Tiramisu Cookie Recipe + Giveaway for ArtScroll’s New Cookbook Something Sweet!

Introducing: The newest member of ArtScroll’s popular cookbook lineup:

Something Sweet, by Miriam Pascal | Desserts, Baked Goods, and Treats for Every Occasion

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR …

… a fabulous dessert to enhance your Shabbos and holiday meals?

… everyday baked goods and cookies to keep in a jar on the counter?

… delicious treats to please every member of the family?

… show-stopping sweets to impress your party guests?

You’ll find it all – and more! – in Something Sweet.Scroll down for a sample recipe and giveaway, then click here for more information and to order your copy.tiramisu-cookies-LR

Tiramisu Cookies

Reproduced from Something Sweet by Miriam Pascal, with permission from the copyright holders, ArtScroll/Mesorah Publications

Dairy or Pareve | Yield about 3½ dozen

Traditional tiramisu is a coffee-flavored dessert, noted for its ladyfingers soaked in espresso. I reinterpreted this fabulous dessert into cakey cookies, packed with coffee flavor and rolled in coffee-soaked ladyfinger crumbs.

Click here to download a printable copy of the recipe for Tiramisu Cookies

Ingredients:
CRUMBS
1 cup coarse ladyfinger crumbs
2 Tablespoons brown sugar
1 Tablespoon brewed coffee (or ½ teaspoon instant coffee granules dissolved in 1 Tablespoon hot water)
COOKIE DOUGH
¾ cup oil
4 ounces cream cheese or soy cream cheese
1 cup brown sugar
½ cup sugar
¼ cup espresso or strong coffee (see Note)
1 egg
1 teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
3 cups flour

Instructions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350ºF. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper; set aside.
  2. Prepare the crumbs: Combine ladyfinger crumbs, brown sugar, and coffee in a small bowl. Stir until combined. Mixture should have the texture of damp sand. Set aside.
  3. Prepare the cookie dough: In the bowl of an electric mixer, on medium speed, beat together oil, cream cheese, and sugars until smooth.
  4. Add espresso, egg, baking soda, salt, and vanilla. Beat until smooth and creamy.
  5. Reduce mixer speed to low; add flour, one cup at a time, beating after each addition, until combined.
  6. Use a medium cookie scoop (or a heaping tablespoon) to portion out dough. Roll into balls; then roll in prepared ladyfinger crumbs until fully coated. Place onto prepared baking sheets.
  7. Bake for 10-11 minutes, until cookies are set.

Note: You can use 2 teaspoons instant coffee granules dissolved in ¼ cup hot water instead of espresso.

Plan Ahead: These cookies freeze well in an airtight container or bag. They’re on the soft side, so handle with care when packing them. Defrost fully before serving.

Giveaway is over! Congratulations to the winner, R Retchinsky!

Want to win a copy of Something Sweet?

To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post telling us what your favorite dessert is!

Giveaway ends on Wednesday, September 2nd, at 11:59 pm eastern time.

**One winner will receive a copy of Something Sweet.. Winner will be chosen randomly and notified via email. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Winner will have 48 hours to answer or another winner will be chosen. Limit one entry per person.

Cookbook Flash Sale Ends Tonight! 20-20% Off ALL Cookbooks!

cookbook-flash-sale-square

Last chance to save 20-30% on all of ArtScroll’s best-selling cookbooks! Use this opportunity to stock up on gifts for the entire year!
The Silver Platter | List Price: $34.99 | 20% off! | Now Only: $27.99

Secret Resraurant Recipes | List Price: $29.99 | 25% off! | Now Only: $22.49

Fresh & Easy Kosher Cooking | List Price: $34.99 | 25% off! | Now Only: $26.24

Starters & Sides Made Easy | List Price: $16.99 | 25% off! | Now Only: $12.74

Dairy Made Easy | List Price: $16.99 | 30% off! Now Only: $11.89 | Perfect for your nine days cooking!

Kids Cooking Made Easy | List Price: $16.99 | 25% off! Now Only: $12.74

Passover Made Easy | List Price: $16.99 | 25% off! | Now Only: $12.74

A Taste of Pesach | List Price: $29.99 | 25% off! | Now Only: $22.49

Passover by Design | List Price: $29.99 | 20% off! | Now Only: $23.99

Kosher by Design Cooking Coach | List Price: $36.99 | 30% off! | Now Only: $25.89

Kosher by Design Teens and 20-Somethings | List Price: $29.99 | 25% off! | Now Only: $22.49

Kosher by Design Kids in the Kitchen | List Price: $24.99 | 25% off! | Now Only: $18.74

Kosher by Design Entertains | List Price: $34.99 | 25% off! | Now Only: $26.24

Kosher by Design Short on Time | List Price: $34.99 | 25% off! | Now Only: $26.24

Kosher by Design | List Price :$34.99 | 25% off! | Now Only: $26.24

Kosher by Design Lightens Up | List Price: $35.99 | 25% off! | Now Only: $26.99

Crafting Jewish | List Price :$29.99 | 30% off! | Now Only: $20.99

A Taste of Nostalgia | List Price :$24.99 | 25% off! | Now Only: $18.74

Kosher by Design Cookbook Series Slipcase Set | List Price:$174.99 | 20% off! | Now Only: $131.24 | Five best-selling cookbooks in one slipcased set – makes a great gift!

Use promo code COOKBOOK48 at checkout to save.

cookbook-collage

Click here to save on all ArtScroll cookbooks!

Free Download: Five Amazing Recipes for Shavuos

shavuos-recipes

To help you plan and prepare for the upcoming holiday of Shavuos, we’ve combed through ArtScroll’s selection of best-selling cookbooks and picked five fabulous dairy recipes for an incredible meal that will enhance your shavuos menu.

Scroll down for a fantastic five-course meal – click each recipe title for a printable PDF of that recipe.

Tomato-Tart-from-Starters-and-Sides-Made-EasyAppetizer: Tomato Tart from Starters and Sides Made Easy

By Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek

Click here for the printable recipe: Tomato Tart

Click here to purchase a copy of Starters and Sides Made Easy

______________________________

Broccoli-Cheddar-Soup-from-Dairy-Made-Easy

______________________________

Soup: Broccoli and Cheddar Soup from Dairy Made Easy

 By Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek

Click here for the printable recipe: Broccoli and Cheddar Soup

Click here to purchase a copy of Dairy Made Easy

______________________________

spinach-quiche-from-Secret-Restaurant-Recipes

Main: Spinach Quiche from Secret Restaurant Recipes

by Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek

Click here for the printable recipe: Spinach Quiche 

Click here to purchase Secret Restaurant Recipes

______________________________

Cheesy-Smashed-Potatoes-from-The-Silver-Platter

Side: Cheesy Smashed Potatoes from the brand-new cookbook, The Silver Platter

by Daniella Silver with Norene Gilletz

Click here for the printable recipe: Cheesy Smashed Potatoes

Click here to purchase a copy of The Silver Platter

______________________________

Cheese-Danish-Galette

Dessert: Cheese Danish Galette from Kosher by Design Cooking Coach

by Susie Fishbein

Click here for the printable recipe: Cheese Danish Galette

Click here to purchase a copy of Kosher by Design Cooking Coach

______________________________

Click here to shop ArtScroll’s entire selection of best-selling cookbooks

Click here for additional shavuos recipes on The Official ArtScroll Blog

Click here for another sample recipe from our newest cookbook, The Silver Platter

Secret Restaurant Recipes – Pesach Guide

srr-pesach-pics

For Jewish cooks all over the world, the search for Passover recipes usually means shelving your favorite cookbooks for a week or two. But we have good news for all of you fans of  our latest hit cookbook, Secret Restaurant Recipes. Authors Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek have compiled a handy list of 39  favorite recipes from this fantastic book – so you can keep cooking those favorites all through Pesach!

Click here to download a list of 39 Kosher for Passover recipes and substitutions from Secret Restaurant Recipes

Click here to buy Secret Restaurant Recipes

Also available: list of Kosher for Passover recipes from Fresh and Easy Kosher Cooking.

For more Passover recipes:

Win a Pre-Release Copy of Secret Restaurant Recipes!

SRRH Banner

It’s the cookbook everyone’s been talking about:

Secret Restaurant Recipes  by Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek

The finest restaurants. The most talented chefs. The most delicious food. All in your kitchen.

Want to recreate the popular dishes from your favorite Kosher restaurants? Get your copy of Secret Restaurant Recipes and discover the secrets of the world’s best kosher chefs. 

  • Dozens of family-friendly recipes for any day of the week
  • Exquisite full color photos for every dish
  • Secret techniques & cooking tips direct from the chefs
  • Complete menus for your special occasions and holidays

Recreate the recipes of… • The Prime Grill, New York City • Soyo, London • Trattoria Haba, Jerusalem • Pizza Pita, Montreal • Café Rimon, Jerusalem • My Most Favorite Food, New York City • Wolf & Lamb Steakhouse, New York City • Etc. Steakhouse, Teaneck • The Urban Grill, Mexico City • Red Heifer Steakhouse, Jerusalem • Reserve Cut, New York City • Citron & Rose, Philadelphia • Basil Pizza, Brooklyn • Milk Street Café, Boston • Mocha Bleu, Teaneck • Darna, Panama City • Milt’s BBQ, Chicago • Gam Gam Kosher, Venice • Tierra Sur, Los Angeles • Java Café, Toronto & dozens more

srr-sample-images

Be the first to own this magnificent new cookbook – enter to win a pre-release copy!

To enter, comment on this post with your favorite restaurant dish.

Giveaway ends 11/5/14.

 

Click here to order Secret Restaurant Recipes.

Click here for a sample recipe.

Click here for all books by Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek.

**Giveaway ends on Wednesday, November 5th at 11:59 pm eastern time. Prize can be shipped within the USA. Winner will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to respond. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Limit one entry per person.

Sunken Apples and Honey Tart from Kosher by Design

apples and honey tart

With Rosh Hashanah just two weeks away, many of you are probably cooking and baking for Rosh Hashanah, or at least thinking about your holiday menus. Well, with over 15 popular kosher cookbooks under our belts here at ArtScroll, we’re … Continue reading

They Won’t Be Bored This Summer: Kids Cooking Made Easy + Giveaway!

Scroll down to the end of the post for instructions on entering a giveaway for a free copy of Kids Cooking Made Easy!

This summer, keep your kids busy in an educational and fun way: introduce them to the kitchen!

kcmep

My mother always said that hungry children are cranky children. Bored, hungry, cranky…these are the less exciting aspects of having children on vacation for three months. But we have a solution: introduce the kids to the joys of cooking with Kids Cooking Made Easy!

There’s a great educational aspect to cooking and following a recipe. As explained by the authors, Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek. “Kids Cooking Made Easy is a picky eater solution,” says Victoria Dwek. “Kids either become more open-minded when they see how something is prepared, or they learn to prepare their own favorites.” Aside from kitchen skills, learning to cook has hidden educational benefits. As Leah Schapira points out, “Children learn about math and fractions when following a recipe.” They also learn to read and follow instructions – all while having a good time!

Chock full of exciting summer recipes such as Teriyaki Beef Sticks, Peach and Mango Salad and Creamsicle Sorbet and fun crafts and edible activities such as Edible Sand Art and Homemade Button Candy, this book will be a delight for your children and a lifesaver (or at least sanity saver!) for you.

Click here to purchase Kids Cooking Made Easy.

Here’s a sample recipe for you and your kids to enjoy. Make sure to scroll past the recipe for a chance to win a copy of Kids Cooking Made Easy!

Teriyaki-Beef-Sticks

 

Click image to enlarge, or  click here to download a printable version of Teriyaki Beef Sticks

To enter the giveaway for a copy of Kids Cooking Made Easy:

Comment on this post telling us: What is the first dish you remember cooking? 

**Giveaway ends on Friday, July 11th at 11:00 am eastern time. Winner will receive one copy of Kids Cooking Made Easy. Prize can be shipped within the USA. Winner will be notified via email. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Limit one entry per person. 

Shavuos Cooking Made Easy!

menu-planning-made-easy

The latest release in our Made Easy cookbook series, Dairy Made Easy, is just in time to help you prepare your dairy meals for shavuos. To help you get started, we’ve prepared a sample menu, compiled from all four Made Easy cookbooks.

You can print the PDFs by clicking the links below, or you can scroll down for image files of the recipes. Make sure to read our helpful tips from the authors and the handy make-ahead and freezer guide!

Menu (Click the links for a downloadable PDF):

Avocado Cigars

Pomegranate and Apple Salad with Creamy Parmesan Dressing

Roasted Tomato and Eggplant Soup

Penne Rosa

Sour Cream Chocolate Chip Pound Cake

Make ahead and freezer friendly food guide:

Many of the recipes in Dairy Made Easy can be made ahead, making your Yom Tov prep much easier. Here is a list of make-ahead tips and instructions.

  • Many appetizers that get fried such as Arancini Balls (page 28) and Broccoli Spring Rolls (page 30) can be prepared ahead and frozen, then fried fresh.
  • Pizza doughs, such as the Bistro Style Pizza Dough (page 70) and the 30 minute Thin Crust Pizza Dough (page 72) can be prepared ahead and frozen, then defrosted before using.
  • For the Roasted Veggie Galete (page 36), let it thaw completely before rewarming. If you try to reheat it straight from the freezer, the dough will thaw much faster than the veggies.
  • Herbed Pull Apart Bread (page 79) can be prepared completely and frozen. Reheat before serving.
  • Many blended soups, such as the Cauliflower and Lemon soup (page 50) and the Broccoli Cheddar soup (page 46) freeze nicely.
  • To prepare the Baked Roasted Veggie Pasta (page 94) ahead, make each component separately and reheat them together just before serving.
  •  Pasta sauces (see chapter on pasta, starting on page 82) can be frozen up to a month. Cook the pasta fresh, and warm up together with the sauce.
  • All desserts in Dairy Made Easy (other than Peanut Butter Crème Brule) can be frozen fully prepared.
  • Three Cheese Quiche (page 34) can be frozen after baking and reheated just before serving.
  • Calsones (page 90) freeze nicely. When you defrost them, leave uncovered for a crunchy dish, or cover it while reheating for a softer dish.
  • Salad dressings can be made up to a week in advance and stored in the fridge.

Holiday Cooking Tips from Leah and Victoria:

There will be enough pastries to go around. Instead, prepare and serve a couple of (easy-to-make-ahead) frozen desserts. Shavuos signals the beginning of summer, and everyone will be appreciative when you bring refreshing treats out from the freezer. I’m making Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream (from Dairy Made Easy) in little mason jars and Rice Krispie Ice Cream Sandwiches (from Kids Cooking Made Easy) for the kids. – Victoria Dwek

Even if you’ll be preparing your meals fresh, get as many components as you can out of the way in advance. For example, prepare your salad dressings in advance. Balance your menu with items you can prep ahead, like Arancini balls (fry fresh!) and quick to assemble sides like cauliflower garlic bites. – Leah Schapira

Print or Share the Recipe Cards:

avocado-cigars
pom-salad-1
soup

penne-rosa

bundt-cake-1

Click here to buy Dairy Made Easy

Click here for the entire Made Easy Series

Free Passover Recipe Cards Download!

recipe-card-download

If you’ve started to think about your menu for Passover, we’re here to help! ArtScroll’s three hit Pesach cookbooks all contain a wide variety of mouthwatering recipes that will enhance your pesach meals.

To give you a “taste” of our recipes, we’re sharing free recipe cards that you can download and print. (Scroll down for a high resolution PDF.)

Pesach Recipe Cards2 Pesach Recipe Cards3 Pesach Recipe Cards4 Pesach Recipe Cards

 

You can also download the files here:

—-> Click here to download the recipe cards for easy printing: Pesach Recipe Cards

—-> Click here to download the recipe cards in a convenient recipe box size: Pesach Recipe Cards 3×5

About the books:

tpeh2

 

A Taste of Pesach is the newest cookbook in our Passover selection. Featuring over 160 tried and true recipes, this book has a recipe for every palate and every occasion! Click here to purchase A Taste of Pesach.

 

 

pmep

 

Passover Made Easy puts the “wow” factor in Pesach food, presenting innovative and exciting recipes that you won’t believe are Kosher for Passover! Click here to purchase Passover Made Easy.

 

 

pbdh

 

Passover by Design by best-selling author Susie Fishbein combines previous Kosher By Design favorites that have been tweaked for Passover with a selection of brand-new recipes to make your Pesach cooking elegantly simple. Click here to purchase Passover By Design.

 

Starters and Sides Made Easy + Sample Recipes

“Step aside Main Dishes! The spotlight is now on Starters and Sides with this hot new cookbook from Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek!”

The second book in the Made Easy Cookbook series is all about making your meal planning easy! With 60 new and exciting recipes for every meal, ranging from everyday suppers to special occasions, this book will banish your mealtime boredom.

We’re sharing two sample recipes from the book. Enjoy them, then head over to our Pinterest board for reviews and additional recipes!

coleslaw bites on Artscroll Blog

Coleslaw Balls with Jalapeño Dip

Excerpted from Starters and Sides Made Easy, by Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek, published by ArtScroll

Yields: 20-30 balls

16 oz coleslaw mix

1½ tsp   salt

3   garlic cloves, minced

½ tsp   coarse black pepper

¼ cup   flour

3 Tbsp   cornstarch

•   oil, for frying

Jalapeño Dip

¾ cup   mayonnaise

2   scallions, chopped

1   jalapeño pepper, seeds and ribs removed, chopped

2 Tbsp   water

1 Tbsp   lemon juice

½ tsp   salt

•   pinch coarse black pepper

•   pinch sugar

1. Place cabbage into a large colander. Sprinkle with salt and let sit 15 minutes. Using both hands, squeeze cabbage very well to remove the excess water (it won’t look watery to the eye, but plenty of liquid will come out when you squeeze).

2. In a large bowl, combine cabbage, garlic, pepper, flour, and cornstarch. Mix until mixture becomes dough-like. Using a tablespoon and damp hands, form into falafel-sized balls.

3. Heat 2-3 inches oil in a saucepan over medium-high heat. Fry balls in hot oil until golden on all sides, 4-5 minutes total.

4. Prepare the jalapeño dip: In a small bowl, combine mayonnaise, scallions, jalapeño pepper, water, lemon juice, salt, pepper, and sugar. Using an immersion blender, blend until smooth. Serve alongside coleslaw balls.

onion rings on Artscroll Blog

Crispy Crunchy Onion Rings

Excerpted from Starters and Sides Made Easy, by Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek, published by ArtScroll

Yields: 16-18

           2   medium onions (or 1 large sweet onion)

½ cup   cornstarch

¼ cup   flour

½ tsp   paprika

1 tsp   garlic powder

1½ tsp   salt

•   pinch coarse black pepper

½ cup   water

1½ cups   panko crumbs

•   oil, for frying

  1.  Peel and slice onions into ½-inch rounds. Separate the rings. If your onions have very thin layers, keep two rings together. You don’t want your onion rings to be limp.
  2. In a shallow bowl, combine cornstarch, flour, paprika, garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Stir in water to form a thick paste (resist the temptation to add more water).
  3. Place the panko crumbs into a second shallow bowl.
  4. Add an onion ring to the batter and use a spoon to help coat. Dip onion ring in the panko crumbs and use a spoon to help coat completely.
  5. Heat 2 inches of oil in a saucepan. When oil is hot, add onion rings and fry for 2-3 minutes. You do not need to flip the rings. Drain on paper towels and serve hot.

Click here for book details and exclusive online savings.

Click here for other books in the Made Easy Cookbook Series.