Chocolate Chipotle Chile Valentine Cookies

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, why not add a little heat to your Valentine’s Day celebration with this yummy Chocolate Chipotle Cookie?  This recipe was developed by our wonderful friends at Arty Magoo.  Be sure to visit their website, www.artymcgoo.com to see their beautiful cookie creations that are truly works of art! This recipe works…

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  • RhondasOriginalsJanuary 19, 2018 - 9:54 am

    Will they taste ok without the chili powder?ReplyCancel

    • patrice.romzick1January 19, 2018 - 8:14 pm

      Hi Rhonda, They’ll taste OK. But as Kate says, the richness of the cookie is enhanced with the chili powder.ReplyCancel

  • KateJanuary 19, 2018 - 10:10 am

    At Christmas I was thinking about modify8mg the springerle to be like Arty’s recipe.  To Rhonda, Arty’s recipe is amazing and if it’s like her recipe, it will be a favorite.  It just has a little warmth going down the throat.  No one tastes the chipotle, just lots of flavor!ReplyCancel

  • KateJanuary 19, 2018 - 8:36 pm

    Let me add that your choice of cocoa powder is essential.  I use King Arthur Dutch process and it the difference in taste is amazing!ReplyCancel

    • patrice.romzick1January 20, 2018 - 2:02 pm

      Thanks Kate.
      However, we do want people to try this recipe even if they don’t have that particular brand.

      I’m making the recipe this afternoon with another brand that’s what I have on the shelf at the moment. I’ll keep a look out for the K.A. brand when I’m replenishing, based on your suggestion.

      Thanks again,
      PatriceReplyCancel

  • RhondasOriginalsJanuary 20, 2018 - 12:13 am

    I have cayenne powder. Can I substitute it? Sorry, I don’t know anything about these hot powders because I don’t like spicy food. But would like to try it to see if it enhances the chocolate flavor.ReplyCancel

    • patrice.romzick1January 20, 2018 - 1:56 pm

      Hi Rhonda,
      We don’t recommend cayenne as a substitute for Chipotle chile powder for two reasons:
      1. Cayenne is 5-8 times hotter on the Scoville scale than Chipotle. It would overwhelm the cookie.
      2. Chipotle has a smokey flavor note that subtly enhances the chocolate in the cookie without being the star.

      In summary, cayenne does not play well in this cookie’s sandbox. Stick with the Chipotle powder. We think you’ll be pleased with the very subtle heat and the way the chocolate is enhanced. You could, of course, use less than what is called for, but we think you’d lose the overall effect.ReplyCancel

  • GingerFebruary 12, 2018 - 12:27 pm

    Well, I have to tell you I had my doubts about this recipe…(chili powder is not something that I have EVER put in a cookie)..but, these are absolutely delicious!  They are my new favorite ultimate dark chocolate cookies!!  My family can’t believe they have chili powder in them, and I wouldn’t totally believe it myself (except for the fact that I put it in).  THANKS so much for sharing this wonderful recipe!ReplyCancel

  • SharonFebruary 15, 2018 - 2:00 am

    This is a really a great recipe! I’ve made them twice since this was posted and one of my friends commented this cookie goes really nicely with a glass of red wine.  I added an extra teaspoon of chipotle chili pepper for one of my friends who likes a lot of spice and they turned out perfect. I am sure I will be making these again.  Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful recipe!ReplyCancel

Cream Cheese Mint Fondant Cookies

Cream Cheese Mints are something that many of us grew up with. They traditionally have been served at weddings, baby showers, and other celebrations. Why not New Year’s Eve?   Your holiday guests will love them topped on our Chocolate Cookie (see recipe below). These mint toppings made with our springerle molds are a wonderful…

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  • JoanDecember 14, 2017 - 7:27 pm

    These sound wonderful. Question – how does the top stick to the cookie?ReplyCancel

    • patrice.romzick1December 14, 2017 - 9:52 pm

      Joan, Thanks for asking the questions. Simply moisten the back of the impression with a small amount of water. The image will stick to the cookie. You can also use a bit of corn syrup to adhere the image.ReplyCancel

  • chrisDecember 15, 2017 - 1:24 pm

    if I make these now, how can I store them until Christmas or new years – too busy to bake thenReplyCancel

    • patrice.romzick1December 15, 2017 - 4:42 pm

      Chris, Yes these can be made ahead of time, I would make sure the fondant topping is really dry (air-dry for at least a day) before placing them in an air-tight container. If you are going to make them more than a week ahead of time, I would freeze them. Just make sure you place a piece of wax paper between the layers of cookies and freeze in an air-tight container. Hope this helps.ReplyCancel

Zimtsterne Cinnamon Star Cookies

Zimtsterne cookies (pronounced “tszimt’-shtair-ne”) are a traditional German Cookie that have a wholesome cinnamon almond flavor – perfect for the holidays!  Not only are these cookies beautiful and delicious, they are also made with no wheat flour.  You heard right  – NO WHEAT FLOUR.  This means they are perfect for your friends and family members who follow…

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  • Mike BogdanDecember 22, 2017 - 11:32 pm

    I made these using our round three kings mold. The cookies required about double the bake time but they turned out quite lovely. ReplyCancel

  • ClaraJanuary 3, 2018 - 2:05 pm

    You always have the perfect recipes, and the perfect molds for any German cookie I want to make. Thank you!ReplyCancel

Breakfast Tarts

When the weather gets cooler, the desserts get warmer!  There’s nothing more comforting than a warm slice of homemade apple pie.  This week, we’ve put together a simple, yet tasty way to have your pie and eat it too.  These quick and easy Breakfast Tarts are just as pretty as they are delicious.  With store-bought…

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  • Laura PokasNovember 29, 2017 - 9:20 am

    Love these,  Patrice.ReplyCancel

  • Charline GastonNovember 29, 2017 - 10:45 am

    Is it possible to have a printable version of this recipe?ReplyCancel

    • patrice.romzick1November 30, 2017 - 3:37 pm

      Hi Charline! We didn’t include an actual recipe with this post because all of the ingredients are pre-made and store-bought. All of the information on how to make these tarts is included in the content of the blog post. Thanks, and happy baking!ReplyCancel

  • RhondasOriginalsNovember 29, 2017 - 11:28 am

    Wow, you have some really awesome recipe ideas on this site using molds! Love this tart idea! ReplyCancel

Orange-Cinnamon Clove Cookies

We are so excited about this Orange-Cinnamon Clove Cookies recipe, and we know you will be too!  This recipe was generously shared with us by our friend Arty McGoo – an extremely talented cookie designer.  You can see her amazing work on her website, at http://www.artymcgoo.com.  She describes these cookies as “Christmas in your mouth”…

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  • patrice.romzick1November 30, 2017 - 3:32 pm

    Hello Robert! It’s actually a fluted cookie cutter – not a pan. We use the fluted cutter to get the scalloped edge of the cookie when cutting out the dough before baking the cookie. If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to ask! Thanks, and happy baking!ReplyCancel

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