With cookies you can eat them all at home, take them to work as a treat to share, take them to a potluck, or package them up and give them to a friend. With all of the options, we have hundreds of recipes of all kinds for you and others to enjoy.
Fresh cranberries add tang and vivid color to these tender cookies.
These little folks have been around for centuries. Gingerbread originated in the Middle Ages, when it was eaten year-round as a delicacy at fairs. On American shores, the spicy-sweet aroma and festive shapes are familiar symbols during winter holidays.
Carol Schneider of Wausau, Wisconsin, shared this recipe for a chocolate-chip cookie with dried cherries and both white and dark chocolate.
We added peanuts and peanut butter to this classic flourless cookie.
An extra splash of lemon juice plus lemon peel adds tremendous tang to this classic recipe. Pucker up and enjoy this luscious dessert.
Add an element of surprise with this drop cookie recipe that contain bits of dried fruit and chocolate pieces.
The recipes for oatmeal cookies probably equal the number of cookie bakers. Our recipe gives you options aplenty so you can make your favorite version.
Honey gives these cinnamon-spiced cookies great flavor and a slightly soft texture.