My Halloween Too Cute Mascarpone Bloody Ax Cookies were such a success that they disappeared in a heartbeat. They were soft, crunchy and perfect for dipping in your favorite hot drink. This time I am using the same base ingredients but slightly altering some parts of the recipe by using warm spices that highlight their buttery texture. Now you have a perfect Fall or Holiday Cookie!
Well, these cookies did not last long either. But because I don’t decorate them like for Halloween, I can quickly make a fresh batch at home whenever I crave for one. Warm pumpkin pie and Speculaas spices are released when dipping the cookie in warm milk, coffee or tea. I offer them as an afternoon snack, or they often compliment our Sunday late brunch table.
Don’t have Speculaas spices on hand, make a small batch of spice mix with some cinnamon, nutmeg, anise seeds, ground cloves, white pepper and coriander seed (find the recipe here).