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18 comments to “Day 6: Poppy Seed-Honey Cookies”

  1. These cookies are really beautiful! I love the geometric shapes and the appearance of the poppy seeds.

  2. yum! i am still not tired of cookies – just baked a batch of “figgy pudding” ones yesterday!

  3. These look so yummy, I love poppy seed :)

  4. Am loving this 12-day cookie celebration, and six more days still to go! All of these are so original too– I’m having trouble deciding which ones I want to make. Thanks for the inspiration as well as the great photos!

  5. My grandmother always made these, she called them Munn cookies.

  6. Beautiful shapes! Love how the diamonds make a star. Those sound really great.

  7. Eek! My dough isn’t coming together! Maybe I should a bit of water? or milk?

  8. Hey Emily,
    Yes, a little milk should work. Or even try mixing a little longer. How do you measure flour? Make sure you are fluffing and scooping into measuring cup.

  9. Love these! They look perfect for tea, but I would make them just to be able to play with the fun patterns, your photos are beautiful.

  10. Elegant, sophisticated and appropriately unique in flavor- these poppyseed cookies boast an exotic cookie complexion and Bryan just doesn’t know what he’s missing!

  11. Ooh, another great poppy recipe! I’ve been stalking your blog for a while, though I don’t think I’ve left a comment before. Love it.

  12. Oh these look tasty. I have too many cookies on my holiday baking list – too hard to narrow it down!

  13. These are the prettiest cookies EVER. and (bonus!) they look like the Dwell Patterns tile at Heath Ceramics. (I’m sure that was your intention!)

  14. It was my intention. Heath can thank me by sending me a gift certificate asap. ; )

  15. I made these yesterday for last night’s Christmas party, along with the fig swirl cookies. Both are wonderful. Thanks for sharing these great recipes!

  16. OMG Tim you are like so Jewish.

  17. Hi again! So… does the glaze ever soak in? Mine have been sitting here for almost an hour and they are still all sticky with honey on top. They are so pretty and delicious though! Love them! Thanks!

  18. Hi Mary Anne! They stay a little shiny and sticky on top. Maybe you used more glaze than I did (if they are looking different than the photos) but they should taste good either way. : )