Ina’s Shortbread Cookies — 12 Days of Cookies

by in Holidays, December 1st, 2011

It’s time for 12 Days of Cookies, Food Network’s annual virtual cookie swap. Each day, visit us here on FN Dish for a peek at new holiday cookies, party-planning tips and top techniques for rolling, spooning, slicing, baking and decorating delicious sweet treats to give — or keep — from favorite Food Network chefs. Visit Cooking Channel’s blog for even more great takes on holiday baking from Cooking Channel chefs and Food People alike.

Light, buttery and soft, shortbreads are quintessential holiday cookies made with just a few key ingredients: butter, flour, sugar and vanilla extract. Ina takes her crumbly creations to the next level of decadence by dipping each cooled cutout into smooth melted chocolate. Dunk these beauties in a cup of coffee or serve them with a tall glass of cold milk for a simple dessert or sweet midday treat.

Get Ina’s Shortbread Cookies recipe and check out 12 Days of Cookies for dozens more recipes and baking inspiration. Then, join the conversation: Tell us what you’re baking this holiday season and what your all-time favorite cookie is.

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Comments (2)

  1. Revi B. says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for starting the 12 Days of cookies with INA!!!!!

  2. shirley says:

    This is for the 10.00 meals…………….I certainly would like to know what store that women shops at
    items she explains are far more expensive than what she says it cost her. Please let us know what
    store she shops at, because I want to shop there too……those 10.00 meals are NOT 10.00 and
    they shouldn't be saying false things to inexperienced cooks, or for that matter any of us….

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