New York City Famous black and white cookies

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  • Published on Apr 4, 2015
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    These cookies have always been one of my very favorites!! I am from NYC and when I visit the trip is not complete without purchasing at least one Black and White cookie. Now I can make them myself and so can you. Check it out.
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Comments • 23

  • M Hallmann video
    M Hallmann video 9 months ago

    Best way to get perfect round and equal portion is to use an ice cream scoop, also use melted bitter sweet chocolate has a better taste than using cocoa powder when making the glaze.

    • M Hallmann video
      M Hallmann video 9 months ago

      Margie's It's No Secret Candies Hi Margie, just add about 1 ounce to the white icing. No need to use butter, the flavor is much better

    • Margie's It's No Secret Candies
      Margie's It's No Secret Candies  9 months ago

      Yes, I agree using a bittersweet chocolate bar and butter would be great. I have to try that. Thank you very much!! Margie

  • redhousepress
    redhousepress Year ago

    Delicious with a hot cup of black coffee

  • justpar2012
    justpar2012 2 years ago

    Piping would be easier to form the cookies.

  • Ike
    Ike 2 years ago +1

    Black and white otherwise known as half moons from their birth place Utica ny

    • KingOfKings
      KingOfKings 2 years ago

      very convincing point

    • Ike
      Ike 2 years ago

      KingOfKings or they were created in utica you know like they actually were

    • KingOfKings
      KingOfKings 2 years ago

      Im from utica... Thats what everyone here says that. But I say its bullshit. Is it more likely that halfmoons traveled from Utica to NYC? Or from NYC to Utica? Give that some honest thought. And by the way, Ive eaten a thousand of these cookies. Usually the chocolate is put on first and then the vanilla side overlaps it a little

    • Margie's It's No Secret Candies
      Margie's It's No Secret Candies  2 years ago

      Oh my goodness that is so interesting.thanks for the info.Margie

  • Saby Soto
    Saby Soto 2 years ago +1

    Hello from New York
    Great, recipe! Im looking thru videos & noticed that this cookie can be made so many ways. I like your version best. Thank You xo

    • Margie's It's No Secret Candies
      Margie's It's No Secret Candies  2 years ago

      Yes the texture of this cookie is a cross between a pound cake and a muffin. Well I hate to say it but here goes. There are so many versions of this cake that are actually better tasting than the original.There I said it.Margie

  • Jimvesterstallone
    Jimvesterstallone 4 years ago

    Looks amazing! :)

  • Feeluck
    Feeluck 4 years ago

    i was confused you called this 'cookie', since the general understanding of a cookie is something crunchy or crispy
    a quick research fixed my problem: its the actual name of this pastry.
    in germany we call this kind of 'cookie' "amerikaner" ;)

  • Zac MacDougall
    Zac MacDougall 4 years ago

    Happy Easter Marjorie, the cookies look great, thanks for the video :D

  • Lila & Scruffy
    Lila & Scruffy 4 years ago +2

    Hi Margie. I had to laugh, because I thought of Seinfeld about the episode at the bakery and Jerry wanted a Black and White cookie. These are famous in NYC.
    Looks so delicious. Hope you have a Blessed and Happy Easter with your Family. :)

  • Sweetxbeautiful
    Sweetxbeautiful 4 years ago

    That looks so good !

  • K Kitchenmom
    K Kitchenmom 4 years ago +2

    thank you for sharing! they look delicious and I just know my boys would love them.

  • foreversweetie
    foreversweetie 4 years ago

    Wow I want some now