Thursday, November 13, 2014

12 days of baking || cocktail crisps

we all have that friend who no matter what, just always knows about the coolest stuff before the rest of the world. that someone who somehow hears about the greatest restaurants, most delicious yet cooly obscure coffee shops, the hippest websites and all the greatest items to fill your living room and closet (a full season before anyone else.) and then they travel to other places and STILL manage to find all the coolest stuff there too. whats with that?

for me, that person is anna palmier. she is actually the coolest person i have ever known. her blog is incredible- a perfectly curated mix of dreamy travel photos, delicious food and drinks, and always packed with details on things i completely adore before i even know i adore them. i honestly don't know where i would find all my favourite cool things if it weren't for anna.

 AND shes just so happens to be an incredible and creative cook! case and point- these delicious looking savory cookie/cracker crunchy bits! YUM!!


cocktail crisps
from the best of bridge | yields about 3 dozen

:: ingredients ::
1 c. butter
1 250g continer of imperial chees
dash of salt
1/8 to 1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper
1/4 tsp. worcestershire sauce
11/2 c. flour
4 c. rice crispies

:: directions ::

preheat oven to 350
soften butter and cheese and cream together. Add salt, cayenne and worcestershire. Stir in flour and rice crispies. Mix well. Shape into balls and press down with a fork that has been dipped in cold water. You can also form into logs; chill and cut into slices. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes, or until lightly browned. enjoy! xo

* a small note - this recipe doesn't double well.


above photo by my favourite, brittany staddon

view the rest of the 12 days of baking recipes HERE

1 comment:

  1. Yum! Thanks for reminding me about this recipe!
    Hannah and I just made a batch!

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