18 Year Old Tianas Sweet Fresh Cookies

Tiana has developed her recipes using premium ingredients and plenty of love in every batch, providing gluten-free and vegan options to meet dietary restrictions.

Tiana, an 18-year-old, has perfected the art of crafting fresh and tasty cookies to please her customers' palates. Her passion for baking stands out thanks to the high-grade ingredients she uses - even offering custom cookies for special events or dietary restrictions.

Her traditional chocolate chip cookies will satisfy any cookie lover, while double chocolate biscuits will delight chocolate enthusiasts. Her oatmeal raisin cookies provide a healthier option featuring plump raisins and oats for optimal nutrition.

Gideon's Bakehouse in Walt Disney World offers up a delicious treat: Pistachio Toffee Chocolate Chip Cookies are often described as life-changing and often have long lines outside their doors to try them! 

A recent video posted by the Disney Food Blog showcased Gideon's Bakehouse as part of their must-try cookie selection: It has received rave reviews as life-changing treats by guests and critics alike!

Disney Food Blog recently shared a video showcasing guests gathered outside Gideon's Bakehouse in Disney Springs who are patiently waiting in line for its famous hot cookie. Tiana's homemade cookies are baked using premium ingredients and plenty of love - making them truly irresistible!

Traditional Chocolate Chip Cookies

Tiana's recipe uses premium ingredients for maximum irresistibility that will satisfy even the pickiest sweet tooth.

For best results, take these cookies out just before they have fully baked to achieve a soft, chewy treat with just enough crunch. Use a cookie scoop to evenly space out the dough onto a baking sheet before baking until its edges turn golden brown.

For optimal results, always ensure you measure out your flour accurately. Too much flour will cause your cookies to dry out; therefore, you must add it slowly while stirring to prevent clumping and ensure optimal results.

One key tip when making cookies is to use fresh, sifted butter; any older or melted versions can alter the texture of your finished cookies significantly. Also be sure to use freshly grated brown sugar, since dried ones tend to lack moisture and create cakier cookies.

Tiana's classic chocolate chip cookies are soft and chewy with a crunchy edge, made with premium ingredients and love - making them truly stand out from store-bought options! Tiana's cookies' unique flavours and textures will delight even the pickiest eaters!

Cream butter, granulated sugar, and brown sugar until light and fluffy; add eggs and vanilla and continue mixing. In another smaller bowl combine flour, baking soda, and salt; slowly incorporate these dry ingredients into the wet ones while mixing well; stir in chocolate chips before stirring into the dough.

Some recipes call for chilling the dough before baking; however, this step is optional in this recipe and your dough should be ready in about 30 minutes if chilled beforehand.

To bake cookies, place the scoops of dough on a baking sheet and bake until their edges are golden and just slightly underdone in the center. After being removed from the oven, they'll continue baking in their heat and come out soft and chewy - ideal for afternoon snacking!

Make these easy cookies with minimal equipment - just a bowl and rubber spatula will do. They utilize butter with low water content so that it won't come out greasy or spread too much in the oven, as well as use high-quality vanilla extract.

This recipe includes baking soda to give the cookies lift, as well as flour that should provide just enough rise and structure. Ensure you measure by weight or spoon in loosely and press gently with your finger if necessary if measuring by volume isn't an option - measuring by volume can result in dry cookies whereas overdoing it could mean they won't rise at all! To achieve a perfect batch every time.

This versatile cookie can easily be tailored to meet individual tastes by changing up its filling with different chocolate chips or nuts, for instance, you could make salted peanut butter cookies by exchanging traditional chocolate chips for larger amounts of butterscotch or semisweet baking chips and adding coarse salt before baking.

Double Chocolate Biscuits

Tiana takes great care and pride in baking her delectable cookies with premium ingredients for optimal taste and texture. She offers bulk orders for special events as well as customized packaging to make her products ideal treats.

Tiana's double chocolate biscuits are an irresistibly tasty treat for any chocolate fanatic. Soft yet chewy in texture, fudgy in the center, crisp on the edges - these biscuits deliver everything a chocolate lover could ask for in one bite! Using high-quality cocoa powder ensures every bite tastes rich and luxurious!

Tiana recommends refrigerating the dough for at least a couple hours before baking, to help it set and bake evenly. To add an extra special touch, she suggests including chopped walnuts or dried cherries in the batter for even greater success!

Tiana recommends using unsalted butter in this recipe, as salted versions add too much salt. She suggests also using brown sugar, as its caramel-like taste adds great character. When making cookies it is important not to overwork the batter as this could result in dense and hard cookies; once mixed pour onto a baking sheet and bake for approximately 10-12 minutes.

Tiana uses premium ingredients and plenty of love to craft delicious cookies that offer something special for every special event - birthdays, anniversaries, or otherwise! She offers personalized packaging options to add even more memories. Her cookie creations make great additions for birthdays, anniversaries, and other events!

This recipe calls for lots of brown sugar, which makes the cookies rich and delectably chocolaty. The steps are straightforward, producing cookies with soft chewy centers that are buttery yet not overly sweet - perfect for creating shortbread-like edges! This batch makes 8 or 10 cookies.

The key to perfect cookies lies in under-baking them; overdoing it will result in dry and crumbly treats. You can tell they're done when their edges have set while their centers still feel soft when touched; that indicates they should come out of the oven soon enough. For optimal results, natural cocoa powder may provide a more subtle flavor while making less dense treats.

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

If you love soft cookies with rich brown sugar and cinnamon flavors - look no further! Tianas Sweet Fresh Cookies' oatmeal raisins cookies should be on your radar. Their addition of raisins brings balance to all the richness in other components of this delightful treat, plus it is simple and quick to make! You will soon be craving another batch.

Start by whisking together the flour, baking soda, ground cinnamon, and salt. Next, cream together butter with both sugars, eggs, and vanilla before slowly adding in your dry ingredients as you go.

Drop by teaspoonful onto two inches apart baking sheets. Bake for 10 minutes, until slightly golden-edged cookies appear. Cool for 2-3 minutes on the pans before transferring to wire racks to finish cooling completely. 

Moreover, Oatmeal cookies also freeze well - they can be stored at room temperature for two weeks or six months in an airtight container/freezer bag, depending on which option is chosen. You could try swapping out raisins for chopped dried cranberries/blueberries/dates to give these classic cookies an intriguing twist!

Oatmeal Raisin cookies often get an unfair reputation. Yet these irresistible treats deserve to be in every cookie lover's arsenal! These soft and chewy delights feature buttery flavors balanced out by sweet raisins to provide the ideal combination with their oatmeal base.

These cookies are created using premium ingredients and love, creating irresistible treats reminiscent of childhood. Tiana's family and friends have become her greatest supporters, helping her expand her business and spread her tasty treats around.

To create these cookies, you'll require:

Wet Ingredients: Cream the butter and both sugars on medium speed with eggs and vanilla extract until fluffy, adding flour, baking soda, cinnamon, and salt separately in another bowl before slowly mixing it all in with wet ingredients while beating on low speed until well mixed in - stir in the oats and raisins when done!

Your dough may appear sticky; don't worry - this is a good sign! Refrigerate for 30 minutes before baking.

A classic oatmeal raisin cookie is an enjoyable sweet treat that pairs beautifully with a chilled glass of milk. These extra soft and chewy cookies boast just the right combination of cinnamon flavor, vanilla essence, and chewiness, with healthy doses of oatmeal which contains fiber, magnesium, iron zinc, and folate that are beneficial to our bodies.

Tiana suggests using melted rather than creamed butter for maximum chewy texture in these cookies. In addition, she advises hydrating raisins before adding them to the dough; this step ensures extra plump and juicy raisins when baked, giving these treats their delicious chewy texture.

These cookies are easy and versatile enough for any recipe imaginable - such as swapping out raisins for chopped dried apricots, cherries, cranberries, or dates for an exciting variation on traditional oatmeal raisin cookies! Additionally, they're great as on-the-go snacks or desserts since they freeze beautifully!

Lemon Cookies

These lemon cookies are easy and packed full of delicious citrusy goodness! Made with lemon zest and juice combined into their cookie dough and finished with an easy lemon glaze for even more citrusy goodness!

To make these lemon cookies, combine the flour, baking powder, and salt. Set this mixture aside. Next, beat together butter and sugar until creamy and fluffy; add in egg and vanilla extract before incorporating dry ingredients and mixing until just combined.

Roll out tablespoon-sized portions of dough into balls, and roll each in granulated sugar before placing on an ungreased baking sheet and spacing out slightly. Bake the treats for 8 to 10 minutes, until lightly golden brown with set centers.

Remove from the oven and allow them to cool for several minutes before transferring to cooling racks. Drizzle with lemon glaze, allow it to set, and store them in airtight containers on your counter for up to 4 days if you desire!

Lemon cookies make an excellent alternative to classic sugar cookies, featuring a soft texture, buttery taste, and bold lemon flavor! Not only are they easy to make but you can add an extra splash of flair by topping yours off with an attractive lemon glaze!

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and line baking sheets with parchment paper or silicone mats. Use either a hand or stand mixer to combine butter and granulated sugar in a large bowl until creamy, adding vanilla, egg, lemon juice, and zest, then mixing to incorporate. Finally stir in flour, baking powder, and salt until just mixed in.

Drop tablespoonfuls of dough on prepared baking sheets, leaving two inches between each ball. Bake the cookies for 12 to 15 minutes, until their surface just begins to color and they look crinkled and somewhat dry on top. Transfer onto wire racks to cool completely.

If desired, drizzle cookies with a simple lemon glaze (whisk confectioner's sugar and lemon juice together). Cookies may be stored airtight for up to 4 days on the countertop.

If you love lemon desserts, give these easy glazed lemon cookies a try. Made with tender shortbread cookies topped with sweet lemon glaze, these tasty treats make an impressive presentation at any event! Plus they make for the perfect last-minute gifts!

Lemon icing is easy to create and adds a perfect dose of sweetness to these cookies. Simply combine powdered sugar, milk, lemon juice, and zest until your icing reaches room temperature before spreading over your cookies.

These tarty lemon cookies boast bright, fresh lemon flavor thanks to plenty of lemon zest and juice in both their cookie dough and icing, creating irresistibly soft and chewy cookies!

This gluten-free lemon cookie recipe uses both almond flour and all-purpose flour for the perfect gluten-free lemon cookies. Almond flour provides a subtle, slightly toasty flavor compared to wheat flour while its higher protein content helps prevent them from becoming too crumbly. To bake these treats, use a medium-sized cookie scoop and place on an unlined baking sheet; bake 11-14 minutes, until edges have lightly golden hues but the center is still somewhat soft.

Peanut Butter Cookies

Tiana's peanut butter cookies are rich and mouthwatering - sure to bring delight at any event. She uses premium ingredients with love, giving her cookies an exclusive flavor, you won't find elsewhere. She also creates lemony delights and green tea-infused treats as tasty palate cleansers between bites. Plus, Tiana donates part of her profits to local charity causes, spreading joy across the community!

She suggests using smooth, all-natural peanut butter without stabilizers that are well mixed so the oil has fully blended in with it. Crisco can help keep cookies soft and less crisp; you can prepare the batter up to three days ahead without chilling first.

Once the ingredients are mixed, mix either with an electric mixer or by hand and fold in vanilla extract. Roll the cookie dough into 2-inch balls and place on an unlined baking sheet; press each cookie down slightly with a fork for a crisscross pattern before baking for 10 to 12 minutes until lightly browned.

Classic peanut butter cookies with an added twist! These peanut butter cookies boast soft centers and crunchy exteriors thanks to brown and granulated sugar sweetening them up nicely, along with butter and shortening keeping the cookies moist and dense. Feel free to sprinkle some extra sugar or salt over them for an added flair!

Peanut butter cookie dough can be prepared up to three days in advance and stored in the refrigerator until ready to bake. Simply allow enough time for it to reach room temperature before scooping out individual cookie balls from it.

Once cookies are ready to bake, a fork is used to press down on their centers in a cross-shaped pattern that has become synonymous with these treats worldwide. Not only does this add decorative value, but also ensures even cooking. If crisscross patterns don't suit you as much as other designs do for flattering cookies; try creating hash marks or making other creative designs instead!

Tiana's peanut butter cookies are an absolute must for those indulging in classic favorites. Chewy on the inside and crunchy on the outside, with an irresistibly peanutty flavor - these treats make the perfect addition to any cookie assortment and special events alike!

To create these cookies, combine sugars, peanut butter, shortening, and an egg in a large bowl, beating until everything is mixed well. Next add flour, baking soda, and baking powder and continue mixing to a smooth dough.

Once chilled, the dough should be formed into balls of any size; though for optimal results it's recommended that smaller balls be formed so they cook more evenly. Once chilled, it should be chilled to firm up and make handling easier before being pressed through fork tines in an x pattern using fork tines to ensure even baking results.

When making this recipe, be sure to use unsalted butter. Salt adds dimension and balances the sweetness. Also, be mindful when measuring out flour; too much could result in dry and crumbly cookies.

Coconut Macaroons

Tiana's Coconut Macaroons are the perfect treat for anyone with a sweet tooth! These flourless cookies are sweet, chewy, and toasty - an ideal treat to enjoy during Passover, for those on restricted diets, or simply for those who love coconut!

Tiana prides herself in using only premium ingredients and heaps of love when creating her baked goods, which make them truly irresistible. All her cookies are freshly handmade with no frozen or store-bought cookies in sight - something which her family and friends vouch for as they become her devoted taste testers - proof of Tiana's meticulous dedication in each cookie they taste test.

To create these tasty treats, combine shredded coconut with condensed milk in a large bowl. Meanwhile, beat egg whites with salt until stiff peaks form before folding the egg whites into the coconut mixture and stirring to ensure its incorporation. With the use of a small spoon or ice cream scoop, place mounds of mixture onto baking sheets leaving about an inch between each mound - this will allow them to bake evenly before cooling before being dunked in chocolate!

Coconut cookies offer a delicious twist on classic macarons with their chewy center and crispy exterior - ideal for snacking alone or dunking into chocolate for an indulgent dessert treat! Plus, they're naturally gluten-free making them suitable treats for people with special diets.

Preheat the oven to 300 degrees and line two baking sheets with parchment paper or a Silpat mat. Combine sugar, coconut, and salt in a large bowl. In another bowl, beat egg whites until stiff peaks form (either using an electric mixer or by hand) before folding in the coconut mixture. Finally, drop mounds of dough onto prepared sheets spacing them at least several inches apart so they won't spread during baking.

Bake for 15 minutes, rotating the pans halfway through. Remove from the oven and cool on a wire rack before placing in an airtight container for storage at room temperature or for up to three months in the freezer. As an option for variations on this classic recipe, try sprinkling on some dried fruit (cranberries or cherries), or drizzling melted chocolate instead of dipping.

Coconut macaroons are an irresistibly classic cookie, with chewy inner and crisp outer surfaces that burst with coconut flavor - perfect when dunked in chocolate for an added burst of coconut sweetness! Plus, this recipe naturally comes gluten-free.

Pour coconut, sugar, and egg whites into a heavy saucepan and mix thoroughly before heating over medium-low heat until the mixture looks dry with discernible coconut flakes. Remove from the heat and stir in vanilla.

Use a spring-loaded cookie scoop to pack each mound tightly; leaving a bit of room between cookies. Refrigerate the mix for at least 30 minutes.

Optional: Add some salt for extra sweetness and texture in these coconut cookies, as well as add chopped pecans or almonds for an extra special treat! They can be stored at room temperature in an airtight container for up to one week at room temperature or frozen for up to three months for optimal storage conditions.

Matcha Green Tea Cookies

After overindulging during December, many are opting to lighten things up with something healthier in January - these matcha green tea cookies may just be the solution! Not too sweet yet full of nutritional benefits thanks to matcha powder!

Butter forms the core of this cookie recipe, binding ingredients together and providing its distinctive flavor. For optimal results use room-temperature butter; vegetable shortening or margarine may work, although their use could alter their texture or flavor. Granulated Sugar - Granulated sugar adds sweetness while helping the cookies spread during baking; brown sugar offers deeper, chewier notes but can be swapped out for lighter cookies if desired.

Add flour mixture gradually, mixing well after each addition. If your kitchen is particularly warm, and the dough seems very soft (such as when made in warm temperatures) chill it for 20-30 minutes before continuing with baking the cookies.

Tiana's cookies are handcrafted using premium ingredients and care. Her selection includes matcha green tea cookies - these delicious sweets make special events even sweeter while fulfilling cravings for something sweet and healthy!

To create these cookies, you'll require some essential kitchen equipment: a mixing bowl, electric handheld or stand mixer, cookie dough scooper, parchment paper, and baking sheet. A kitchen scale should be used to weigh all of your ingredients so that they are evenly distributed; to prevent your cookie dough becoming too dense sift through flour and matcha powder before mixing to eliminate any lumps or clumps in the dough.

First, beat 3/4 cup unsalted butter until soft and creamy. Mix in both granulated sugar and brown sugar until combined evenly; next add egg and vanilla extract before scooping out dough with a large spoon or cookie scoop and spreading onto baking sheets for resting for 1 hour in the refrigerator before baking.

To create these matcha green tea cookies, sift the flour and matcha powder into a large mixing bowl to prevent any clumping or uneven coloring of the cookies. Combine these dry ingredients with creamed butter and sugar. Finally, stir in an egg until everything has been thoroughly mixed.

To make cookies, scoop 1 tablespoon for medium cookies or 2 for larger ones onto an ungreased baking sheet and place in the oven until light golden-brown in color - around 10-12 minutes for medium cookies and 14-16 for larger ones.

Cookie Donations

Tiana's cookies are a delectable combination of premium ingredients, love, and hard work. Her lemon cookies are buttery and zesty while her coconut macaroons take you straight to tropical islands. She even offers an exquisite matcha green tea cookie suitable for those with dietary restrictions! 

Tiana's treats make an ideal present for any special event or milestone; in addition, a portion of Tiana's profits is donated back to nonprofit organizations such as Louie's Legacy, Tunnel to Towers, Sunrise Day Camp, etc.

Tiana loves dancing class, tennis practice, and guitar lessons when she's not baking cookies for charity. In the future, she hopes to pursue fashion design or singing as her career. For now, though, Tiana focuses on baking for others in need and hopes her cookies can brighten their lives just like they have hers.

Tiana's cookies are handmade with premium ingredients and love, with part of her proceeds donated to nonprofit organizations. She offers a range of flavors to satisfy everyone's tastebuds - lemon cookies make a refreshing palate cleanser while peanut butter ones offer rich texture and taste; Tiana even makes matcha green tea cookies that combine light green tea flavor with sweet treats for an irresistibly delicious experience!

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