A posse of flavors make these old-time snacks a real crowd-pleaser.
Dipped in hot cocoa or tucked inside a lunch bag, these lightly spiced sugar cookies are a perfect treat any time of day. Kids love to help shape the dough into balls and roll it through the cinnamon and sugar mixture.
Swap out the usual cinnamon and raisins for vanilla and cherries, and become a born-again oatmeal-cookie fanatic. Buttery, crispy, chewy -- they've got everything you could want in a cookie. Does that sound like a dare to add chocolate chips? Go ahead.
If you've been searching for a rich, chewy, dark, decadent chocolate cookie that's like a cross between a brownie and a black hole, look no further. Made with melted chocolate, chocolate chips, and cocoa powder, these could best be described as epic.
Rich and buttery shortbread makes a tasty gift for teachers, grandparents and others on your Christmas list.
Are these golden, fragrant, chewy cookies magic because they have no flour or butter in them? Or magic because of the way they disappear? You decide.
These nibbles are perfect for cookie dough lovers who can't resist sampling the batter from the bowl. Bite-sized and egg-free, they're the perfect indulgence. Pair with vanilla ice cream for a decadent dessert.
These simple, homemade sugar cookies are good for the tummy and good for the soul.
A devil's food cake mix and simple fudgy frosting result in these double-chocolate sandwich cookies that look store-bought, but taste so much better for being freshly homemade.
Deep, dark chocolate finds the perfect partner in the citrus-y zest of these cookies. Serve with mugs of hot, steaming tea or rich hot chocolate for double the pleasure.
Made with sugar and spice and everything nice, these molasses cookies are sure to be a hit with adults and kids alike. Pile them high on a plate and serve with an ice-cold glass of milk for a fun family treat.
An autumn indulgence, these pumpkin butterscotch cookies are equally good throughout the year. Perfect tucked into a lunchbox or served with a mug of cider, they taste like pumpkin pie -- but with a lot less work.
Coconut, pecans and rich chocolate transform these cookies into chewy, delectable nuggets that taste just like their namesake cake. Proudly serve to your guests, and be prepared for recipe requests!
The essential chocolate chip cookie, dressed up for the holidays with rich white chocolate chips and tart dried cranberries.
This is not your usual cakey, raisiny, cinnamony kind of oatmeal cookie. No, these oatmeal cookies are buttery-edged and crisp and teeth-stickingly chewy at the same time.
A recipe for delicious and fast no-bake peanut butter cookies (they don't even need sugar because they have dates in them!)
When you're looking for holiday treats to send to far-flung relatives, here's a cookie that fits the bill.
These wholesome little snacks are simple to make and rival cookie dough eaten right out of the bowl. The easiest way to make them is to combine ingredients in a stand mixer, but the fun way is to let the kids get right in there and mush it all by hand.
Get ready for a double dose of chocolate and cheer with these chocolate chocolate chip peppermint cookies.
The ultimate almond joy -- almond-flavored shortbread cookies, filled with raspberry jam and drizzled with almond glaze.
Best-Ever Cowboy Cookies
Cherry-Vanilla Oatmeal Cookies
Triple Chocolate Meringue Fudgies
Magic Peanut Butter Cookies
Cookie Dough Bites
Simple Sugar Cookies
Chewy Chocolate Cream Sandwich Cookies
Orange Cookies with Chocolate Chunks
Pumpkin Butterscotch Cookies
German Chocolate Cookies
White Chocolate and Cranberry Cookies
Perfect Oatmeal Cookies
No-Bake (and No Sugar!) Peanut Butter Cookies
Chocolate Chocolate Chip Peppermint Cookies
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