Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Tuesdays with Dorie: World Peace Cookies

Jessica of cookbookhabit chose World Peace Cookies for this week's TWD recipe. I do remember reading in TWD that Dorie is crazy for these!

This was a pretty easy recipe, everything went well. I used freshly ground sea salt instead of fleur de sel. When making these keep in mind that these are slice and bake cookies so chill at least 3 hours (I did mine overnight). These came out beautifully, after letting them sit in the cookie jar for a few hours, they became soft and chewy, much different than right out of the oven with a gritty texture I thought.


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22 Lovely Comments:

StickyGooeyCreamyChewy said...

I love these cookies! They're one of my faves. Yours turned out just great! Nice photos, too. Well done!

vibi said...

Beautiful, Rachelle!
How nice those cookies are sitting on this Fragonard style plate! Wowwy!

Teanna said...

So beautiful! And I think I actually liked the dough almost as much as the cookies, so thanks for the shot of the dough! Looks great!

Kimberly Johnson said...

Your cookies look fantastic! I like mine better after they had "aged" in the cookie jar!

Helene said...

I tried these and they did not turn out good. I should try them again because yours look really good.

mike said...

They look great! Aren't they just the best cookies? I love how you can make them ahead of time - love the photo of them trailing along the cookbook page! Nicely done!

Chrystina said...

Ok, you can't tempt a prego with chocolate cookies that look this divine. I am running to the store now.

Shari@Whisk: a food blog said...

Looks like yours sliced up perfectly! Mine were a little crumbly but turned out ok.

cupcake said...

Your cookies look fantastic - nice and round and ooey-gooey good!

Mary said...

I love the cookies.....but more than that, I love that cool vintage plate you used in the first photo....do you have a generous great aunt somewhere or do you use ebay? :)

Anonymous said...

Your photos are gorgeous and your WP cookies look wonderful. YUM!

Rachelle @ "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" said...

Thanks everyone!

Jess- I too like the way the dough lookd, and loved that there are no eggs in this. So even its safer to eat raw. :)

Vibi- Is that the style? I have no idea, but the back of the plate says Germany on it.

Shari- while I was mixing the dough, I ket it going until it all combined, maybe for a few seconds longer, just until it wasn't crumbly anymore.

Mary- No no, I found the plate at a favorite 2nd hand shop. I have found several pieces you've seen in my blog, there and for only a couple dollars each! Perhaps it was someone's great aunt once!


TeaLady said...

Love the pic of cookies on the book. They look tasty. I will make them again cause they are so easy, especially if you are a busy mom.

Kathleen said...

I tried to comment on this last night. Must be my java.

A little peace goes a long way.
A little chocolate usually brings a little piece.

I'm hungry.

: )

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