Honestly, if it's crispy-crunchy, it's probably my favorite, doesn't really matter the kind hahaha.
My mom makes these cookies, it's a style called "icebox" cookie, where you make the dough and roll it into a log and freeze it. You can store it like this forever. When you want some cookies, you slice the log while frozen into coins of dough and bake it. Comes out wonderful; thin and crispy, buttery and crunchy...she usually puts nuts in them, it's almost like a shortbread except more cookie-like.
What's even better is making a frosting or sweet dip or spread of some kind and spreading/dipping the cookies into it like chips. Chocolate ganache, cream-cheese frosting, and so on. It's a good way to do dessert for a lot of people just put a plate of cookies out with a bowl of dessert dip.
I absolutely hate the chewy par-baked dough that has become the modern American chocolate chip cookie. Just want to throw that out there, because everyone seems to love them. If you're like me, you're not alone!
It's hard for me to pick a favorite. The good old chocolate chip, snickerdoodles, peanut butter, lemon, sandwich cream... I'll enjoy almost any cookies, unless they're packed with too much fruit or nuts. Also, not a fan of oatmeal raisin... probably post traumatic memories as a kid of being tricked into think they were chocolate chip.
@horgen: I don't doubt it but still too much work for me. I'm allergic to kitchen cooking. Put a beer in my hand and point me to the BBQ. If my wife dies before me, my diet will consist of BBQ and take out.
You can have it ready before the grill is ready. :P
I'm easily pleased, cookie-wise. I'm much pickier when it comes to other sweet things. Gimme anything. But I'm partial to these simple butter cookies, made with pâte sucrée, or pasta frolla. Sometimes less is more.
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