Yesterday I went to buy a few supplies I needed to bake Alfajores, which are delicious sandwiches of crumbly cookies with a center of dulce de leche.
I really wanted to get a Kitchen Aid mixer but my kitchen I don't have as much storage space as I'd like to so I resisted the temptation of getting one and buying a hand mixer.
The cookies turned out fantastic. the cookies melt in my mouth and aren't too sweet so the taste of the dulce de leche is not overpowering.
Can't wait to share them with my friends!!!
Look delicious! Love your blog, will add it to my following list.ReplyDelete
Those look amazingly yummy. Really like the last picture on your post. Great food styling!! I think that blogger-cookers should have giveaways on their blogs of food. Don't you think? ;)ReplyDelete
My oh my! These look and sound wonderful! :-) Perfect with tea, methinks :-)ReplyDelete
Oh my word, those cookies look so yummy! My dad's store makes dulce de leche cheesecake and it's good enough to die for. I can't even imagine how good it would be in cookie form. You've got some lucky friends there. ;)ReplyDelete
wow, they look delicious!ReplyDelete
I am so on a cookie binge & these are like alcohol to an alcoholic. YUMMMM...ReplyDelete
wow! i bet they are very delicious.. i want some! hahaReplyDelete
thanks for stopping by my blog :) and wow do these look amazing! i've been on the healthy wagon for 2 weeks now and these are making me want to fall off. wish i could have some now!ReplyDelete
OH my god I wish I was sharing these with you. I'm sure they taste amazing but they LOOK gorgeous!ReplyDelete
these look unbelievable! do you have a recipe?ReplyDelete
Elie, these cookies look too, too good!! I would love to try them.ReplyDelete
i am drooling over these! nice work!ReplyDelete
Oh ur cookies are absolutely perfect...too good ...excellent work....ReplyDelete
those look delicious!!ReplyDelete
delicious! wish I could eat one right now.ReplyDelete
oh, they look great!ReplyDelete
Oh those look SO delicious!ReplyDelete
Hello - thanks for visiting me! Glad you did, I'm enjoying reading through your posts.ReplyDelete
These look so delicious :-)
I'm so happy you stopped by ddna! Now I know where you are!
yummy! I had so many alfajores when I was in Argentina but these look truly gorgeous!ReplyDelete
These look absolutely amazing! I've been obsessed with wanting to make macarons and these have a similar vibe and feel to them. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
And thanks for visiting my blog! I plan to stick around and check out yours too!!
Yum, yum, yum! I haven't had dulce de leche since my summer in Argentina and this makes me want to find it and make these!ReplyDelete