Martha Stewart’s Feta-Dill, Sausage and Gruyere Cookies: Easy Recipes – SheKnows


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Martha Stewart just made our breakfasts even easier and more delicious with not one, but two simple yet delicious cookie recipes.

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On May 6, Stewart posted a tantalizing photo of the cookies with the caption, “Here’s a quick route to freshly baked cookies for breakfast. This easy recipe lets you scoop the dough straight from the mixing bowl onto a baking sheet—no shaping or cutting necessary. For a tasty vegetarian version, try our Feta and Dill Cookies. Find the recipes on the link in bio! 📷: @johnny_miller_ recipe + food styling: @sarahcarey1 accessory styling: @tanyagraff1. »

Whether your household loves red meat or keeps it vegetarian, there are two recipes that can up the ante for your breakfasts. For the meat-stuffed cookies, you need to input ingredients like unbleached all-purpose flour, Gruyere cheese, buttermilk, kosher salt, and red pepper flakes, to name a few. For this particular recipe, allow an extra fifteen minutes for the sausage to cook through.

Get Stewart’s full recipe for Breakfast-Sausage-and-Gruyère Drop Biscuits HERE.

Now, if you don’t want meat in your cookies, try her Feta and Dill Cookies instead. For this one, it’s many of the same ingredients, but swap the sausage for fresh dill and the Gruyere for feta. In less than an hour, you will taste them (and can keep them frozen for up to a month!)

Get Stewart’s full recipe for Feta and dill cookies HERE.

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