These delicious and sunny savory Apricot Pine Nuts Cheddar Cookies will brighten up your life in case the spring isn’t treating you nicely yet.
Oh, spring. If global warming exists, this is not about Canada, Ontario, this year. I don’t recall such crisp days in May over the past couple of years.
But let’s better talk about good and positive things. I do believe, these Apricot Pine Nuts Cheddar Cookies make a great topic to discuss. And by “discuss” I mean eat some. Who needs to chat when there are some delightful things around?
As you might have noticed, I’ve shared some tasty savory cookies lately. If you haven’t, well you’ve got it!
Apricot Pine Nuts Cheddar Cookies
Every year, I have a couple of themes or ingredients which capture my attention resulting in a series of the related recipes. This year, I’ve shared a few prune recipes. Although you might thing I’ve done with them cause I haven’t posted any prune recipe for a long time, that’s not true. I’m taking a little pause to come up with some fabulous things shortly.
Also, this year has been highlighted with some crepe cakes, and I’m not over this theme yet.
Savory cookies have been another thing I’m currently enjoying. Although this name – savory cookies – might not be that accurate as we discussed in the previous posts, that doesn’t really matter. Amazing taste is our main concern, isn’t it?
The great part about savory (cheese) cookies is that they’re so versatile. Practically, you can use one dough base making dozens of different cookies out of it. Craving for savory? Stir in some herbs and nuts. Like the combo of lightly sweet and savory? Add in dried fruit along with nuts, spices, and herbs. Feeling courageous to try a more obvious sweet and salty combo? Make those bacon maple guys.
Anyway, whichever combo you choose, I’m pretty sure you will like it. Hard to decide? I get it. I’ll help you. Start with these Apricot Pine Nuts Cheddar Cookies even though they might be not the most scrumptious ones from this list, in my book.