Wow, I can't believe it's been a whole month since I last posted a recipe. I've been so busy with school and work that I kept on making excuses to not write a post. Actually, I believe the last time I posted was close to the end of my winter quarter and then the weeks passed by so quickly when I was busy writing papers for my final exams. That period of time was crazy! It was the first time in my whole life that I wrote soo much! I had to write a 10 page research paper for my education class and more essays for my writing class. Now, I'm taking 20 units. I decided to challenge myself because I felt like I had too much free time, which ironically, I did not use that time to write posts. :/ Anyway, here I am making excuses again. I would like to dedicate this post to I.S. I don't know if you would like your name out on the internet, but yea. :) Due to your encouragement, I wrote another post. I'll try to post consistently...
Today, the recipe I'm sharing with you is espresso shortbread, from Annie's Eats. Honestly, I never drink coffee, but I enjoyed these cookies. I was too busy during the Crazy Day to taste these cookies, but they smelled good. They were also really simple to make. So if you're busy and you don't have enough time for hands-on stuff, make these cookies. All you have to do is mix up the cookie dough which you can do in a matter of minutes, roll out the dough, and then chill it. Easy peasy!
The cookies also look very cute and neat because all you have to do is cut them out in squares and then poke holes in them with forks.
Espresso Chocolate Chip Shortbread
I won't be posting the recipe because I did not make any changes whatsoever. At least, I don't remember making any changes. So here's the link! Enjoy. :D
Roll out the already made cookie dough and then chill it for a while.
After chilling, cut the dough into squares/rectangles or whatever shape you want them to be.
This is what they looked like before being baked. Poke holes in them using a fork. Then bake at 325*F.