Monday, April 25, 2011

TWD: Cornmeal Shortbread



This recipe was chosen by Valerie of Une Gamine dans la Cuisine. Valerie is a sweet blogger and her TWD choice was a hit at our house. Super crunchy and super tasty. Thanks for this great pick - a slight twist on a classic cookie.

20 comments:

Judy said...

Love the wedges!

Peggy said...

You are always so creative. Beautiful wedge cookies.

Cakelaw said...

Cute! Like petticoat tails.

Caroline said...

These look beautiful and I'm sure taste delicious as well!

I also gave your blog an award, please do stop by my blog to accept it!

Valerie said...

Gorgeous! I love the wedge-cookie version idea.
Thanks for baking along with me this week. :D

alvarosa said...

Ah, now I see your round shortbread I remeber I have a heart-shaped shortbread-mold... Hm, seems poor me has to do these wonderful recipe again, soon :o]

Joy said...

I like the round! I'll have to remember that for when I'm out of the ziplocs :)

Mary said...

How cute are those wedges? Great idea.

Tracey said...

Good idea with those wedges! They look like they retained their shape beautifully too, great job!

Katrina said...

What a fun way to bake the shortbread, like traditional shortbread. Good stuff!

natalia said...

I love your round creation Tia !

Clivia said...

Gorgeous cookies!

Shirley @ Kokken69 said...

Interesting twist to the traditional shortbread.

crumbsoflove said...

These look lovely. Cormeal always adds such great texture to baked goods. Best, Sandie

Jaime said...

love your shortbread "round" :)

Nicole said...

Gosh, I have a shortbread pan that I could have used had I thought about it! I love shortbread baked in a round.

Mary said...

I love the traditional shape of your shortbread, and I'm glad you enjoyed it. I'll definitely have to give this one another try. But first, that oatmeal chocolate chip cake looks very tempting...

steph- whisk/spoon said...

gorgeous shape! we liked these crunchy cookies, too.

TeaLady said...

LOVE that single almond. These were my fav shortbread because of the extra crunch.

Bizzy said...

In wedges, they have extra class. They look terrific, as usual.