cookie carnival :: june round-up plus the july cookie!
melissa of my caffeinated life is skeptical of m. stewart, but..."these beauties were so easy. They would be perfect for an afternoon tea." read her post here.
rachelle of mommy, i'm hungry played along againg this month-- read her post here.
mich of something new is cooking had this to say,"It's a wonderful soft cookie with lots of flavor." read her post here.
yi of workout then cook played along again this month! read her post here.
carol of no reason needed fed them to her husband he thought they were GROSS! how can that be? read her post here.
tessa of cookin' chemist had this to say, "If you like strawberry shortcake, I would definately recommend this recipe." read her post here.
candace of candy girl had this to say, "This was a simple recipe to put together and the cookies are best eaten right away." read her post here.
anissa of anissa's kitchen played along this month--read her post here.
pamela of cookies with boys had this to say,"Seriously, this one is good for anytime of day...morning, noon, or night and anytime in between." read her post here.
cristine of cooking with cristine baked with us this month. read her post here.
steph of plain chicken had this to say, "They were perfect because they weren't too sweet." read her post here.
sue of slice of sueshe has a new baby, so how she got around to making these and remembering to send the link along, i'll never know, but do read her post here and you'll also see her super cute babe!
steph of a whisk and a spoon (in additon to having a super-cute blog) gives good advice, "Keep a close eye on the cookies near the end of baking time…any strawberry bits on the bottom will start to caramelize if they are taken too far." read her post here.
katie of KBK bakery had this to say, "They are best still warm from the oven when they have a lovely crisp outside and a warm soft, slightly chewy inside." read her post here.
martha of simple nourished living had this to say, "I loved them and think they would be perfect as part of an afternoon tea party." read her post here.
christy of baker chick had this to say, "I'm so glad I tried them, because I definitely want to make them again, but maybe with some peaches this time." read her post here.
tami of tami's kitchen table talk made sandwich cookies with whipped cream filling. i like her style! read her post here.
tania of love big, bake often particpated for the first time....read her post here.
joyce of flour power had this to say, "They pack a delicious strawberry flavor with just the right amount of sugar with the added sprinkles on top." read her post here.
aisha of sugar played along this month. read her post here.
steph of steph chows had this to say, "I have to say this is probably my least favorite cookie of the ones we have tested so far." read her post here.
juliana of horneando algo used chocolate chips! read her post here.
karen of shortbread had this to say,"Like a scone in cookie form, these are sweet and tender with a crunchy sugared top." read her post here.
kar of obsession made mini-muffins! read her post here.
temperance of high on the hog prefers the "real thing" but enjoyed these cookies, too. read her post here.
jackie of food wanderlust had this to say" My cookies had spread out and were flat... BUT, the taste was remarkable." read her post here.
shelley of playing with tablespoons had this to say "It's a soothingly old school prep, and I felt a bit like Ma in 'Little House on the Prairie'". read her post here.
tari of mcdonald family had this to say, "They were delicious and an excellent way to take advantage of strawberry season."read her post here.