Thursday, December 24, 2009

Crunchy Cornmeal Cookies & Merry Christmas

We are all excited to open our gifts tonite and i am very eager to open my gifts,really awaiting..I prepared this crunchy cornmeal cookies yesterday as everyone at home are in holiday except my DH, yeah he is still working today..fortunately he doesnt work for a week after today's work..Its kinda hard to work and woke up early morning here, todays its was too cold and slightly snowy here..Thank god, we r going to have a great time for a week soon..Coming to this cornmeal cookies, i prepared simply with butter, cornmeal, all purpose flour, sugar and vanilla extract with baking powder and they turned out really crispy and delicious..We loved it and it was completely eggless, once u have them this cookies melt in your mouth and were really crispy..


1/2cup Butter
1+1/2cup All purpose flour
1+1/2cup Yellow cornmeal
1cup Powdered sugar
1tbsp Vanilla extract
1/2tsp Baking powder

Preheat the oven to 350F, line a baking sheet over a baking tray, keep aside..In a large bowl, beat together the butter and the powdered sugar until they turns creamy, meanwhile mix the flour,baking powder and cornmeal together and keep aside..gradually add the flours,vanilla extract to the butter-sugar mixture and knead as soft dough, cover the dough with a lid and arrange in fridge for an hour...Make a small balls from the dough and arrange over the baking sheet with enough space..bake for 15-20minutes until they turns golden brown..


25 comments:

  1. Des cookies qui semblent bien bons.
    Bonnes fêtes Priya et Joyeux Noël.
    A bientôt.

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  2. Lovely golden color with nicely browned edges. Perfect crunchy cookies for the festive season.

    Enjoy your holidays.

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  3. Cookies look fantastic! Love the way you presented! :D
    Merry X'mas!

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  4. Merry christmas dear...Cookies looks crunchy and fabulous....

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  5. perfect crunchy cookies,and merry xmas to you and your family,have a wonderful fun filled year ahead priya...

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  6. Lovely cookie... I was looking for a few eggless treats and this one sounds perfect...

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  7. these looks too good!!.. Wishing you and your family, A merry christmas and happy new year !!

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  8. Lovely cookies,enjoy each bite ,Merry X'mas priya....

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  9. A crunch and perfect cookies for the seasons my dear..

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  10. Cookies look so crispy and truly easy!!

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  11. Cookies look very crunchy and yummy Priya.

    Wish you and you family a very Happy Christmas and Happy New Year.

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  12. Nice recipe and lovely picture!I wish I could have a piece.Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year Priya.

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  13. Perfect and crunchy cookies..Merry X'mas to you too Priya !!!

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  14. looks so crunchy and yummy!...perfect cookies, dear!

    Merry x mas!

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  15. Joyeux Noel et mes Meilleurs Voeux!
    I miss those gifts :(

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  16. Merry X'mas & Happy New Year ;D

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  17. Wish you and your family a happy and prosperous New Year and a great blogging year ahead!

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  18. Looks good... wishing you and your family Happy Holidays!

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  19. cookies look great! never heard of cornmeal cookies.. u r so creative.

    can you please link back to my announcement?

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  20. Thanks friends..Happy Merry christmas wishes to u all..

    @Mahi, i linked back to ur announcement already dear, pls do check..

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  21. The cookies look lovely, Priya..But I always wonder how do you do it?Are you participating in Recipe Marathon hosted by Nupur?

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  22. Cookies look super tasty and crispy Priya. Happy New Year Dear!

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