A cake-like cookie subtly spiced with cinnamon and frosted with a brown butter icing.
Cookies are so versatile and offer built-in portion control. That's why I love them so much and have so many cookie recipes. I'm especially in love with frosted cookies. Try the Soft Cinnamon Cookies, Baby Black and Whites, or my husband's favorite, Iced Oatmeal Cookies.
Thumbprint cookies – a traditional rolled cookie covered with pecans. Indent with a cork or finger and fill the hole with frosting. Marbleize the frosting for a festive look.
Simple shortbread cookies with milk chocolate toffee bits, dipped in chocolate and decorated with more toffee bits
Crispy, buttery cookies that combine peanut butter dough with a layer of melted chocolate rolled into a “jellyroll” and sliced to make pinwheels cookies
Classic shortbread cookies are cut in shamrock shapes and glazed with green icing. Use a Ziplock bag to roll out dough for easy clean-up.
My husband’s favorite cookie is oatmeal, crispy and a little bit chewy with coffee icing. Sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.
A cake-like cookie featuring the tanginess of Greek yogurt and the tartness of lemon–covered by the sweet crunchiness of a lemon glaze
If a pecan pie married a shortbread cookie, the offspring might look like this chewy coconut-pecan bar.
A lemon-flavored shortbread-type cookie studded with finely chopped pecans and dressed liberally with powdered sugar
Bite-sized and crispy gingerbread cookies are a European tradition. They stay fresh for days and don’t crumble–perfect for gift-giving.