If pie, skillet bread, and everyone’s favorite cookie had a baby, this recipe would be the best of all of them. Serve à la mode with homemade vanilla ice cream, hand others at the table a spoon and gogogo!
These light and fluffy cookies can be enjoyed as is or dipped or drizzled in melted chocolate for that classic candy-bar-like combo. Or, if you’re feeling fancy, add some orange blossom water or rosewater for some floral notes—wow!
All the flavors and all the chocolate packed into one cookie. A dark, mysterious, magical, love-worthy treat that you’ll make again and again. Not a coffee drinker but want that roasted vibe? Use chicory root instead. Want only chocolate flavor? Leave out the coffee.
Bright, fruity raspberry jam nestled into a buttery “cookie nest.” Have fun and change up the jam used with apricot, strawberry, blackberry, and/or blueberry. Fill them with Salted Caramel or drizzle the baked thumbprint cookies with the icing from the Iced Lemon & Poppyseed Cookies!
Sometimes the best treat at the end of a meal is a slightly sweet bite of citrus. Meyer lemon brings incredible floral quality to these bright cookies, but regular lemons work just fine, too. Use the recipe’s glaze or the bonus Vanilla Buttercream icing to frost your cookies or enjoy frosting free. Baker’s choice!
These traditional Italian cookies usually require the addition of almond paste, but we’re going to skip that—a food processor (or elbow grease) and the right ingredients will help us effortlessly prepare the dough for these soft, delicious cookies.
Classic cookies that make the house smell so good it feels like a hug. Now, some people prefer chocolate chips to raisins, and if you are one of those people, you can do just that with this recipe. Swap out the raisins for equal amounts of chocolate chips. If you are a fruit-in-your-cookies lover, try […]
Chocolate-y crisps with hint of peppermint dipped in chocolate—the perfect combination.
If you can, try using Ceylon cinnamon for these classic cookies. It has a floral sweetness that’s extra special, but regular cassia cinnamon (found in most stores) works just fine, too. For fun and a bit of spice, you can add a pinch of ground cardamom to the dough before baking.