Tuesday, 2 December 2008

TWD: Linzer Sablés


It's Tuesday again and that means it's time to bake something for TWD! This week, I'm baking some cookies that really got me in the mood of Christmas - Linzer Sablés!

I only made half a batch of the cookies, as I have already planned out three more bakings to do for this week. Using a 1-inch square fluted cookies cutter, I have about 25 pairs of cookies which were then sandwiched with my homemade peach and pomegranate jam, and nutella.

This is a great pick by Noskos of Living the Life, not only the cookies are delicious, but it has also been added to my "to-bake" list for Christmas. If you are also interested to bake these yummy treats for Christmas, head over to Noskos's blog for recipe!

32 Comments:

Isabelle said...

Comment c'est beau !! j'adore ta photo !

Julie said...

What a nice picture! I really does get us in the mood of christmas!

chocolatechic said...

I heart the square cookies.

Just adorable.

vibi said...

Boy! When I see things like this, I find your name suits you so well... as you make everything with so much of it! Those are simply fantastic... and what to say about your choice of fillings, how creative!

squawmama said...

Wow I am hungry for those now... They look so delish! Thanks for sharing them with us... Have a great day!

(((HUGS)))
Donna

Engineer Baker said...

Those are so petite and beautiful! I love that they're square too. Perfect way to get in the holiday mood.

SiHaN said...

i love the assortment! and the square cutters! perfect.. darn.. i'm a dork!

redmenace said...

Gorgeous! I'd love to make these!

kim said...

gorgeous photo! i love the square shape and the different filling flavors you used. delicious :)

pinkstripes said...

I love the square cookies! Your linzer sables look perfect.

What's for Supper? said...

I really like the shape of yours. Great job.

Kimberly Johnson said...

Your linzer sables look fantastic! I love the square cookies - I need to find a cutter like this!

Bri said...

What a beautiful picture! The cookies look fantastic and I really like the square shape. It's a pleasantly different take on all the other versions of these that I have seen.

Rachel said...

So cute! And your jams sound delish!

squawmama said...

Come on over I have an award and meme for you to do.... ;-D

(((HUGS)))
Donna

steph- whisk/spoon said...

lovely!!

Rhiani said...

Your square sables are so cute! I agree that these make for a lovely holiday presentation - I just with I liked the taste/texture more. Not soft and chewy enough for my tastes.

My Taste Heaven said...

wow....yummmy.....

Linda said...

Those squares are darling! I'm with you...these are going to be part of my christmas cookie assortment.

Eunice said...

I love these! The squares make them look so sophisticated! By the way, just curious, do you use scrapbook paper as your backdrop?

CB said...

Pom jam?? HOLY YUM! Gorgeous photo as always! Glad you enjoyed the recipe!
Clara @ iheartfood4thought

Rebecca said...

These are so stinking gorgeous. Peach jam! The jealousy is overtaking me.

Erin said...

These look so pretty! I love the little squares.

anudivya said...

Hey! This is my first time here on your blog, and I am blown away. What lovely pics and recipes... all of them look like they jumped out of a gourmet cookbook!
Fantastic work.

Erin said...

These look so beautiful!

Tracey said...

Your cookies are so cute! The photo is great too. Whatever that is that the cookies are sitting on, it is marvelous!

daphne said...

These looked so pretty! They will make a nice Christmas present too.

Food For Tots said...

Lovely cookies and nice presentation! Do u have "to-bake" list for CNY? Hehehe...! ;)

Piggy said...

Hi all, thanks for your comments!

Eunice - I use fabrics as backdrop, not scrapbook papers. :-)

Anudivya - Thanks for dropping by!

Food for Tots - Unfortunately I don't think I can bake anything for CNY, because I'll be back in SG by then. All my baking utensils will be in Saudi. :-(

Sophie said...

These sound so tasty and look very pretty, your homemade jam also sounds delicious :)!

Dolores said...

Great minds think alike... I did mine with Nutella too. :)

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