Since we will be completing a cookbook this month…stay tuned on that one…I will be re-joining others in my group who have faithfully baked in 3 cookbooks at the same time. I couldn’t keep up the pace so although I started some recipes in Dorie’s Cookies, there are many I have missed.
I will only be able to claim cooking “half the book” on this one but that is ok haha! This way I will continue to have 2 cookbooks to bake/cook through, so yay!
This recipe is for wafers…a type of cracker really. My husband said they reminded him of crisps you get with a salad at a restaurant.
They smelled really good while baking…a combination of cheddar and black pepper! The mix is comprised of sharp cheddar, butter, salt, pepper, white wine, flour, and seeds. I opted for sesame seeds because I had some on hand.
Since I was having my parents and kids over for my daughter’s birthday dinner…socially distancing as best as we can, I made a double batch and the larger size so everyone could have one. That was actually un-necessary because you really only need a little bit. These are quite tasty, but also heavy/rich with the cheese and butter. I broke some up so we could eat them with our salad.
Everyone enjoyed these but also saying they would be perfect crumbled on top of some tomato soup….think gourmet goldfish!
It is funny because I have been doing this for so long, I just tell the family…ok blog recipe, I need some feedback haha…they know the drill!