Florentine Cookies + The Cookiepedia Book Giveaway {Winners Announced}

Happy Spring!

Well, sort of. It’s still snowing on and off here in Southern Ontario, but I’m hopeful. The good news is that this week is the first week in over 9 months during which I’ve been able to frolic freely in the kitchen and bake anything I wish. So Florentine cookies it was. And you guys, these are amazing. See, quite awhile back, I became enamoured with my talented friend Stacy Adimando’s cookbook, The Cookiepedia: Mixing Baking, and Reinventing the Classics, and I’ve been dying to make something, or everything, from it. 

So when I spotted a recipe for Florentines in her book, I knew I had to make them. And although Florentines are known to be an Italian treat (as the name suggests), I first fell in love with these crunchy, nutty discs of caramelized delight back when I was a teenager working at an Austrian bakery. When I googled this, I realized that appears to be a small debate regarding the Florentine cookie’s origin, but it’s safe to say that it is celebrated in not only Italy and Austria, but now here in my kitchen.  These are the most decadent and surprisingly simple cookies to prepare in all of the land, and I’ll just never get over them. I won’t.

So what exactly is a Florentine? Well, there are some variations, but typically they are super-thin, round, caramelized almond cookies made from butter, sugar, cream, corn syrup, salt and of course almonds, and there is usually some form of dark chocolate added. As you probably noticed in my photos, these ones are drizzled with chocolate as Stacy’s recipe includes, but many have their entire bottoms dipped in chocolate with a distinct pattern added, and include additional ingredients, such as candied fruit. Think of them as individual, lacy almond brittles that shatter in your mouth like little round sheets of nutty, buttery, caramel crack. Sometimes it actually kind of freaks me out that we have the power to create such deliciousness in our own kitchens, especially when it only takes a matter of minutes.

Stacy explains that the idea behind her book was to give 50 classic cookie recipes, and then offer ways to spin them into more modern versions with tons of ideas for adapting the recipes for countless variations. So, for example, she shares a chocolate chip recipe, but also a dark chocolate sea salt chip. And a peanut butter cookie, but also a pistachio butter cookie, and so many more. One of the reasons I love Stacy’s book most, aside from the gorgeous photography and charming illustration work, is that the recipes range so greatly–think everything from frosted animal crackers to French macarons, sables to sesame crisps, and so many more.

I know you guys will adore this book, if you don’t already that is, so I’m excited to host a The Cookiepedia giveaway! I have 3 copies of this go-to cookie book, courtesy of Stacy and Quirk Books, and I will be sending a copy to 3 lucky readers!

I’m also excited to share this recipe for the Florentines–they truly are of the most exquisite cookies I have tasted in a long time. I’ve listed the recipe just as it is in the book, but I have also added the ingredient weights, just in case, as well as some of my own notes below.

Florentine Cookies with Chocolate Drizzles

Yield: Makes about 3 dozen 3-inch round cookies

Decadent nutty, buttery, caramelized cookie discs drizzled in dark chocolate. Recipe as printed in The Cookiepedia cookbook by Stacy Adimando.


  • 1 cup (227 grams) unsalted butter, at room temperature
  • 1 1/4 cups (250 grams) sugar
  • 2 tablespoons (60 grams) corn syrup
  • 1 tablespoon (8 grams) all-purpose flour
  • 1/3 cup (80 ml) heavy cream (whipping cream)
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 2 1/3 cups (210 grams) sliced almonds
  • 4 ounces (120 grams) roughly chopped bittersweet chocolate


  1. Preheat the oven to 375 °F. Line a few baking sheets with parchment paper or silicone baking mats. Set them aside.
  2. Melt the butter, sugar and corn syrup together over medium heat. Add the flour and whisk to combine. Add the cream and salt and do the same.
  3. Let cook until the mixture comes to a full boil, and then add in the almonds and stir to combine. Continue cooking for 3 more minutes until the mixture thickens and starts to move around the pan in one mass. Take the pan off the heat.
  4. Drop 4 small spoonfuls of dough onto cookie sheets, leaving as much room between them as possible (the baked cookies will spread to about triple the size).
  5. Using an offset spatula or a wet hand, spread and flatten the batter into 3-inch rounds, creating a thin layer.
  6. Bake for 5 to 8 minutes, or until edges are brown and centers are just turning golden.
  7. Remove the cookie sheets from the oven and immediately reshape the cookies back into 3-inch circles, using the offset spatula or the back of a spoon to drag the batter back into place and round the edges. The cookies will harden within a few minutes.
  8. tip: if they harden too fast, just return them to the oven for a minute or so.
  9. Cool the reshaped cookies until they are firm and cool enough to handle. Then move them to a wire rack covered with parchment paper to set completely.
  10. As the optional (though delicious and suggested) finisher, melt the chocolate, in a glass or metal bowl over a pot of simmering water on the stove. Drizzle the melted chocolate over the tops of the Florentines. Let harden.
  11. Florentine Ice Cream Sandwiches
  12. When the cookies have cooled completely, skip the chocolate drizzle. Let a container of coffee or vanilla ice cream sit out, or microwave at 10-second intervals, until it's soft enough to dollop. In the meantime, lay half the Florentines on a parchment-lined baking sheet flat side up. Drop a heaping spoonful of the softened ice cream (about 2-3 tablespoons) into the center of each. Top with the remaining cookies and press lightly to adhere. Cover the baking sheet loosely with foil and place in the freezer for at least 2 hours.
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Sweetapolita’s Notes:

  • I used a 1-tablespoon capacity cookie scoop for my cookies, and they spread quite a bit, yielding more of a very thin, large 5 1/2-inch round cookie, but I love them this size, so I simply worked to round the edges when they first came out of the oven. Use about 1 teaspoon size spoon for 3-inch cookies, or somewhere in between.
  • Much like a caramel concoction of any kind, the longer you heat (bake) the cookies, the darker and more intense the caramel flavour and colour will be, so there is a little room for personal preference with the baking times. I baked 1 sheet at a time on the middle rack of the oven, and kept the cookies in for the full 8 minutes. Once they start to turn golden, they have the potential to burn very quickly, so I recommend keeping a super-close eye on them at that point, and remove them from the oven quickly.
  • It might seem as though it’s going to take a lifetime to bake 36 cookies when 4-to-a-tray, but at 8 minutes each, time, it goes by really quickly!
  • I just used a fork to “fling” the melted chocolate onto the cookies in a fun drizzly criss-cross pattern.
  • Stacy mentions that these cookies are best enjoyed right after cooling, and I can certainly agree that these are amazing in that window of time (I could not stop eating them), but I then sealed them in a Ziploc bag after the chocolate drizzle set, and they’re still going strong (ahem) and tasting fabulous at the end of day 2.

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    Gorgeous cookies!

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    I am awful at baked goods. My go to dessert is always a way-basic (but classic!) chocolate chip cookie.

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    I often cookies. Like 4 o 5 types a months! :D

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    That’s hard… as I bake pretty much everything. I’d say cakes are my number 1 though.

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    I have already liked you on fb :)

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    Hannah Piper says:

    I enjoy cake decorating, so I’m always making cupcakes for the office!

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    I’ve always been enchanted with Florentines, but never thought they would be so easy to make. Thank you for the giveaway and the cookies :)

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    My all time favorite cookie is peanut butter oatmeal! I love them because they remind me of baking with my grandmother

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    Oh yum! I love Florentines but have never found a good recipe for them. Can’t wait to try this one out!!

  10. 10

    Oh gosh these are gorgeous! Hmmm I enjoy baking a lot of different things but I guess simple vanilla almond sugar cookies are what I bake most often – lots of beautiful palettes ready for decorating! :)

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    These were my favorite cookie to sneak from my Aunt’s bakery when I was a kid but my favorite to bake are iced shortbreads. Those have been the biggest and most begged for hit from my kitchen!

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    Annette Cook says:

    Sugar cookies

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    Patricia says:

    How great! You’re back and one of your first posts is one of my favourite all-time cookies.

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    Jessica L. says:

    Probably cookies or cupcakes. I love them!

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    Jessica L. says:

    I am a Facebook fan :)

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    Kelly Anne says:

    These look amazing! Thanks for including ingredient weights – makes it so much easier (in my opinion!)

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    Jennifer says:

    my all time favorite cookies are either snickerdoodles or something gingery!

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    my favorite cookie of all time is raspberry white chocolate chip cookie!

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    Jennifer says:

    And already a fan on FB!

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    Michelle Adler says:

    These cookies look amazing! I love every recipe that you post. Seriously, I cannot wait to try this one out. Thank you :)

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    Becca Entenberg says:

    Sugar cookies probably!

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    Becca Entenberg says:

    I already like on Facebook :)

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    I’ve liked you on fb for a long time!

  24. 25

    Lovely cookie, but my all time favorite is Snickerdoodles.

  25. 26

    I love to bake all (every?) kind of cookie, but I always return to chocolate chip when they are just for me.

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    I’m a shortbread junkie. Addict. Obsessive. Any cookie will do.

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    I am so posting this on Pinterest…lol. It is the only place that my recipes are organized and not spilling out of a cupboard somewhere. The cookies look so yummy. Thanks for sharing.

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    I’ve always made these as sandwiches with chocolate in the center. This looks like a nice alternative!

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    Michelle Adler says:

    My all time favorite cookie is a vegan chocolate chip and rosemary. It is sweet and savory and aromatic. Actually, anything with chocolate is fantastic…but the addition of rosemary is amazing.

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    Sharon B says:

    These look so yummy! What tempurature is the oven for baking these?

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    Sharon B says:

    I love ginger creams!

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    Sharon B says:

    I am a facebook fan

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    Natascia says:

    Rosie finalmente sei tornata! Come mai non fai più le tue belle torte? Spero che ritornerai presto perchè mi manchi. Ciao

  34. 36

    I have been searching for a way to replicate those crispy chocolate wafers at home.

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    I love baking anything this would be an awesome addition to my collection of books.

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    I’m already a Facebook page fan

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    Julianne says:

    Peanut Butter with Dark Chocolate Chips!!

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    Jeannine says:

    I love a really soft chewy chocolate chip cookie!

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    Jeannine says:

    I ‘liked’ on Facebook:)

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    I will forever be in love with the perfect slightly crispy chocolate chip cookie. Delicious.

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    i love a molasses cookie.

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    i follow/like sweetapolita on facebook

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    Kirst Kahler says:

    I am waaay too easily distracted by baking blogs. It’s becoming a problem for my waist.

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    I will always love the classic chocolate chip cookie !

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    Oatmeal cookies or cinnamon snaps

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    I love baking your posts. These cookies look great.

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    These cookies looks ohh soo heavenly! Love that you’re back and running on the blog again. I follow and like Sweetapolita on FaceBook!

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    I’m also a fan of soft-in-the-middle-chewy-edged ginger cookies!

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    Caroline Barr says:

    Death by chocolate chip cookies!

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    Caroline Barr says:

    I’m already a fan on Facebook!

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    My favorite cookie is a twist to the chocolate chip recipe: Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies with Walnuts – add toffee and you’ve got yourself chewy deliciousness!!!!

  52. 54

    These cookies look so yummy! My favourite cookie would have to be a chewy double chocolate cookie!

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    Claudia Rivera says:

    I so want to win this book!

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    My favorite cookie is a oatmeal raisin.

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    I am already a fan on facebook

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    These cookies are lovely! I enjoy baking my grandmother’s bachelor button cookies

  57. 59

    Snickerdoodles and a sourcream cookie our my favorites! I made your lemon cake the other day and it was to die for!! Thanks :) !

  58. 61

    Yum! My fave cookie is a chocolate chip cookie.

  59. 62

    My favorite cookie….so many to choose from! My favorite cookie is probably my chocolate chip sticks…so deliciously perfect every time!

  60. 63

    Oooh! I would love to win this book. The Floretines look divine. Have to try my hand at those sometime soon.

  61. 64

    oh my favorite cookie has to me old good chocolate chip cookie, with a glass of milk :) but these look amazing!

  62. 65

    I love Florentines. I usually buy them at World Market. Wouldn’t I be the shizzy if I made them myself?!

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    A loyal Facebook fan here

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    My all time favourite cookie HAS to be chocolate chip cookies! They’re just so yummy :)

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    Cupcakes and brownies are my faves!

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    Loyal Facebook fan already!

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    I love chocolate almond combos, so chocolate dipped biscotti are my favorite!

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    I’m a fan!

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    My favorite are shortbread cookies! Yum!

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    I’m a fan on Facebook :)

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    My favorite cookie probably has to be soft frosted sugar cookies.

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    These look fantastic!!

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    Already liked on facebook!

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    A perfect chocolate chip is my favorite!

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    Classic chocolate chip cookies are my favorite!

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    I am already a fan on Facebook!

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    I love a classic choc chip cookie!

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    I am already a FB fan

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    My all time favorite cookie is Peanut Butter Blossoms. Mexican wedding cookies are a close second though.

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    I am already a fan on facebook :)

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    Chocolate chip are my favorite on most days.

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    Sheila Leal says:

    I can’t stop eating the chocolate chip cookies :-)

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    Chocolate chip cookies!

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    My latest is to make chocolate chip cookies but instead of using chips wrap the dough around a mini Lindt truffle. So good!

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    A really good soft chocolate chip cookie!

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    Hmm, delicious! The book looks fantastic too :)

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    I am already a facebook fan!

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    Callie Hagood says:

    These look fabulous! I am SO glad you’re back Rosie! I’ve missed your delicious concoctions!

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    I love a good old fashioned chocolate chip cookie!

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    Callie Hagood says:

    I already like you on facebook! I have for awhile. How couldn’t I?

  91. 95

    My favorite cookie…it’s hard to choose! I do love a classic chocolate chocolate chip cookie, but any cookie will do!!

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    I already ‘like’ your page on Facebook! :)

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    I love chocolate chip cookies

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    I like chocolate chip cookies….these look fabulous too!

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    I already like Sweetapolita on Facebook :)

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    Christina D says:

    My favorite cookie has to be the Russian Tea Balls my husband makes in the winter. He says they’re only for holidays with snow; I say they’re so good we should have a plate on hand every day.

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    Natalie G. says:

    NYT Chocolate chip cookies!

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    Butterscotch Chip Cookies

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    Natalie G. says:

    I have liked you on FB for years!- Natalie Swiatek Giambanco

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    Christine Reed says:

    These look absolutely delicious!

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    My favorite cookie is oatmeal raisin.

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    Rebecca Darrieutort says:

    My favorite cookie is the 3 chocolate (Dark, milk and praline) that I actually make at home !! Really good !!

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    Lily Sheng says:

    I love Double Tree Hotel’s Chocolate Chip Cookies, they’re fully loaded with walnuts, so delicious!

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    These recipes are lovely! x

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    Hello, I love your blog, I am a faithful reader French. I have tested some of your recipes, I’m a fan and my kids too! Besides, my 4 year old daughter asked me for his next birthday, themed cake Frozen Disney. I will draw your recipes. I do not know if the giveaway goes to France but I will be delighted to discover the book of cookies.

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    Looks easy and yummy! :)

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    Remember David Woods on Yonge? Maybe before your time? – but they had these enormous oatmeal raisin cookies that were so good. I bought his recipe book just for that one recipe and the book is still unused other than that page, where it falls open to. The paper is covered with crayon marks from my kids when they were little.
    Carol (Toronto)

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    My favorite cookie has to be the chocolate chip! YUM!

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    I’m a fan of you on Facebook.

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    Oatmeal raisin!

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    These look yummy! My favorite are white chip vBulletin macadamia cookies.

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    I love gingerbread, but just the right type of gingerbread, spicy and full of molasses.

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    I’m a Facebook fan.

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    These looks so fragile and beautiful :)

    My favourite cookies are lemon sugar cookies, for sure!

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    Lauren G. says:

    Oatmeal….with no raisins (ew).

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    These are gorgeous! My all time favourite cookie is chewy ginger molasses cookies. I could eat them by the pound:)

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    I’m a facebook fan

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    Lauren G. says:

    I’m def a FB fan!

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    i am a chocolate chip cookie lover

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    i’m a FB fan!

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    My favorite cookies have got to be these maple pecan cookies that my mom made me as a kid, with a maple glaze on top – the recipe is my great grandmother’s! Soooo delicious and these bring back so many memories for me! :)

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    I like and am obsessed with your facebook page :)

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    Amanda L. says:

    I love chocolate chip, but pecan fingers have always been high on my favorites list, too.

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    I love snickerdoodles :)

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    Amanda L. says:

    I’m a fan of your facebook page.

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    Emily vdH says:

    Looks delicious!

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    Emily vdH says:

    I also like you on Facebook!

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    I am already a fan on Facebook

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    Fav cookie? White choc and macadamia

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    Those look delicious and beautiful!

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    soft choc chip!!

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    Im a fan on facebook. thanks for the chance!!

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    Having difficulty doing the first blog.

    My favorite cookie is the Cathedral Window Cookie

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    Nothing beats a classic, chewy chocolate chip cookie.

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    I love almond crescents!

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    I receive your emails!

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    Oatmeal raisin walnut chocolate chip cookies! YUM!!!

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    Lovely cookies with a nice cup of coffee………

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    Maneesha Pradhan says:

    White chocolate macadamia nut

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    There is nothing like a warm homemade chocolate chip cookie!

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    My favourite cookies are no-bake cookies. YUMMY!

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    I like you on Facebook!

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    Unfortunately, there has never been a homemade/bakery cookie I haven’t liked…but ginger cookies would be top of the list. Looking for a good recipe using fresh ginger…hmmm

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    Favourite cookies are no-bake cookies. YUMMY!

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    Chris Baker Cox says:

    I am a simple girl with simple needs…Nestle Toll House cookies are my fav’s…warm and gooey!! Salivating thinking about them!! YUM!

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    These look so good! Ginger cookies would be top of my list. Looking for a good recipe using fresh ginger…hmmm

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    a soft and chewy ginger cookie

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    My favorite cookie is, of course, chocolate chip cookies (no nuts, please!).

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    Chris Baker Cox says:

    I like Sweetapolita on Facebook! :)

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    Hands down homemade chocolate chip cookies.

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    Chocolate Chip is my favorite.

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    I’m already a facebook fan.

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    Love salted dark chocolate chip cookies!

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    My favorite are snickerdoodle cookies, although, these florentines may change that!

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    chocolate chip oatmeal cookies!

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    nelvin ingram says:

    the cookie placed in front of me with a tall glass of milk is my fave!

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    lisa Langston says:

    I love sugar cookies. I follow you through email s.

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    Can’t wait to make them!

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    Adrienne says:

    Classic chocolate chip with crispy edges and a chewy center are my favorite!

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    I love gumdrop cookies.

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    Favourite cookie? There are so many! But my Italian grandmother makes amazing cookies, including these boozy Peach-looking ones…which I think may be some of the best cookies I’ve ever graced my taste buds with!

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    I’m also a Facebook fan of yours!

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    Kim Perez says:

    They look fabulous. I can’t wait yo try them. Thanks

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    Mexican wedding cookies are my favorite! I love baking cookies, and would just love to get my hands on that cookbook!

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    You can never have enough cookie recipes!

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    My favorite cookie is chocolate chip cookies.

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    I already like Sweetapolita on Facebook!

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    carola banyuls says:

    sugar cookies :)

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    Nicole S. says:

    Snickerdoodle! :)

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    We are having a cold, miserable, windy day today and I can’t think of anything I would rather do to cheer everyone up than go into the kitchen and make those lovely cookies.

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    I’ve never tried florentine cookies, but this post makes me want to! They sound so delicious! Until I give these a try, my favorite cookie has always been a snickrdoodle. Just something about that cookie that I love! Hope to win this cookbook. Would be nice to see all the variations she has made to her cookie recipes.

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    I love chocolate chip cookies with toasted pecans. Yummy

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    I liked sweetapolita on the facebook

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    I don’t Facebook or Tweet, but I do follow your blog via email and have been enjoying your recipes for a long time. Keep up the good work!

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    These look so good. My favorite right now is cinnadoodles – snickerdoodles with cinnamon chips!

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    I guess it would have to be oatmeal raisin cookies.

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    Courtney says:

    Yum! I have a similar recipe I like to make at Christmas. :)

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    That looks yummy, and a bit intimidating to make. I’m gonna try it though. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    I so love Florentine cookies and to have this recipe for them make me very happy as my bakery quit making them!

    I am very interested in this cookbook to see what else I can learn to make.

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    Those cookies look heavenly! And the cookbook sounds fun with the variations. Yum!

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    This is a tricky one! But if I had to choose, probably my Mum’s chocolate chip cookies. She makes these without eggs, and uses condensed milk and rolled oats. The unbaked mixture is so good, I often have trouble getting them to the oven!

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    My all time fav cookie? Hmmmm…good’ ol’ chocolate chip cookies!

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    My favourite cookies are oatmeal cookies although I’ve been trying to make French macarons for the past few days and I’ve had the worst time to the point that now I am obsessed with them and I think I won’t be making any other type of cookie until I get the macarons right ;-)

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    Linda C. says:

    I love Blue Bottle’s Saffron-Vanilla snickerdoodle cookies! Very different but tasty!

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    I’m a fan on Facebook.

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    Caramel stuffed chocolate cookie… or peanut butter cup stuffed chocolate chip cookie… or chocolate lava cookies (my own invention!)

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    I am a fan on FB

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    I would love to have this cookbook…PLEASE!

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    My favorite cookie is the thumbprint!

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    KATHY PARKS says:

    I love the chocolate, oatmeal, haystacks my mom used to make on the top of the stove. These florentines are to die for!!

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    Sugar cookies/and snickerdoodles!

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    Courtney says:

    My favorite cookie is chocolate chip

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    nutella stuffed sugar cookies have become my new favorite cookie

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    I’ve never tried these kind of cookies before, they look yummy!

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    I fell in love with these cookies the very first time I tried them when I was about 12 years old. Delicious!!

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    i already like sweetapolita on fb

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    Jeanette says:

    Choco Chip cookies without nuts!!

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    Frosted Gingerbread Cookies ~ addictive

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    These cookies look delicious. I’m gonna have this recipe in my cookies board.



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    Veronique says:

    My favorite cookie is aslo my favorite dessert: french macarons.

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    My favorite all-time cookie is ginger molasses.

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    I’ve been “liking” you on FB for some time now:)

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    Rita Courtney says:

    Lemmon glazed madeleines are my favorite.

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    Leanna R says:

    I love baking all kinds of cookies. This books sounds fabulous.

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    Nutella chocolate chip!

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    I really love big, soft, frosted sugar cookies!

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    Cat Colbert says:

    My favorite cookie is orange – flavored roll out sugar cookies. I developed my own recipe and my family loves them too.

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    I already like you on Facebook :)

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    Elizabeth says:

    I really enjoy M&M cookies.

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    Cat Colbert says:

    I already like Sweetapolita on Facebook!

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    Cat Colbert says:

    I follow Sweetapolita on Pinterest!

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    My favorite all time cookies are sugar cookies…who knows though these could change my mind!

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    I love any cookie with chocolate!

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    Those are lovely! I’ve had and baked so many different kinds of cookies, but at the end of a long hard day, all I want is a warm, salty, gooey chocolate chip cookie. It has to have brown sugar in it!

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    These florentines look delish! Hmmm. Favorite cookie? Chocolate chip with teeny sprinkling of salt on top.

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    I just had one for the first time last night and was wondering how to make them. This post is destiny!!

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    I love sugar cookies

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    Tiffany Mitchell says:

    I love Sugar COOKIES!!!

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    Omg these look amazing, I have to try then sometime

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    Meredith says:

    I follow you on Facebook! xo

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    Meredith says:

    My favorite cookie is a classic NY favorite: the rainbow cookie!

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    I love florentines!! and the cookbook has a nice twist – like the concept…

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    Any good old-fashioned chocolate chip cookie is my favorite. I loooove cookies, and it’s fun to jazz up the classics. This sounds like a fun book!

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    Tiffany Mitchell says:

    I already Like you on Facebook….

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    Mmmm…I couldn’t choose but I love soft chocolate chip cookies. They’re a classic.

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    Chewy chocolate with chocolate chip are my favorite cookies!

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    Chocolate chip cookie. Nothing like it. ;)

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    Michelle C. says:

    Sugar cookies are my all time favorite! They are fun to make and delicious to eat!! :)

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    Angela Sommers says:

    I already like you and I totally want to win this book – and I am so excited you worked at an Austrian bakery!!! I was born and raised in Salzburg and came to the USA when I was 20! Yeahh for Florentines, one of my favorites!

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    So elegant and lovely! Love these cookies!

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    Angela Sommers says:

    …and my all time favorite cookie is what we call in Austria “Pariser stangerl”, which is somewhat of a macaroon type thing, made with egg white, finely grated almonds or hazelnuts and sugar, shaped into small bars, and topped with a very thin layer of merengue. :)

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    Michelle C. says:

    I follow you on Facebook!

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    These are so pretty! Id love a copy of this book.

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    Victoria L says:

    I’d have to say the regular chocolate chip cookie is my favorite….I just love them!

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    I’m all about oatmeal raisin cookies! Cookies are the best!

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    Teresa B says:

    Yum! Those look amazing!

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    Thamara F. says:

    Chocolate Chip

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    Thamara F. says:


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    I’m a sucker for a warm chocolate chip cookie. There’s a reason it’s a classic!

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    Agnieszka says:

    Has to be oatmeal and raisin – yum! :)

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    anastasia says:

    oooh, it’s been so many years since i last had florentines! my old apartment was just above a little bakery and they made such tasty florentines. maybe i should pay a visit, hmm…
    got to go with the classics though. there’s nothing like a chocolate chip cookie.

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    anastasia says:

    and i already like your page on facebook

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    Choc Chip (but they have to be chewy)

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    Already liked on Facebook

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    My favorites are peanut butter or shortbread!

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    I am not an avid cookie baker. Still learning ups and downs of cookie making :) Love to try these. Got a friend who is pregnant. Will try to make these for her.

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    Any cookie will do ;) but perhaps some with oatmeal and chocolate are on the top of my list ^ ^

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    Beng an Aussie my fave would have to be an Anzac of course, and a close second is Scottish shortbread!

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    Kathy Johnston says:

    I have been trying to enter the “Cookiepedia” sweepstakes and it keeps failing, I’m not sure what the problem is because I’m doing everything I normally do to enter. Please let me know if there has been a problem and if not I’m not sure if I will be able to enter. Thoughts on your book…about time someone creates a cookie book with ALL my favorite cookies, thank you!!!

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    Hannah B. says:

    Chocolate chip!

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    Hannah B. says:

    I already am a Facebook fan!

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    Already a fan on Facebook!

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    Browned butter chocolate chip. NOM.

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    I’ve liked you on FB many moons ago.

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    Karen Oliver says:

    These really look yummy! I love oatmeal raisin and butter cookies, but any type of cookie is just fine.

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    My all time favorite cookie is the Linzer tart. Buttery cookie with seedless raspberry jam. Yumm

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    Biscotti-any flavor

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    I have never met a cookie I didn’t LOVE!

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    I love, love, love, almond cookies!

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    First of all Rosie, I’m so glad you’re back, and I can’t wait to get your book! With that said, chocolate chip cookies are my fave :)

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    Emily S. says:

    I love butterscotch cookies.

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    I like you on Facebook!

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    Classic chocolate chip!

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    favourite cookie triple chocolate chip

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    Renuka Lallbahadur says:

    Peanut butter cookies

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    These look so yummy, thanks for sharing! The cookbook sounds awesome!

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    Tamika Taylor says:

    Oatmeal Raisin

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    I love a jumble cookie — cookie with oatmeal, chocolate chips, pecans, craisins and coconut

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    Tamika Taylor says:

    I follow on facebook

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    Alessandra S says:

    I love florentines-but haven’t made them for lack of a good recipe. IThat will be changing soon :)

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    Chocolate Chip Cookies sprinkled with Sea Salt…fabulous!

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    Alessandra S says:

    Already a fb fan!

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    Leslie Gagne says:

    Good old fashion chocolate chip cookies and Greek cookies. Their version of biscotti is wonderful.

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    Leslie Gagne says:

    Have liked on FB.

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    Sea salt sprinkled white chocolate chip cookies 8). Mmmm…

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    My gma’s chocolate chip – yum!

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    I love your work! Everything is so perfect, beautiful and inspiring! ❤️

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    Absolutely beautiful cookies! Baking is such a wonderful thing to do! I LOVE IT … ALL of it!

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    I like chocolate chip, macadamia nut oatmeal cookies.

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    First time hearing about these cookies, they look amazing though!

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    I’m a FB fan:)

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    Rochelle W says:

    i love peanut butter cookies, especially dipped partly in melted chocolate!

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    Kathy Schultz says:

    My mother’s oatmeal cookies!

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    Rochelle W says:

    i already like you on Facebook :)

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    Linda Laine says:

    My Kids (and husband) enjoy my homemade cookies. Pick me!

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    I love rose scented madelines, yummy!

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    Think I will try to make these Gluten Free and replace the flour with GFree flour for my daughter. Any thoughts? Love your website, creative ideas and recipes.

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    Brown Butter Funfetti Sugar Cookies.

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    I love these cookies! Yours are beautiful! Can’t wait for your book!

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    Rachel Tilly says:

    Dark chocolate chip cookies!! These Florentines are gorgeous.

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    Oh, these look so yummy! MY favorite all time cookies are dark chocolate chip cookies – nothing beats those! :)

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    I already like Sweetapolita on facebook! :)

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    butter cookies!

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    Kimiko S says:

    These look so yummy!

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    I’d love to win a copy of this book! It may be kinda boring, but my favorite cookie is just a good old fashioned ccc. May even be my favorite dessert!

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    Wow! How pretty

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    My wife loves to bake and I love to eat her beautiful desserts. This book is right up her alley!

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    Adrienne K says:

    Actually, my favorites are Florentines! But I would never turn down a crunchy chocolate chip or peanut butter cookie. Actually, anything crunchy would do. …

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    I love chocolate chip cookies!!

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    I love ginger cookies :)

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    I like you on FB!

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    Shelly Duggan says:

    I’d have to say frosted hermits!

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    Shelly Duggan says:

    Already liked on Facebook!

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    I love snicker doodles!

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    I just recently tried (and loved) the chocolate toffee macadamia lacey cookies from Costco and boom…you post this. I can’t wait to give it a try! Looks amazing.

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    An old classic…choc-chip cookie.

    It just can’t be beaten!

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    Those look delicious!

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    Irene Gallagher says:

    My favorite cookie is banana oatmeal

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    My all time favorite cookie is the black and white cookie

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    I would love to win this one.

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    Allison C says:

    I’m a sugar cookie fan

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    Macarons. love!

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    I have a hard time choosing my favorite cookie; I closely associate cookies with my Mom and her recipes. I’d say it’s a toss up between dark chocolate cherry cookies and lemon crinkle cookies.

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    And I’m already a fan on facebook!

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    Snickerdoodles are my favorite.

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    Oatmeal raisin!

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    Old fashioned melt-in-your-mouth butter biscuits mmmmm still my fave.

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    I love a good peanut butter cookie!

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    I already like you on Facebook!

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    my new favorite cookie is a sugar cookie made with browned butter rather than regular butter

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    I already liked Sweetapolita on FB

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    There is no cookie that doesn’t hit home.

    But I’m obsessed with russian tea cakes!! So melty!!

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    You mean I have to pick one kind? I think I’ll have to go with gingersnaps, though sugar cookies are a close second.

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    Stella G says:

    Well, I love all cookies but my favorite one is a peanut butter – chocolate cookie with chocolate chips in it. :)

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    Stella G says:

    Already following you on FB

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    My all time favourite cookie would have to be the classic chocolate chip! I vividly remember baking many batches when I was a child! I have already liked you on Facebook, post shared as well.

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    keshakeke says:

    I love gooey chocolate chip cookies

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    keshakeke says:

    Already follow you on FB

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    my favorite cookies are all of them! Especially french macarons and snickerdoodles :)

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    I’m following on FB

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    Stephanie G says:

    I made creme fraiche double chocolate cookies a few weeks ago and froze the dough raw so that I could have fresh baked cookies all week. Delicious!

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    chocolate chip cookies

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    Hello Rosie! I love cookies!! I have to win this giveaway!! Xoxo

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    Hi Rosie!! My favorite cookie for all time is sugar cookies.

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    Peanut butter cookie all the way!

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    Tina Martinez says:

    Chocolate chip with sea salt!

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    Tina Martinez says:

    I already liked you on FB because I LOVE your cake recipes

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    Robin Christine says:

    I would have to say the classic yet utterly delicious chocolate chip! Yum!

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    Oatmeal Chocolcate chip! I often refer to them as crack cookies!

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    Double chocolate cookie :D they are so addictive!

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    cristina R. says:

    Can’t wait to try this!

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    Heather B says:

    Definitely snickerdoodles. I cannot get enough.

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    My favourite is chocolate chip cookies, especially when they are still warm.

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    Those look delicious! Caramel? My favorite!

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    oh how can anyone choose just one favorite? chocolate chip probably. thank you for the chance to win this lovely cookbook!

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    Triple Chocolate Cookies! Yum!

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    Rikki-Leigh says:

    Yum! So glad you are back!!! My favorite cookies are snickerdoodles!

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    Oatmeal Raisin Nut…..

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    I like you on Facebook

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    I LOVE soft ginger cookies! My all-time favorite.

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    I have to pick just one favorite cookie? Well, there’s ginger cookies, pipparkakut, oatmeal cookies with lots of spices, my caramel/Skor cookies….actually anything homemade is fair game for my taste buds!

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    I just made some Chocolate Surprise Cookies and I would have to say they are now one of my fav’s!

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    My favourite cookie would have to be the white chocolate chunk & macadamia nut cookie.
    Although cinnamon sugar cookies are a close 2nd.

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    Such a difficult question as I LOVE cookies in almost any variety. But if I have to choose I would say alfajores.

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    I’ve liked Sweetapolita for a long time and I’m also a fan on Facebook.

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    Good old “chocolate chip”!

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    My favorite cookie is the classic chocolate chip!

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    Michelle says:

    Who can go wrong with a classic chocolate chip cookie?

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    Homemade chocolate chip!

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    elizabeth Cabrera nieves says:

    Chocolate chip cookie, a crisp outside with a soft gooey inside

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    elizabeth Cabrera nieves says:

    I have been a fan of yours on FB for a few years now :)

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    Madeline says:

    The classic oatmeal chocolate chip cookie will always be my favourite!

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    I am a great baker, but the only thing I still suck at is cookies! I think this could help me tons :)

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    Diana Brodeur says:

    These cookies look divine! Right now my favorite cookies are Amish sugar cookies. Soooo good!

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    I have a problem/love with all homemade cookies- can’t get enough of them! My recent favorite is frosted sugar cookies.

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    Susana I. says:

    If I have to pick just one then I would say chocolate chip cookie.

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    Susana I. says:

    I´m a fan on facebook.

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    I love speculoos

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    I can never get enough chocolate chip cookies!

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    favourite cookie – anything with chocolate :)
    mmmm… will have to try making these tonight!

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    Buttery shortbread cookies

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    Kendra Orth says:

    My favorite cookie is chocolate chip espresso cookies

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    Reece’s peanut butter chips in a dark chocolate cookie! So yummy! I keep some dough in the freezer all the time!

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    I LOVE a nice warm chocolate cookie with chocolate chip.

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    Just a simple chewy chocolate chip cookie!

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    Mmm… I work at Arizmendi bakery in San Rafael, California… my favorite cookie of all time is the vegan double chocolate mint cookie that we make. I could eat one every day, and sometimes I do!!

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    Kristen Hasbrouck says:

    I love Neopolitans, the Italian rainbow or seven layer cookies. I make my grandma’s recipe every Christmas.

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    I actually don’t know the name of my favorite cookie. It came from a beautiful tin boxed cookie assortment my grandmother used to buy for us kids when we went to the beach for Christmas. It was like a flaky, sweet, and buttery rectangle cookie drizzled with chocolate, I suppose it was just a traditional Christmas butter cookie…but the memories it recalls just makes it special. :)

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    I already liked you on Facebook

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    What gorgeous Florentines! Can’t wait to try them!!

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    So one more Italian treat beside Pizza :) This cookies looks delicous, will have to try and make them for breakefast.

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    Jennifer Kopczyk says:

    My all time favorite cookie is Amaretti! I’m usually eating them right of the cookie sheet, can’t keep my hands of them lol!
    I really want to make these, but I don’t see an oven temp in the recipe. I may have overlooked it, but I read through a few times.
    Thanks and glad your back! Can’t wait to see the cookbook

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    Jennifer Kopczyk says:

    I am already a fan on Facebook

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    Ooooh so difficult to pick one. Well I’d have to go for rose scented butter cookies with a glazed icing on top :D

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    My favorite cookie is oatmeal raisin!

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    Sugar cookies with M&Ms rock!

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    Soft and chewy chocolate chip cookies will always be my favorite!

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    My favorite ever are peanut Butter Chocolate Chip!

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    My all time favourite cookies are the sugar cookies from Mariposa Market in Orillia :)

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    And I’m already your fan on Facebook ;)

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    Chocolate chip!

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    I’m already a fan on Facebook!

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    Chocolate sablé made with bittersweet chocolate.

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    Victoria says:

    Earl grey shortbread! or just regular shortbread

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    Oreo cheesecake cookies:-)

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    chocolate chip!

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    Hi Rosie!!! my favorite cookie of all time is chocolate chip cookie! I´m fan on facebook and i follow you on twitter ;)

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    Oatmeal Raisin are my best!!

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    Cookies! I love me some cookies!

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    I like you on facebook

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    Not a real “cookie” but I love homemade rocky road! So easy and can be made with any ingredients you have laying around! Just make sure you have the best chocolate you can find and add all the nuts, dried fruit and marshmallow you want!

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    My favorite cookie is a particular soft sugar cookie made at a cookie cake bakery near my house. It’s always served warm and I love how they sprinkle it with rainbow sanding sugar. I’m a fan of you on facebook!

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    Chocolate chip cookies are my fav.

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    Ashleigh Staples says:

    I LOVE oatmeal raisin cookies!!!!!

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    I absolutely love butter cookies!

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    Pomegranate Cookies

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    Cris Taringirl says:

    My favorite cookies are the classic butter cookies, danish style ;)

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    Cris Taringirl says:

    like Sweetapolita on Facebook

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    Chocolate chip and sugar cookies are my most popular things to bake… Everyone loves them

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    Shortbread cookies are my favorite.

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    My all-time fave is chocolate chocolate chip!

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    These look amazing, can’t wait to try them! & the book sounds so inspiring!!

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    And of course I’ve liked you on facebook forever!

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    My Memmere’s jam cookies are my all time favourite.

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    Stephanie H. says:

    Oatmeal chocolate chip with pecans or walnuts – yum!

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    pb choc chip

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    Martha in KS says:

    True confession time – my all-time favorite cookies are chocolate covered graham crackers kept cold in the refrigerator.

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    Lucía Kmaid says:

    I looove baking, and of course eating cookies! My favorites are sugar cookies, a yummy classic.

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    Lucía Kmaid says:

    I liked you on FB and shared the giveaway!

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    Annette W says:

    How do you pick a favorite cookie? My go to is to bake chocolate chip or chocolate-chocolate chip cookies.

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    I can’t wait to make these. They look delicious!

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    My current favorite cookie is Monster Cookies (by way of the Pioneer Woman)

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    I love baking and can’t wait to try out this new version of Florentines! They always looked a bit too daunting of a challenge but I think it’s time to face it! Thanks Rosie!

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    Hard to decide about a favorite cookie but if I have to choose, my favorite cookies are chewy chocolate chip cookies, I could never resist to them!

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    Favorite cookies are without a doubt “Dad’s Goodie Rings”, samoa’s, and those amazing CHEWY chips ahoj cookies!

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    i like you on facebook

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    Suzanne H says:

    I love a chocolate chip cookie, warm from the oven!

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    Suzanne H says:

    I’m a facebook fan!

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    Jennifer G says:

    These are actually my favorite cookie.

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    Cakes are beloved by me- my family prefers cookies! Have never made these. Thanks for the recipe!

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    Lorna Webster says:

    I love good old fashioned choc chip! Not very adventurous I know. But triple choc is even better

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    Lorna Webster says:

    I also liked you on FB!

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    karen Brown says:

    Oh, I bake every Monday to send a care package to my daughters away at university. I’m always looking for new recipes, but my personal favourite is a zippy gingersnap. Cheers from NZ, Karen

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    Alesia K. says:

    These cookies look unreal. :)

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    Those cookies look so good!

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    anonymous says:

    Chocolate crinkle cookie

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    I love a simple chocolate chip oatmeal cookie. A little chewy, preferably.

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    oatmeal lace cookies!

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    I like you on facebook

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    i love a good oatmeal and raisin cookie!

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    Sheenthedancingbean says:

    All cookies are amazing, and I would never pass one up! But I don’t think anything will ever beat a perfectly baked, warm, gooey, soft & chewy chocolate chip cookie :)
    PS so glad you’re back blogging! I’ve missed the drool worthy recipes

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    Favorite cookie? That’s easy: alfajores!

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    Oh, but it’s so hard to choose just one!!! Big, soft, gooey chocolate chip cookies are towards the top, but I also love good old-fashioned peanut blossoms… and so many others! It’s impossible to narrow it down, but
    those are two of my favorites.

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    Chocolate chip! I just LOVE them. I love all cookies but ALWAYS go back to chocolate chip!

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    I’m a fan on Facebook!! :)

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    Carolsue says:

    I like Snickerdoodle cookies!

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    My favorite cookie is a sand tart.

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    Lori Nikitopoulos says:

    Growing up, my mom (who rarely baked )used to make these awesome chewy oatmeal coconut cookies we called “Dad’s Cookies. Now that I’m a mom (who LOVES to bake!) I make them for my girls, and they’re still my favourite. Welcome back Rosie, you’ve been missed!

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    Yum, these cookies always give me trouble but will try again with this recipe!

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    Chico chip, and am already a fan!

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    I love an oatmeal chocolate chip cookie. yum :)

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    Melissa B says:

    I love to try new cookie recipes

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    I love Florentines! Can’t wait to try these!

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    i have been following your site for awhile now, look forward to checking your site every week! i am glad you have time for more posts! the cookie cookbook design looks very classic and would definitely lengthen my to-do list!

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    French macarons forever and always amen! :)

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    Nicole L says:

    classic chocolate chip. or gingerbread. or oatmeal raisin. :-)

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    Succareens that my neighbor makes around the holidays, followed closely by my Grandma’s chocolate chip cookies! :)

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    Chocolate chocolate chip are my favorite!

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    I follow on facebook too

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    Bronte Wilson says:

    Definitely giant, chewy choc chip cookies!

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    Oh boy. That’s a hard one! I’m gonna go with a good Monster Cookie!

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    Jisun Chun says:

    Browned buttered snickerdoodles;)

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    Mariel T says:

    I love these gems but have never made them.

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    My all time favourite would have to be chocolate chip….warm from the oven of course!

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    Elizabeth says:

    Nothing beats the classic Chocolate Chip cookie!

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    I’ve been wanting to try a cookie recipe that went a bit beyond the usual but couldn’t figure out what to try. Until now! I never knew these were so easy to make. Something this fancy always gives the impression that they take tons of effort and skill. I’ll be trying these soon…..and no doubt as ice cream sandwiches :D My favourite cookie: Ginger nuts!

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    Jasmina says:

    Those look delicious! :D

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      Jasmina says:

      Oops! Forgot to answer the question ;)
      My all time favorite cookie is a white chocolate macadamia cookie! :D

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    Stephanie-Oh says:

    The World’s Best Cookie….it’s a shortbread type cookie with cornflakes in it. I found it on the old, old Baking Circle blog many years ago.

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    Favourite cookie is my Mom’s chocolate chip!

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    Tiffany says:

    Chocolate chip cookies are the best!

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    you are a life saver!! can’t wait to try this recipe. I tried to make florentines a while back but they werent as nice and thin as yours! x

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    Courtney says:

    Hi im a fan of your website.Backed your Millionaire’s Layer Cake for my dads B-Day was a huge success, company said it was the best cake they’ve ever eaten.
    PS.it was my first layer cake ever.Thanks so much for the great recipes was just wondering what the temperature the oven needs to be preheated at for the florentine-cookie recipe.
    Thanks Courtney


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