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You'll be nuts about these moist and fudgy creations, a great holiday treat.
January is Oatmeal Month, and this cookie recipe makes delicious use of the good-for-you grain.
No kid will be able to pass over this simple Passover treat. Macaroon fans will love the coconut-almond recipe; for a sweet-tart variation, swap in some dried fruit.
This delicious treat is straight out of the Hundred Acre Wood.
Professor Z's mission is to keep Number 95 from winning the World Grand Prix. Cars fans are sure to get a kick out of nibbling away at Lightning's nemesis.
Your sweetheart will be tickled pink to discover that you've baked up a batch of his favorite cookie dough into what's sure to be an object of his affection, a giant-sized, heart-shaped cookie.
Get ready for a double dose of chocolate and cheer with these chocolate chocolate chip peppermint cookies.
This old-time recipe makes a great primer for young holiday-cookie makers, since there's no baking involved.
You'll find the steps to make the cookie dough from scratch below, but if you're really short on time, use prepared cookie dough to make this awesome cake!
Here is an adaptation of the original recipe, as well as a few of our favorite variations.
It looks like an ordinary cookie, but when you take a bite there's a minty surprise.
The cookies are delicious on their own, too.