It’s cookie time again! Thank god it’s Cookie Friday! I got some really delicious Breakfast Cookies for you today. Crunchy little fellas for a good start into your day… you can also take them to work and snack them whenever you need some energy ;) Also good at night if you want a healthy snack before bed. Maybe I should rename them to 24h-All-Day-and-Night-Cookies ;)
I know these kinds of cookies are a bit controversial for some people – mainly because of one particular ingredient: good old raisins ;) Well, I like them, not eating them a lot anymore but if they are in combination with oats in these Oatmeal Raisin Cookies… so good! Some of the best cookies in the world! For sure!
I know… i will not get many new friends with these Rum Raisin Cookies. Maybe some friends because of the rum, but there are may people out there who do not like raisins ;) One of my friends is a “raisin maniac” – every time I give him something baked and he can’t see or does not know the ingredients, he is asking “are there raisins in it?!” Well – maybe I have to bake something completely made out raisins one day… ;))
I know I am going “borderline” here – there are people that like raisins and then there are “the others”. So I guess the chance you gonna like this recipe are 50:50 ;)
I am definitely a person that likes raisins but I have many friends that hate them, so normally I am leaving them out if possible necessary. In this case here – f*** it – I am putting in loads of raisins. Next time even more! ;))
Dreikönigskuchen aka. Three King’s Cake is a traditional yeast cake from southern Germany and Switzerland. At home at Lake Constance, you bake this cake for January 6th – the day of the Three Wise Kings. An important day for the Catholic Church – and for us regular folks an important day because of the delicious cake you get served ;)
Hi, my name is Marc. I'm a graphic designer.
I love my job, but in between I love to bake and try new things in the kitchen. A lot of my friends and colleagues encourage me to bake - for a very simple reason: they get the leftovers - and it seems they like it most of the time ;)