiced shortbread, fruitcake cookies, sugar cookies; Making sweets as gifts? Packaging ideas included.
Tired of the traditional chocolate fudge? Martha Stewart Living added a layer of white chocolate and peppermint.
Find these magazines and many more at icpl.org/zinio. Enjoy!