on March 23, 2012
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Its the perfect day for cookies!
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This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
Go Nana !!
Oops. Made the classic version, but they were quite tasty. Now I’m gearing up for crab & grapefruit salad.
Sweet, crisp and delicious! An elegant little cookie.
These were really good
Another one that’s elegant and easy!
Loved these: http://onewetfoot.com/2012/03/23/ffwd-cocoa-sables/
Great photos! I agree – we have had a lesson in patience! But it’s so worth it.
Ole for Sablés!
The family enjoyed these!
Perfect little cookie – not too sweet with the addition of 70% chocolate!
Didn’t go very smoothly, but worked out in the end!
Loved these –
I’ve never met chocolate I didn’t like, and these lovely cookies are no exception.
Great cookie, or greatest cookie?
A good little cookie
These were perfect little cookies, although I thought the sugared rim looked a little odd. Maybe if I’d had the right kind of sugar….
Probably loved these too much!
These were amazing…bet you can’t eat just one! http://www.bakeawaywithme.com/2012/03/ffwd-cocoa-sables.html
This one had me deja vu -ing all over again. And waxing poetic, of course.
Great looking and great tasting cookies! Pink, anyone? :)
I have to admit that I like traditional butter sables better.
These didn’t live up to my (very high) expectations, but we still enjoyed them.
Chocolate cookies – some days you really have to take one for the team.
These were great – super easy & delicious! I added orange to mine:
I love these!
Lovely and have a few left over for swim meet treats!!! http://www.missblossombakes.wordpress.com
My dough was way too crumbly and hard to deal with but they turned out well in the end.
Major problems… and a solution! ;)
YUM!! Made perfect homemade ice cream sandwiches!!
Ok, I’m going to make the cocoa sables for Easter gifts, so I didn’t make them for today, however, I have made Dorie’s sables before. Enjoy!
Mexican Hot Chocolate Sables – with a little kick of espresso, cinnamon and chili powder!
What a fabulous cookie! This is going to a regular staple in my arsenal.
Chocolate is still a girls best friend!
Very yummy and surprisingly easy!
So good!! http://dammititsfrench.blogspot.com/2012/03/french-fridays-with-dorie-cocoa-sables.html
Fantastic cookie. (Even better with a teeny flake of Maldon salt.)
All day today Pierce kept asking me to make Dinosaur cookies so… I compromised and made Dinosaur Cocoa Sables!
I made it…still Friday for 45 minutes. Love these Parisian Butter Cookies…chocolaty goodness!
Adding mini chocolate chips made the classic version delicious!!
Last week is a bit of a blur for me! I did make the Sables on Thursday and posted on Friday, but totally forgot to add my link here! Par for the course. Loved these cookies.
Ok, I posted an past TWD sable earlier because I wasn’t going to make the cocoa sables until Easter, but I couldn’t resist… Here’s my other link:
So very happy to be able to post on WordPress again!
Loved these cookie:)
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