Easy to make Crescent Cookies that make great edible gifts for your loved ones during Holidays.
It is that time of the year to start planning and start baking those delicious goodies for your family and friends. I love baking cookies to give as edible gifts — shows my love for them and gives a personal touch to the gift. I baked these rich and buttery Crescent cookies and dipped them in chocolate for an extra treat. I used Bob’s Red Mill flour to make these cookies and I am so happy to be doing this sponsored post for them.Bob’s Red Mill products are my favorite because they are of the highest quality which in turn make all my baked goods truly shine. During the holiday season, first thing I make sure is to have all my baking ingredients ready. So I buy bags of flour (all purpose, wholewheat and so on), baking soda/ powder, egg replacer (for my vegan baking) and so on.Luckily Bob’s Red Mill has everything I need and much more. Here’s a Coupon to save $1 on any Bob’s Red Mill products.
Did you know that Psychologists have found that baking for others promotes a sense of well being and benefits the baker as much as, if not more, than the recipient? This makes so much sense because cooking for others makes me feel so happy and connected. Do read this article from Huffington Post, may be it’ll inspire you even more to cook/ bake for someone.These Crescent cookies are basically short bread cookies that are very easy to make and taste absolutely delicious. The addition of milk powder makes them just melt in the mouth. These can be cut into any shape you like, but I made these crescent shape ones. They remind me of Chand cookies (meaning ‘Crescent moon’ cookies) that are served with tea at eateries in India.Bake these Crescent cookies for your loved ones. They are easy to make and using high quality ingredients from Bob’s Red Mill makes them fool proof. As they say, Made with Love and Baked with Bob’s. Happy Holidays and Happy Baking to all of you!!
This is a sponsored post for Bob’s Red Mill. All opinions in the post are entirely mine.