Spiced Peanut Butter Cookies
These delicious peanut butter cookies, courtesy of Whole Foods Market, are perfect for the holidays; they’re flavored with warm, fragrant spices like cinnamon, ginger, and cloves.Click here to see more of our best cookie recipes.
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Cookies and Cream Fudge
This simple cookies and cream fudge recipe uses both white and milk chocolate and has the added texture and flavor of the crushed cream-filled chocolate cookies to make it that much more irresistible.
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Orphan One Hundred Cookies
I got this cookie recipe with the wacky name from my Aunt Laura, who can’t remember who gave it to her. So these cookies have no home and no mama. They’re chewy, crisp, sandy, rich, buttery, and light, all at the same time. It’s hard to stop eating them, so it’s a good thing the recipe really does make a hundred cookies. They have a secret ingredient: crunchy Rice Krispies.Excerpted from A Real Southern Cook in Her Savannah Kitchen, © 2015 by Dora Charles. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved. 
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Chuao Chocolatier
Sweetened with chocolate, brown sugar, and a bit of maple syrup, these cookies have a deep, rich flavor that could only get better with bacon. This recipe was contributed by Chuao Chocolatier.
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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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Lime Cornmeal Cookies
The inspiration for these luscious cookies happened one day when the roommate of our former daytime pastry chef, Molly, brought home a cookie for her to taste: a crisp little cornmeal wafer that had a light coating of lime-flavored glaze on the top. Molly loved how the combination of buttery sweet corn and zesty lime tickled her taste buds. When she worked on the idea in the bakery pastry kitchen, this recipe was the result. Instead of a small crisp wafer, she made a big, soft, voluptuous cookie with crunchy bits of coarse cornmeal and flecks of lime zest scattered throughout. Topping it off is a light glaze made with confectioner’s sugar and freshly squeezed lime juice. The whole combination is irresistible.
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Seven layers of (boozy) sugary deliciousness: the cookie cocktail is made with Partida tequila. Click here for more ways to drink your dessert. 
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Christmas Cutout Cookies
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Get in the holiday spirit with a batch of these kid-friendly Christmas cookies. Decorate them as you please — add some sprinkles or cinnamon balls to the frosting, or experiment with different colors. Click here to see the Fun Holiday Cookie Recipes story.
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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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Black Sesame Fortune Cookie
Fortune cookies, if they get dressed up at all, are usually doused in some melted black or white chocolate. But, how about this: a black and gold fortune cookie that gets its eye-catching colors from black sesame powder and gold leaf. Suddenly, the lottery numbers aren't the most interesting thing about the humble fortune cookie. If you just want to make regular fortune cookies, omit the black sesame powder and gold leaf.
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