Espresso powder gives these hazelnut drop cookies grown-up appeal. They’re ideal for afternoon coffee, a light dessert, or even, dare we say: breakfast?
The savvy, if very seventies, secret to these Christmasy, cashew-topped caramel-chocolate bars? A crust made from saltines. Trying is believing.
These walnut cookies are made with ground walnuts, giving them a delicate flavor and texture. A zig-zag of chocolate on top lends a festive touch.
Classic chocolate crinkle cookies get a hit of ginger. These chocolate-ginger crinkle cookies will be the first cookies to disappear from the cookie jar.
These toffee cookies are biscuits topped with melted dark chocolate, pecans, and a sprinkle of fleur de sel. Serve the cookies as dessert or give as a gift.
These crumbly lavender shortbread are filled with sweet butter, a whisper of vanilla, and fine fleur de sel. The shortbread make excellent holiday gifts.
Gingerbread butter drops pack a wallop of spice and lemon. The butter drops are great for a dessert table, snack, or lunchbox. Gingerbread lovers exalt!
These Kahlua truffle triangles are great bar cookies. Rich Kahlua truffle tops a vanilla crumb bottom. Serve these cookies as a snack or an elegant desert.
These almond butter cookies are delicate with hints of butter, almond, anise. The cookies can be dropped or piped. Serve the almond cookies with red wine.
If you like rich, chocolate, and decadent treats, then these fig bars, studded with chocolate chips and oatmeal streusel, will have you at first bite.
Part biscuit, part cookie, all flavor, this recipe for Greek apple-filled treats are an ideal dessert, after-school snack, or cookie to munch on with tea.
From everyone’s favorite baking scientist comes these Christmas cookies, redolent of cinnamon and cloves and ginger, oh my!
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