Oatmeal Raisin 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 […]


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.

Pecan Shortbread

These buttery, cracker-like, not-too-sweet cookies are an instant classic for special occasions, holidays, or when you want a simple treat—enjoy with a hot beverage and dunk! Note: this recipe has been updated to use maple syrup instead of ground Sucanat (shown in video).


These delicate, lace-like cookies are a special treat that you can prepare with or without the chocolate backs. It’s really up to you how much care you want to give them—they’re absolutely delicious both ways.

Peanut Butter Cookies

Salty sweet classics—these peanut butter cookies are delicious as-is or turned into ice cream sandwiches.

Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Chewy and loaded with dark chocolate chunks, this classic cookie is a perfect treat as-is, or you can take it to the next level and turn them into ice cream sandwiches!

Chocolate Chunk Cookies [Aquafaba]

This is a version of our Chocolate Chunk Cookies made with the egg-free binder, “Aquafaba,” which is a fun-to-say word that means “bean water.”

Vanilla Buttercream

Use this luscious Vanilla Buttercream to take cookies, cakes, and quick breads to the next level of decadence.

Cinnamon-Pecan Pinwheels

If shortbread and cinnamon rolls had a baby this would be the beautifully delicious outcome. Short, butter-y tasting crust, spiced and caramel-y pecans swirled throughout. What’s not to love?