Red Velvet and White Chocolate Chip Cookies

Well folks, I’ve got a bit of a bittersweet announcement – Jesse and I are headed back to the U.S.!! On one hand, I can’t help but be excited to get back to the ease and comforts of home. On the other hand, we really feel like China welcomed us with open arms and I’m a bit sad to leave it. It’s definitely a strange a feeling.

Because this all came up so quickly and because I’ll be traveling and moving for the next 2 weeks, I’ve asked a few of my blogging friends to help me out! I can not wait to see what they come up with, so keep an eye out for what I am sure will be some really great guest posts! Hopefully, with their contributions and my backlogs, I’ll be able to continue to post somewhat regularly over the next few weeks. Once I get settled into my new kitchen (and back to fabulous stores like Trader Joe’s!), I’m sure I’ll have tons to blog about! In the meantime, please enjoy these cookies. 🙂 (I feel like I say that a lot, haha!)

 

Comments

  1. Congrats on your big move! Trader Joe’s will welcome you back with open arms, I’m sure 🙂

  2. Love’em! Yours look much fluffier and full than mine 🙂 Beautiful photos and I’m sooooooo excited for you to be back! 🙂

    • Thanks! I feel like my cookies here in China have been extra fluffy… The eggs here are like super eggs, I think!! I need to make these cookies again when I get home to see if there is a difference.

  3. Ref Velvet anything is good1 Can’t wait to try these.

  4. Hi Jessica!

    I just wanted to wish you luck on your big move- all this time I thought you were in California (it said Sunny Side Up in San Diego on the blog roundup list for the shower)) and lo and behold you’re actually in China! I’m sure it’s a particularly stressful time for you right now, so I wanted to let you know I was thinking of you- I hope you have a safe journey back, an easy transition, and that your new home is filled with lots of love and happiness. I’m sure once you step inside the kitchen again, you’ll feel much more settled in your surroundings. I know that’s the place I feel most at home! I’m anxiously awaiting your return to cooking/baking and blogging, so I can see more of your fun, inventive, delicious creations. (Those red velvet cookies look divine, by the way! The white chocolate chips remind me of the traditional swirl of cream cheese frosting that usually adorns a red velvet cupcake.) Looking forward to talking to you again soon!

    Fondly,
    Joy (Hot Oven, Warm Heart)

  5. Just made these. Had a ton of poor recipe results on the interwebz, and these are beautiful, and soft, and FANTASTIC. Thank you so much!

    BTW, these don’t drop really in the oven, so PERFECT for cookie cutters! Ours were stars.

  6. I made these today! Great recipe! Thank you!
    Here’s how they came out for me:
    http://www.tartsandcrafts.ca/2012/12/red-velvet-and-white-cookies.html

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