Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Merry Christmas Cookie Update

Just a quick note to say I followed a viewer's tip, and rolled the chocolate snowcap cookie dough in white granulated sugar first, before coating in the powdered sugar. I was told this would prevent the white tops from fading in brightness, and as you can see, that's exactly what happened (don't let the bad cell phone picture fool you). Thanks, anonymous YouTuber! Enjoy!


11 comments:

Skyjackie737 said...

Thanks! When we made these we got the dingy march snow. Hope you have a great holiday!

Grams Pam said...

Oh, that tip was from me. LOL ... says the "x" number of posters.

george jefferson said...

My family traditionally cooks a ham for Christmas. I'm surprised I couldn't find a video on baked ham on your site. I'd love to see your ideas of non-traditional methods of preparing a whole baked ham.

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Chef John said...

Check our "Christmas Hamlets"

CWR032 said...

My mother Gertrude really enjoyed the Hamlets.

campy said...

I've never created a recipe so simple and easy to follow. The cookies are so chewy and delicious. Thank you helping so many people, your the best.

campy said...

I've always had difficulty in baking anything. My first time out with this recipe hit a home run. Chewy,chocolatey full of flavor, thank you!

campy said...

I've never created a recipe so simple and easy to follow. The cookies are so chewy and delicious. Thank you helping so many people, your the best.

campy said...

I've never created a recipe so simple and easy to follow. The cookies are so chewy and delicious. Thank you helping so many people, your the best.

campy said...

The easiest recipe I've ever tried. The result was chewy,chocolatey and a crowd pleaser. Thank you Chef John!