Cheddar Cranberry Walnut Biscuits

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These soft flaky Cheddar Cranberry Walnut Biscuits are highly scrumptious savory treats.

Cheddar Cranberry Walnut Biscuits

This post was originally published in December 2016. I have taken and uploaded new photos while the text and the recipe remain unchanged. 

How are you, my friends? Are you having enough (or too many) cookies these days? Have you baked some good stuff for Santa? If you don’t get a sweet tooth, these Cheddar Cranberry Walnut Biscuits are totally for you. If you indeed like sweets, please don’t reject these cookies. They are irresistibly delicious.

But let me keep it short today. I know you don’t get much time these days, do you? Let’s be honest here. I don’t get either. Besides all other things to do, Andrey is back home on his Christmas holidays, so I’m currently not into writing long texts.

But let’s get it straight here. Christmas is around the corner, and we all need some a lot of cookies. So I’m kind of hoping you’re still looking for some good stuff. And here we go. These Cheddar Cranberry Walnut Biscuits are really good stuff. Trust me.

I mean, how won’t be cheese cookies loaded with dried cranberries and nuts delicious?

Recently I realized that the best dessert kind of cookies is…the cheese ones to me! I’ve been experiencing with flavors quite often recently. I hope one day I’ll share with some nice ideas (So far I have been rather eating than shooting them). But in a nutshell, there are plenty of options such as all kinds of nuts (pine nuts work great), dried fruit and berries, herbs, sun-dried tomatoes, and many other good things.

And although you might be busy these days, take a little of your time and make these Cheddar Cranberry Walnut Biscuits. You won’t be disappointed. And neither will be Santa.


8 thoughts on “Cheddar Cranberry Walnut Biscuits

  1. Emily VanLaeys says:

    I want to try this but hope dried Rosemary will work. To get 1/2 Tbs. I’d have to buy a whole package of Rosemary that I wouldn’t use.

    • Ben | Havocinthekitchen says:

      Hello! Oh yeah, dried rosemary would work nicely, too. Just rub it a bit between your fingers just to make it finer. And since dried rosemary is normally more potent, perhaps, you may want to use a bit less of it. You can also use dried blends such as Italian seasonings and herbs de Provence; I have used them, and they are all good options.

  2. David @ Spiced says:

    I love this idea! Santa definitely needs some savory to balance out the sweet. Although are these still called “cookies” since they aren’t sweet? I don’t care what we call them, I’m all about these! I love a good sharp cheddar, so the combo of cheddar and walnuts and rosemary in cookie form sounds amazing to me. Perfect for holiday parties!
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