I am a lucky girl who married one of the good guys. He often surprises me with flowers. He will let me watch “Girls”  on the big TV while he watches NFL on his phone, He will go to the market at 10 pm to get me butter or sugar and he will NEVER say that I have too many pairs of boots.

One thing that outshines it all, is the fact that he sometimes acts like a child.  Allow me to clarify.

It’s Play Time

No wonder Emily chose Daddy before me, he is the perfect play mate. He will go into character and play the part for hours!

Whether he is the Australian Safari explorer with the accent that teaches a gorilla the sign language. An astronaut fixing the spaceship (Amazon box), and saving the galaxy. Perhaps the queen of England (again does the accent and wearing a crown he very politely borrowed from doll Elsa), knighting Emily for saving the Lego blocks from being destroyed by that wicked woman she occasionally refers as “Mom”.

It takes a real man to act like a child. Lucky me!

  One Afternoon

Emily and Mannie were having their fun while singing  “who stole the cookies from the cookie jar…?”. I use to love playing along, but then I lost all my baby teeth. So when I recognized the tones I knew I would better play my moves very smart or else be sucked into it.

By minute 8 into the song after Emily, Mannie, Juliet, Obe-one kanoby, Picacho, Anna, Elsa, Rapunzel (and few more) all cleared their names. I received a phone notification from Amazon letting me know my new cookie presser is waiting for me at the front door. I was so excited I forgot to strategize my steps and walk through the side entrance. As I lift the box I hear: ”Mommy stole the cookies from the cookie jar….”

“Yep! I sure did! “

As the one who baked them, it’s only fair and I am not saying another word without my lawyer!

 

If you had a jar full of these Coffee Drops Cookies, you would be giving the same answer!

I remember how the recipe got my attention back in 2009 when I got a BHC cookie magazine, the recipe did not fail. Yes, I still have the magazine. Some things I just treasure.

Here are some more cookies recipes:

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Coffee Drops cookies

This coffee cookie is not only sweet and crispy it is easy to make and it is all about the coffee. For the coffee lovers or just cookies lovers, this is it!


Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Author This recipe was adopted from BHG cookie magazine.

Ingredients

  • 2 Sticks Butter, Soft (230 g/ 8 oz)
  • 3/4 Cup Sugar (150 g / 5.5 oz)
  • 4 tsp instant espresso powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/4 tsp Baking powder
  • 1 egg Large
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 2 1/3 Cup All Purpose Flour (280 g/ 10 oz)

For the topping

  • 1 cup Semisweet Chocolate melted (170 g/ 8 oz)
  • 1 1/2 cup Finely chopped pecans (or your choice of nuts) ( 180 g / 6.5 oz)

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375F. Line 2 -3 cookie sheet pan with baking paper.

  2. In a bowl of a stand mixer on medium-high speed, mix the butter for 30 seconds.

  3. Add sugar, espresso powder, salt and baking powder. Beat until combine stop mixer to scrape sides of the bowl,

  4. Add the egg and vanilla and allow to combine.

  5. Add the flour and mix just to combine.

  6. Using a cookie presser with your choice designed, press cookies on the baking pan. Space each cookie 1 inch apart.

  7. Bake for 10-12 minutes until edges of the cookies are firm and brown.

  8. Dip ends of the cookies into the melted chocolate and then dip or sprinkle nuts.

Recipe Notes

If you do not have a cookie presser, use a cookie spoon (small) and press the top to flatten the cookie.

To avoid having dough stuck on your finger, dip your finger in a small amount of water.

Feel free to chose what ever cookie shape you desire, the quantity may vary because of that.

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33 Comments on " Who stole the cookies from the cookie Jar? "

    1. Dikla

      Thank you! It is much fun to design cookies with the recipe 🙂

  1. Dikla

    It’s still morning here, but your cookie pictures and recipe immediately made me hungry for sweets! I can’t wait to try this.

    1. Dikla

      Thank you! Nothing like the morning coffee!

  2. Dikla

    5 stars
    You are one lucky girl! I’m laughing out loud with that song too haha! These cookies look A-MAZING! I need to do these this weekend 🙂

    1. Dikla

      Ohh…thank you!

  3. Dikla

    Wow these cookies look amazing! And your husband sounds like a gem!

    1. Dikla

      Thank you!

  4. Dikla

    There is a fair *cough definite cough* chance I would eat the entire batch. SO yummy.

    1. Dikla

      The cookies are pretty small so eating the entire batch is way to easy to do…LOL

  5. Dikla

    Wow my mouth is watering right now! As a coffee lover I can’t wait to make these and hide them just for me haha

    1. Dikla

      Thank you! Coffee is one of my favourites don’t know how some live without…

  6. Dikla

    Woww! Those look so good.
    Can i invite myself over to steal cookies from your cookie jar? 🙂

    1. Dikla

      You are more than welcome!!!Nothing I love more than to treat my guests!

  7. Dikla

    Omg yes! These sound so good! I love coffee ice cream and coffee chocolate so now I need to try coffee cookies!
    PS your husband sounds like an absolute peach!

    1. Dikla

      MMMMM….coffee ice cream with chocolate! You are my kind of a girl! LOL

  8. Dikla

    Thisa sound like they would be dangerous in my house!

    1. Dikla

      They are, but only to the caffeine level in your blood… LOL

  9. Dikla

    Surely this cookie was made just for me! Coffee and cookie…a match made in heaven! These look so good…I will definitely be trying them ASAP! Yummy ?

    1. Dikla

      I know what you mean…is there anything better than dipping a cookie in the coffee?

  10. Dikla

    These look amazing! And I love the sweet way you described your husband and daughter. That is a blessing. ?

    1. Dikla

      Thank you!

  11. Dikla

    While I’m not a coffee drinker these look yummy. I will save for hosting and make them for guests!!

    1. Dikla

      Your guests would be more than happy! They might be back too soon! You can bake them a head and freeze (it might not be as crunchy as when it is fresh but still yumm!)

  12. Dikla

    This are so cute and sound and look delicious!

  13. Dikla

    Those cookies look and sound amazing! I may have to give this recipe a go!

  14. Dikla

    Your cookies look absolutely delish! Your family sounds divine!!! 🙂

  15. Dikla

    I could probably eat an entire sheet pan of those right now! They look SO delicious… perfect size too. 😉

  16. Dikla

    Loved reading the post! And these cookies are perfect, I know my daughter will love this recipe!

  17. Dikla

    Awww, such a cute story. Happy to hear you found someone who makes you happy. Your cookies sound and look amazing too! Can’t wait to try them!

  18. Dikla

    This dough will not work in cookie press. Will not stick to paper or silicone. What is the trick?

    1. Dikla

      what seems to be the problem? is it too thick?

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