Cookies

I’ve always wanted to bake M&M cookies, so I bought three...





I’ve always wanted to bake M&M cookies, so I bought three bags of the candy at the store and tried my hand at it. I’ve modified the recipe to my liking. They’re small, soft, and chewy. Enjoy!

Ingredients

1-¾ cup all-purpose flour
½ teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon salt
½ cup butter, melted
¼ cup granulated sugar
½ cup brown sugar (preferably dark)
1 large egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
½ cup M&M’s (~3 bags of M&M candy)

In a medium bowl, sift together flour, baking soda, and salt. Set aside.


Vegan cookies by Alien’s Day Out Bake Shop

I’m not really a Valentine’s Day type of person, but it doesn’t mean that I don’t like accepting gifts on that day. Mr. M surprised me this year with cookies from Alien’s Day Out, a vegan bakery based in Seoul.  Don’t worry if you are like us elsewhere in Korea, they also spaceship their fresh baked goodies.  Our cookies were delivered without any of them being damaged. Maybe that’s alien technology?!  Sorry I am getting carried away with the cool name of this little company.

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Slice & Bake: Asian Tea Cookies

In this Neapolitan-style cookie, Asian flavors of chocolate, roasted soybean and green tea are layered and then dipped in white chocolate.  These decadent cookies are perfect with tea or coffee.

Asian Tea Cookies

Slice & Bake: Asian Tea Cookies

Servings: About 50 Cookies

Ingredients:

-1/2 cup butter (1 stick), at room temperature (soft)

-1 1/4 cups sugar

-1/4 cup milk, at room temperature

-1 egg

-2 tsp vanilla extract (or 5-7 drop of vanilla concentrate)

-1/2 tsp baking soda

-1/4 tsp salt

-1 1/4 cups whole wheat flour

-1 1/4 cups white wheat flour

-2 Tbls cocoa powder

-3 Tbls roasted soybean powder


Once Upon a Time…

…in the not so distant past, in the land of South Korea, Oreos were a mere figment of a foreigner’s imagination.  It was a dark time where Oreos had to be obtained in care packages from home, visits to other countries, or succumbing to eating Cameos- Oreo knockoffs.

 

Little did I know that upon my return to South Korea, Oreos would be plentiful sitting on store shelves as if they had been there with the rest of America’s food imperialism for years.   Even though you can’t find my personal favorites Golden Oreos (sad), or Double Stuffed (double sad), more than just plain Oreos are available.

Today I found these:


K✰Pop Choco Biscuts 케이✰ 팝 초코비스킷

Name:    K✰Pop Choco Biscuits (케이✰ 팝 초코비스킷)

Calories: 195 per serving

Maker: Lotte

Yum: ♥ 


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