Whether you love triple chocolate or you prefer fruity wafers or you like a bit of a nutty crunch in your cookies, these recipes are bound to pique your sweet tooth. Bake them for family get-togethers, during an afternoon when you have to keep the kids busy or just because a cookie — or two — sounds delicious right now.
Snickerdoodles may be one of those childhood desserts you forgot existed, and these chocolate snickerdoodles are a twist on the classic.
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When you don’t want to use a lot of ingredients, these easy sugar lavender cookies are ideal. Their delicate flavor will impress anyone who takes a bite.
If you opt for a chai instead of homemade coffee, then you’ll love the flavor of these white chocolate chai snickerdoodle cookies then next time you’re in the mood to bake.
These peanut butter chocolate sandwich cookies might be so good you want to skip your peanut butter and jelly sandwich at lunch and have one of these instead.
Cookies are certainly a food we won’t apologize for loving, and what’s not to love about these cute and easy almond cookie cups?
Baking is a great indoor activity to keep kids busy, and these chocolate marble cookies will be fun to make with the whole family.
You could pick up your favorite cookies from the sweetest dessert shop in your state, or you could bake your own 1001 cranberry nut cookies.
An apple pie might be one of the most iconic pies in America, but when you really want to get fun with the recipe, turn it into an apple cinnamon cookie pie.
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These snappy turtle cookies are among the recipes that have won the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest. They took the trophy in 1952 and will still delight today, especially if you enlist your kids to help with the decorating.
Whether you’re camping in your backyard or you trekked out to the forest, having s'mores at a campfire is a must. And if you love s’mores then you'll also love this s’mores edible cookie dough.
They might look a bit like peppermints, but these strawberry crinkle cookies are a soft, chewy, strawberry delight.
Brownie or cookie? Choosing just one dessert can feel impossible. These chocolate chip cookie brownies are two favorites in one.
If you’re typically a sugar cookie fan, then try these strawberry sugar cookies the next time you’re in a baking mood.
Certain fruits work well in summery dips and salsas, and others? Well, they work in summer desserts like these orange whipped shortbreads.
If you have a dehydrator, you can make the dried strawberries yourself from fresh strawberries when they are in season. Otherwise, follow the instructions for how to use your oven for the right consistency in your berries.
Tart cherry chocolate chip cookies sound like the perfect marriage of fruity sweetness and decadent chocolate. If you just can’t get enough of the flavor, these are our best cherry dessert recipes
Instead of breaking off bits and pieces of cookie dough from the batch of cookies you’re baking, make a whole batch of tart cherry cookie dough bars.
How could anyone say no to cookies for breakfast? These maple-glazed breakfast cookies also feature dried cranberries and pepitas. Enjoy them with a cup of coffee or as a quick, on-the-go snack.
Even though they have a lot of butter and sugar, these loaded cherry oatmeal cookies also happen to have brain-healthy nutrients like whole grains and antioxidants.
Sometimes, pulling out your favorite cookie cutters makes baking all the more fun. These cardamom sugar cookies with royal icing can be made for any holiday or season.
Anything bright and colorful might be the key to throwing a kid’s birthday party and these colorful meringue cookies will certainly liven up the dessert table with their vibrant colors.
If you’ve been working from home, cooking at home and taking care of the kids at home, then you deserve a decadent dessert. Try these salted caramel filled cookies.
With a little bit of tartness and a little bit of crunch, these macadamia and cranberry white chocolate chunk cookies are an excellent treat at holiday parties or all year round.
If you’re a fan of good old-fashioned chocolate chip cookies, then you’re sure to like the hint of spice in cinnamon chocolate chip cookies.
There are some retro appetizers that are primed for a comeback and then there are retro desserts that never really went out of style like these molasses spice cookies.
One way to make dinner at home feel like a restaurant is to make a decadent dessert. These chocolate raspberry cookie truffles look restaurant-worthy but are super simple to make.
These pfeffernüsse German cookies — or peppernut, as it’s translated — are a spiced cookie that is popular around the holidays. They also happen to be one of the most iconic desserts in the U.S..
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If your craving for pumpkin long outlasts your Thanksgiving leftovers, these old-fashioned soft pumpkin cookies with nutmeg will put you in a cozy, autumnal mindset.
Flaky and buttery with a hint of zesty lemon, these Maltese lemon-infused cookies are just the treat with an afternoon tea or when you’re feeling munchy.
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This sweet treat might not exactly pair with the best burger recipes the same way potato french fries do, but maybe you can make these plant-based cookie fries as dessert.
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Peanut butter is among those groceries with a surprisingly long shelf life, so if you’ve had it in your pantry awhile and want to get rid of it, use it to bake these double-delight peanut butter cookies.
A cookie without an oven? These tart morsels are no-bake, just like these frozen fruit dessert recipes.
Just like certain dinner recipes that are perfect for summer, these coconut cherry oatmeal cookies have the flavors that are popular during the season.
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Nutella cookie roll-ups are one of those easy desserts you can make with fewer than five ingredients. The hazelnut spread and flaky pie crust is a great option when you just want a light treat.
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This cute ice cream and cookie dessert won the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest in 2010 and it’ll be a win at your next gathering too. Speaking of ice cream, if a cool dessert sounds better than turning up the heat in an oven, these are our best icebox cakes, cheesecakes and other no-bake desserts to try.
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