These simple shortbread cookies require a few pantry staples you probably already have on hand. They’re crunch and buttery, with a subtle sweetness that pairs especially nicely with a crisp, dry wine or cup of coffee.
Melted chocolate gives these cookies a soft and chewy center.
Whether you call these Mexican wedding cookies, Russian tea cakes, or snowballs, they’re still melt-in-your-mouth delicious.
Let the kids get in on the baking action by helping to make the indentations or spooning the fruity jam.
Irish whiskey brings a complexity to an easy to make treat.
Cookie decorating can be a nice family activity.
Oatmeal Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies spell autumn, especially with the addition of pumpkin seeds.
Grated apple adds seasonal flavor to a cookie jar classic. The Honeycrisp apple in these cookies lives up to its name, adding sweetness to these gluten-free treats.
Using avocados in this recipe replaces some of the saturated fat. They’re simple to put together and super delicious.
These oatmeal bars taste like miniature fruit pies, but in cookie form.