Saturday, July 22, 2006

Sour Cream Cookies

First off, I'd like to apologize for the poor picture quality. It was dark and gloomy all day and this was the best I could do before the cookies all got eaten. I wouldn't have even bothered to post them but they were so tasty I just had to.

These Sour Cream Cookies are amazing. They are fluffy and cakey with the subtle tang of sour cream. If you have eaten a snickerdoodle, these taste very similar except that they are not rolled in cinnamon sugar - it is just sprinkled on top. The dough is very soft and not easily shaped into a ball for rolling as a snickerdoodle is.

The recipe comes from Great Canadian Cookies by Pamela Steel which is full of cookie and bar recipes sent in from all over Canada. This particular one come from Sherwood Park, Alberta and I'm glad it made it in. They are easy to prepare even for the novice baker and use all the basic baking ingredients. You could even throw in some chocolate chips if you wanted to. The recipe uses a whole cup of sour cream so they're indulgent but worth it if you like this type of cookie texture. Don't be fooled by the picture - yesterday I was told that "These are the best cookies ever!" What could be more satisfying than that? :)

Recipe: Sour Cream Cookies

3 comments:

Tanna said...

"The best cookies ever." That's pretty good cookies. I love snickerdooles and haven't made them since my boys lived at home. These look really good.

RedCat said...

Yummmy! I'm a novice, maybe I can bake them!

Canadian Baker said...

Tanna - They're probably not #1 worldwide but they are in my house. :) I think kids like the plain-cakiness of them.

Redcat - Of course you can! I bet HD would like them too. They have sour cream in England, right? :)