Magically delicate and nuanced cookies that satisfy the little kid cookie craving in an adult sorta way.
A classic. And even better than we remembered. It’s like childhood 2.0. (We mean that in the best possible way, Mom.)
This sneaky sable, a French shortbread of sorts that’s crisp on the outside, tender on the inside, is going to rock your world.
True to their name, these little lovelies practically snap when you take a nibble. We love truth in advertising.
The Christmas cookie that celebrated pastry chef Christina Tosi of Momofuku Milk Bar fame just can’t imagine life without.
Wowsers! (We can’t really think of anything else to say about these stunning cookies, except they’re far easier to make than you’d expect.)
Some things are so good you want to eat ’em all yourself. And some are so good you can’t help but share. These are the latter.
Tender and crumbly like shortbread, yet subtly flavored and sweet like cookies, these beg the question, which are they?
Sweet, moist, tender, can’t-stop-at-just-one coconut macaroons that are reminiscent of what’s found at the loveliest bakery in town.
Sophisticated palates accustomed to European-style cookies will swoon to this subtly sweet and slightly crumbly treat.
Believe it. Wheat-free, slice-n-bake cookies that taste like the real deal without fuss or crazy ingredients. You’re welcome.
We’re not certain which we find more incredulous, the sheer genius behind these bacon fat gingersnaps or the flavor of said genius.
A great holiday gift, these homemade biscotti are made with green tea powder lending a delicate tea flavor. They are topped with a ginger and sugar coating.
Holiday diet tactic #142: This stunning cookie tree. (Sort of makes it harder to scarf down a half batch of cookies when doing so would demolish the Christmas tree, eh?)
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