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Get in the holiday spirit with these cookies that combine cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg for a flavor kick. Top them off with frosting and sprinkles for decoration! 
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White Chocolate Biscoff Cookies
You will love these giant Biscoff cookies stuffed with white chocolate! Sweet white chocolate pairs so well with the spiced Biscoff Spread. Enjoy them warm straight from the oven with a cold glass of milk. — Katrina Bahl, The Biscoff Cookie & Spread CookbookClick Here to See More Cookie Recipes
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Nothing beats a chocolate chip cookie to satisfy a sweet tooth, make you feel like a kid again, and generally make the world a brighter, happier place. These amazing cookies do all of that and then some: high in protein and fiber, sugar-free (save for a small smattering of miniature chocolate chips), easy on the wallet, and a quick-as-a-jiffy assembly to boot. If the thought of chocolate chip cookies made from canned beans still sounds wrong to you, I promise after one or two cookies, you’ll agree that it’s completely right. Click here to see 10 Foods That Keep Your Energy Up
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Conrmeal is added to these lemon cookies for a twist on a classic thumbprint cookie filled with lemon curd. Click here to see Our 50 Best Cookie Recipes
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Pecan Cookies
These pecan cookies are made with a topping that is rich, decadent, and chock-full of pecans. They are always well-received! — Kerry Dunnington
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Spirnkled with white sesame seeds, these cookies are light and nutty. Click here to see Our 50 Best Cookie Recipes
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Chocolate and pumpkin comes together for a perfect fall-inspired treat. These pumpkin chocolate chip cookies are soft and cake-like, and taste good (if not even better) the next day.
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Peppermint Crunch Sugar Cookies
Sweet, minty and pretty all at once, these easy holiday cookies will make a festive addition to your holiday cookie plate.
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Ginger Molasses Cookies
This recipe is an homage to the healing and warming spice ginger, since it’s utilized three different ways. Ginger in all forms is a powerful natural anti-inflammatory agent. The molasses makes for a really earthy cookie.Fast Food, Good Food More Than 150 Quick and Easy Ways to Put Healthy, Delicious Foods on the Table courtesy Little, Brown and Company Copyright © 2015 by Andrew Weil, MD
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Hershey's Kiss Cookies
There's nothing that evokes holiday cheer quite like a freshly baked batch of cookies. The best thing about this particular cookie recipe is that you can use whatever kind of Hershey's kiss strikes your fancy — this rendition calls for Hershey's kisses with caramel, but any type will work wonders. The same goes for mini Reese's peanut butter cups, if you're so inclined. Happy Holidays! Click here to see more easy cookie recipes. 
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For the longest time, I might have been the only person in the tristate area completely oblivious to the beautiful oversize black-and-white cookies found in every bodega from Brooklyn to the Bronx. Have you had one? Me, I was never allowed because of my food sensitivities, of course. So when I went to the kitchen and started brainstorming ideas for iconic cookies, this was one of the first ones I tackled. Prepare to be bathed in the sweet comfort of vanilla-chocolate overload.
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As if eating raw cookie dough straight from the package wasn't indulgent enough, someone went and made it even better (and less guilt-ridden, seeing as it's cooked), by deep-frying it. From Taylor Mathis' The Soutern Tailgating Cookbook, these deep-fried cookie dough balls are sure to steal the show, whether at a game or in the comfort of your own home. Click here to see 13 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Fry
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