These classic cookies are also known as palmiers and are absolutely delicious! And you won’t believe how easy they are to make in your own kitchen. I like to use Vietnamese cinnamon, but you can use whatever cinnamon that you like.
Christmas Tree Meringues are eye catching on your holiday cookie tray. These festive treats taste delicious and will get anyone into the Christmas spirit. Feel free to decorate them any way that you desire.
These double chocolate cookies have a chocolate base and then are studded with chocolate chips. There is a lot of chocolate in every bite. Rich, decadent, and a nice paleo treat.
These delicious dessert bars are topped with sweet and tangy blackberries and coconut.
I really like the nutty taste and crunch that toasted pecans bring to soft and chewy cookies.
I love anything tahini. Tahini adds a touch of nutty flavor to these delicious gluten free slice & bake cookies.
If you’re looking for a healthier treat then try making these vegan cookies. Almond butter stands in for butter in the recipe, which is a good source of protein and fiber to fill you up and keep you satisfied.
Cocoa and espresso powder along with a drizzle of melted chocolate makes these cookies a chocolate lovers dream.
I’m loving these moist and chewy cookies that are full-flavored with delicious spices. Oh, and your kitchen will smell so good while baking these cookies.
I grew up making Russian Tea Cakes during the holidays. Also called snowball cookies, Italian wedding cookies and a host of other names, these simple yet elegant cookies are great for holiday baking, since they are easy to make and kids will enjoy helping roll the dough into balls.