Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Today and random Tuesdays I'm be bring back
Cookie Jar Tuesday.
I'll include with each one a cozy that is cookie related.
The recipes won't be from the books I'm featuring. 

Today's featured cozy is
Book 3 in the Cookie Cutter Shop Mysteries

Olivia Greyson is the proud owner of The Gingerbread House--a quaint shop that specializes in all things cookie--and her best friend, Maddie, is her sidekick, baking up scrumptious treats for their parties. But the real-life version of their magnificent gingerbread house is about to crumble to pieces...

Tensions are running high as Chatterley Heights' 250th birthday celebration approaches, and Olivia and Maddie are working feverishly to finish a gingerbread house modeled after the famous Chatterley Mansion. When Paine Chatterley, presumed to be dead, shows up to claim his father's house, the town gossips are driven into a tizzy. And when he refuses to allow visitors to tour the mansion during the celebration, all the preparations seem for naught.

Then Paine is found lifeless in the bathtub, his wife hysterical and their precious heirlooms destroyed. The hidden lives of the prestigious Chatterley family members begin to surface, and Olivia must unravel their dark past. As it turns out, the town's history isn't all that sweet...

Here's a cookie you can eat or breakfast! Okay, you can eat any cookie you want for breakfast, but these would be soooooo good!


photo property of www.sally'sbakingaddiction.com


3 cups all-purpose white flour
1 tsp. baking powder
½ tsp. kosher salt
1 cup white sugar, granulated
1 cup unsalted butter, room temp soft
large egg
1 Tbsp. milk
2 tsp. pure vanilla extract

Cinnamon Filling
2 Tbsp. melted butter
¼ cup packed light brown sugar
2½ tsp ground cinnamon

1½ cup powdered sugar
2¾ Tbsp. milk
photo property of www.sugarspunrun.com
   Heat oven to 350 degrees.

   Prepare two baking sheets with parchment paper. 

   In a bowl, whisk flour, baking powder, and salt to combine.

   In another bowl 
beat butter and sugar together until light and combined. Add egg, milk, and vanilla, beat until combined. Slowly add flour mixture until completely combined. 

  Divide dough in half. Roll each half of dough on a lightly floured surface into a 9" x 11" rectangle, about ¼" thick.

   Combine brown sugar and cinnamon. Brush both dough pieces on one side  with melted butter then cover evenly with mixture.

   Roll up each into a tight log. Slice into roughly ½" thick slices, transfer to prepared baking sheets, spaced at least 1" apart. 

   Bake until golden, about 13 minutes. 

   Remove from oven and let cool on sheets for 5 minutes.

   Move cookies to cooling racks that are sitting on parchment/waxed paper. 

   Combine powdered sugar with milk, then drizzle glaze over cookies.
I'm a cinnamon roll fiend! And I love a good cookie.

photo property of www.yummly.com

Making the two into one?
Yes, please!

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  1. Yum! I could have had those with coffee, this morning!
    Happy Tuesday, Lisa!
    Pat T

  2. Thank you for this delicious sounding recipe. It's a KEEPER!
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