These soft and gooey red velvet crinkle cookies are truly the best I’ve ever tasted. Love the softness and bold flavors in every bite.
Every year I try to bake some Christmas cookies. Not that I’m crazy about eating cookies. I won’t deny them, but I never really crave for cookies or sweets. I have heavy savory tooth if I haven’t said that enough already! But, Christmas simply is not complete without some sort of cookies and/or treats making, especially with two young children on board!
So this year as I’m pinning so many Christmas recipes on Pinterest, I came across these red velvet cookies. They looked so soft and gooey and the recipe didn’t seem to be hard that I immediately pinned it!
Truth to be told, the cookies are exactly as described! Soft and gooey and not too sweet. Which I really like. The taste of cream cheese is bold enough and I can also taste that hint of cocoa in the background! It’s just so perfect! My kids kept asking for them.
HOW TO STORE THESE RED VELVET CRINKLE COOKIES
Store them in an air-tight container (make sure it’s really air-tight) or zipper lock bag with a piece of bread, no more than half size of the bread, at room temperature for 3-4 days. This will help to keep the cookies fresh longer.
For longer storage, I would suggest placing them in freezer bag and freeze them. They can be recrisped in the oven at 425 F for 4-5 minutes.
Recipe is adapted from Wicked Good Kitchen
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STIR-FRIED KALE (4 servings)
Chop the stems and leaves into bite size. Preheat a wok or skillet on high heat. When hot enough, add in the oil, swirl to cover the wok/skillet. Add in the garlic and saute for about 30 seconds. Add in the kale and oyster sauce and stir to mix everything. Pour in the chicken stock and cover. Let it cook for about 5 minutes, uncover. The kale will be somewhat soft, but still a bit crunchy. Drizzle in the sesame oil. Have a taste and season with a bit more salt if needed. Turn off the heat and sprinkle with sesame seeds and toss to mix. Serve immediately
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