Satisfy your sweet tooth with these coconut treats. Swap out cashews for almonds or walnuts for a different spin. To keep these kosher for Passover, omit the extracts. Instead scrape vanilla seeds straight from a fresh vanilla pod and beat them in along with the sugar.
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.