Lemon Cornmeal Cookies - Cooking Light

Lemon Cornmeal Cookies

For our Cooking Light Virtual Supper Club the theme this month is A Celebration of Corn. I made those delicious Lemon Cornmeal Cookies. They were well received in the house.

For December the theme will be Holiday Dinner Party. You can join us in cooking a dish from Cooking Light and post on the first Wednesday of December.

Here is what everyone prepared:

Val from More than burnt toast made a
Creamed Corn with Bacon and Leeks

Jamie from Mom's Cooking Club made a Double Corn Bread

Sandy from Whistlestop Cafe Cooking made some Curried Corn Crab Cakes

Mary Ann from Meet Me in the Kitchen prepared Greens with Roasted Corn and Pepper Salad

Recipe:
Lemon-Cornmeal Cookies

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28 comments:

  1. Yummy looking cookies! Light and so delicious. I love lemon cornmeal cookies.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  2. umm these do look good - but can i have the recipe ;o)

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  3. Helene, it's nice to have you back with the Cooking Light supper club. Lemon and cornmeal sound delicious together and as always, your photos are outstanding. Cooking Light should use them!
    Sam

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  4. Miammm des biscuits qui ont l'air excellent!

    Belle photo!!

    Bon mercrdi Hélène:)

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  5. What a pretty cookie. I love the glaze on top. Welcome back to the group Helene.

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  6. Welcome back Helene. The4se are a perfect reunion cookie. Sounds like your kods enjoyed them. Gorgeous phoro as well. I just want to reach in to my computer screen and grab one.

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  7. I have never had a cornmeal cookie! Imagine..Les flocons de fleurs sont parfaits:)Quelle belle touche.

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  8. These look wonderful and would be a great cookie to make and share for the upcoming holidays. Beautiful!

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  9. These looks really pretty and delicious...I would never have thought of cornmeal in a cookie, but I like cornmeal, so I think I should give these a try...we all know how much I LOVE LEMON!! Thanks for posting...if they were a hit there, I am sure they will be a hit here.

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  10. Your cookies look so pretty Helene. I never made any cookies using cornmeal before, I am pretty tempted now.

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  11. I love how pretty and whimsical they look Helene. Your glazing and topping adds so much to them! YUM!!

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  12. Oh Helene, this is beautiful!! Love the rustic photo and I can imagine that the corn meal gives these cookies so much extra crunch!!

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  13. These sound perfect to me! I always love lemon cookies and the cornmeal sounds great. I have to try these!

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  14. Sounds really good! I must try this with the leftover cornmeal I have!

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  15. Beautiful photo! Cornmeal adds such a nice delicate crunch to cookies.

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  16. Your cookies look like a work of art Helene! I also love the salad just below. You have me drooling this morning. I am glad you are back with the VSC!

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  17. Lemon cookies sound (and look) wonderful. Never thought about what a lemon cornmeal combo could produce.

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  18. What a beautiful cookie, they sound so light and delicious, and the zingy hit of lemon must make them pretty amazing.
    *kisses* HH

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  19. These cookies look almost too pretty to eat.

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  20. Oh cornmeal - what a good idea. Leave it to Cooking Light. And lemon - there's nothing like alemon cookie to remind you of your senses without making you feel like a glutton. Delicious!

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  21. I love Cooking Light! Their recipes are always good, an this one is something I know we'd enjoy. fun dinner party idea, too.

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  22. Yes love cooking light also. I love the lemon cookies, I was looking for a non chocolate cookie recipe. I will have to try this one. I am also going to try and get a post out for this Holiday Dinner Party.

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  23. they look crispy and tangy: just like I like them!

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  24. I can just imagine the crunch this cookie gives.

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