Tuesday, 3 February 2009

TWD: World Peace Cookies


Jessica from Cookbookhabit has chosen world peace cookies for TWD this week.

This is a simple recipe, in fact, it's so easy that I mixed the batter by hands! You see, I'm still in Singapore for holidays and won't be back to SA until end of February. All I have at the moment is a wooden spatula, a big ceramic bowl and a built-in oven. I have to search for the recipe online because I don't even have the cookbook with me!

Anyway, preparing the batter was a breeze, and I don't even have the crumbly dough problem which was encountered by some of the TWD-ers. Taste wise, it's too chocolatey for my liking, but I like the melt-in-the-mouth texture. I'd definitely replace the chocolate chips with chopped nuts if I were to bake the cookies again.

If you are a big fan of chocolate cookies, check out the recipe from here or Jessica's blog!

21 Comments:

Teanna said...

How GORGEOUS is that photo!? Seriously!

Karen said...

See, I am not a fan of chocolate cake or really of chocolate cookies but give me these chocolate cookies anyday! Beautiful photo! :)

chocolatechic said...

Brilliant!

Way to make do!!!

I'll take half a dozen please.

spike. said...

I'm impressed at your effort to keep on baking even away from home! Your cookies look great

Y said...

Baking with minimal equipment..talk about going back to basics! The end result looks utterly delicious.

vibi said...

Awwww! Piggy! That's way too many cookies for one person!
No! no! I insist... add a glass of milk and I'm over in a flash to help you with those darn chunkers! LOL

Beautiful pictures, for beautiful (or should I say amazing) cookies!

steph- whisk/spoon said...

so pretty! i made these by hand, too--super easy.

Engineer Baker said...

Too chocolatey?! Goodness no! :) Yours look amazing.

Mrs Erg├╝l said...

Hi there! Another Singaporean food blogger?

These chocolate goodies look awesome!

Tracey said...

Those are some seriously cute cookies! Hopefully you'll like them better with nuts!

Helene said...

What a great picture.

Stardust said...

good job anyway! I'll have those for breakfast, lunch and dinner if consuming them promises what they're called. =)

ENJOY your days in SG, my share inclusive!

Jin Hooi said...

well done !!! your cookies look great !!!

Jess said...

You know, you are the first person I've seen mention wanting to try these cookies with nuts! Those would be a very good addition. Beautiful picture, too.

kim said...

i love your cute little tray:) your cookies look perfect!

Gretchen Noelle said...

Good for you for baking anywhere at any time! These look wonderful!

pinkstripes said...

Your WP cookies look great! I agree, they are very easy to make.

n.o.e said...

What a pretty tray of deliciousness! I don't usually like chocolate cookies, but I make a BIG exception for these. And they would be delicious with nuts.
Nancy

The Food Librarian said...

How perfect are these?! Wonderful! And what a trooper for baking while away!

Shari@Whisk: a food blog said...

What a lovely tray of cookies! Hope you're having a good time in Singapore!

Food For Tots said...

Salute Piggy! You are such a talented baker, can bake anything anywhere!