Triple Chocolate Cookies
This cookie is a great holiday dessert, but will satisfy your sweet tooth any time of year. Click Here to See More Cookie Recipes
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Black-Out Cookies
These easy blackout cookies get a double dose of chocolate from unsweetened chocolate and chocolate extract. Reprinted with permission from Holiday Cookies by the Chicago Tribune staff, Agate Surrey, November 2014.
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Chocolate Chip Cookies
I'll be the first to admit it: I swore One Girl Cookies would never make a chocolate chip cookie. Why bother? There were a million variations out in the world, many of them pretty tasty. My feeling was "Why reinvent the wheel?" Instead, I wanted to focus on interesting cookies that were more reminiscent of European treats. Well, our doors had not been open for more than a week before we had our first batch of Marys whipped up. The crowds (most of them under five years of age) demanded them. And so, we baked them. The moral of the story: Never say never. You may just end up eating your own words (literally, in my case!) Most people have a strong opinion about the style of their chocolate chip cookies. Crispy, chewy, or cakey? Semisweet, bittersweet, or milk? Big or small? Thin or thick? For us, it's all about cakey, bittersweet, small, and thick. Enough said. Click here to see How to Make Perfect Cookie Dough. Click here to see 7 Dreamy Chocolate Dessert Recipes.
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Oreo Snowman Cookie Balls
If you’re looking for a festive and easy-to-make treat, these snowman cookie balls are perfect. They’re fun to make and will add a nice wintry touch to any dessert plate. Plus, all of the ingredients that you need to make these goodies are available at your one-stop-holiday shop, Walmart.Click here for more of our best cookie recipes. 
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Almond Thumbprint
These sweet almond cookies can be filled with your choice of favorite jam, ganache, or other filling for a delicious customizable cookie that looks as beautiful as it tastes.For more great recipes like this one, visit Divine Cuisine.
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"This is one for those of you that appreciate thick, soft, chewy chocolate chip cookies. I love to eat them warm, when the chips are still melted. See my instructions for freezing the dough — I am never without ready-to-bake frozen balls of 'Chubbies' dough for a just-baked treat." —     Kathleen King, baker and owner of Tate’s Bake Shop Click here to see more cookie recipes.
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Momofuku Milk Bar
An ode to my favorite baked good of all time, the fudgy brownie, this cookie has a healthy salt content and, to me, is perfection. I freeze a few of these in the dense heat of a New York summer for my lunch or afternoon snack.
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Be surprised by a delightful ginger taste within this classic oatmeal raisin cookie.
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Chewy Macadamia Nut Cookies
Macadamias add some crunch to these chewy cookies, while brown sugar and vanilla extract bring out notes of caramel. Recipe courtesy of Nielsen-Massey Vanillas.
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Mini Chip Snowball Cookies
These Mini Chip Snowball Cookies will add an attractive contrast to any holiday or special occasion cookie selection with their round shape and powdered sugar coating. 
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Orange Ricotta Cookies
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Try these delectable ricotta cookies topped with orange glaze. You won’t be able to eat just one. Click here to see the Fun Holiday Cookie Recipes story.
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These crunchy sweet cranberry orange cookies are sprinkled with orange sugar for extra holiday sparkle! Click here to see Our 50 Best Cookie Recipes
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