For Mother: Pistachio & White Chocolate Chip Cookies

If you love your mother you will bake her these cookies for mothers day. If you’re like me and you live a few states away, then you can at least forward the recipe. She’ll love you forever (not that she doesn’t already).
I found this recipe over at Honest Fare a few months ago and have enjoyed baking these sparingly. I say that because they disappear rather quickly, and running 5 miles a day only goes so far. Trust me.

 These buttery cookies are punctuated with just the right ratio of salty pistachios to white chocolate chips. They’re guaranteed to please.
Psst…I’m also still really loving my favorite wedding gift. Thanks again, Christie!

For the recipe to these delectable cookies, head on over to Honest Fare: Pistachio & White Chocolate Chip Cookies.

And a few notes:
-The recipe states that it yields 3 dozen. I’ve tried it several times and it seldom brings more than 2.5 dozen. Double the portions for  a bigger crowd.
-Salted, roasted pistachios work just as well
-I use instant oats and haven’t had any issues



9 thoughts on “For Mother: Pistachio & White Chocolate Chip Cookies

  1. maaaaaaaaamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!those look so good!!!also, i don't think i ever thanked you for your sweet comments about my engagement. thank you! i'm so excited. like really. i know it'll be hard, but it'll be worth it. thanks. 🙂

  2. I am definitely going to try these out- they look scrumptious. I love sweet/salty combinations. You're welcome for the Artisan- mine makes me feel like a pastry chef just by having it on my countertop.

  3. Um, well my mom lives in the same state as me, but I wonder if I can just forward her the recipe and ask her to make them for me 🙂

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