Blue Cheese, Cranberry, and Turkey Bundles
I had every intention to make non-chocolate butter pecan cookies.
I had my butter, pecans, sugar, and flour. There was not a chocolate chip, chocolate bar, or box of cocoa powder within 8 feet of me and my mixer. I had a goal, no chocolate! Just some butter and pecans.
The cookies went into the oven and there was still no chocolate in these cookies! And oh my, can we talk about the smell coming from the oven? It smelled like we had been baking Christmas cookies all day. Buttery Christmas cookies with hints a vanilla and toasted pecans wafting through the entire kitchen and into the family room. The smell alone is reason enough to make these cookies!
Out of the oven and straight into our mouths…….oh my gosh like hold the phone!
They are amazing. Buttery and flakey, but soft and crunchy too. And with out chocolate………
But then this happened. Yeah, the chocolate drizzle that puts these cookies over the top!
These cookies are the perfect holiday treat with or without chocolate. I of course I recommend giving the chocolate a try!
Super easy to make, just roll the dough into a log, refrigerate, slice, bake, and drizzle! These are perfect on the Thanksgiving dessert table or at any of your holiday parties! And trust me everyone loves BUTTER.
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Whether you use chocolate or not just make these cookies!
P.S. Yes, those are Christmas plates. I am sorry I just cant help myself, plus I do not have any turkey plates or ribbon! You can hate me now.
Oh man. These sound awesome. I am going to make them right now!!! Thanks Tieghan!!!
Thank you Megan! I hope these turn out amazing for you! xTieghan
My spelling just got busted … Not very month before .. Every month before .. Gotta be auto correct mistake :-/
Must have been grabbing another cookie… That’s why!!
This will for sure be on our Christmas cookie plate starting 2014… And very month before. These are so rich and buttery and pecany and flaky and well just darn yummy!!! And I didn’t even put the chocolate on top( sorry I’m not a chocolate person)… Great cookie, Tieghan !!!
Thanks Sally! Hope you love these!
Gotta have chocolate. With everything!
Making these for Christmas tomorrow- Found the recipe on Pinterest! It is in the fridge chilling. I tasted the batter though- already amazing! Thanks for sharing. Merry Christmas!
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Oh, yes, these were just calling out for chocolate! They look fabulous. Thanks for linking up at the December Recipe Swap.
I found you on Crumbs and Chaos. I love the sound of this recipe. I will try this for sure.
Drop by my kitchen for a visit. Have a blessed day.
These are gorgeous! Of course you had to add the chocolate on top. Thanks for sharing at Thursday’s Treasures, I’m featuring you this week!
Thanks for featuring me! Everything taste just a little better with some chocolate!
These would look great on Christmas cookie trays! Thanks for sharing at All my Bloggy Friends. I’m looking forward to seeing what you share this week! 🙂
The cookies look heavenly! Thank you for adding this and your other great recipes to Foodie Friday.
These cookies looks so delicious. I love pecan cookies! Thanks for sharing at Creative Thursday 🙂
Besides that everything from you sounds so delicious, you are also a real Picasso in the kitchen! I’m jealous 🙂
You present your food so perfectly, I always enjoy looking through your stuff so so much!
What that is such a complement! Thank you!