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.

See Popular Cookies Recipes

Honey-Bran Cookies

Betty Crocker

Looking for a new cookie recipe? Try these great tasting glazed cookies made with high-fiber cereal.

Total: 1 hr 15 mins

Mini Cookie Pizzas

Betty Crocker

Need a delicious family dessert activity? Make sweet cookie pizzas with frosting and candy trimmings.

Total: 1 hr 15 mins

Caramel Macchiato Thumbprints

Betty Crocker

Prize-Winning Recipe 2009! Create a coffee shop favorite flavor in a delicious cookie. These cookies can be habit-forming--smile, smile.

Total: 1 hr 25 mins

Lemon Dream Tassies

Betty Crocker

Prize-Winning Recipe 2007! Mmm! Lemon meringue pie flavors comes in an easy mini cookie delight.

Total: 2 hrs 10 mins

Chewy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Crispy on the outside and soft in the middle, our Oatmeal Raisin Cookies are a classic dessert for a reason! Try them for your next bake sale or party.

Candy Cane Sandwich Cookies

Add invigoratingly minty and delightfully buttery Candy Cane Sandwich Cookies to your holiday table.

Kid-Friendly Christmas Cookies

Is there anything more fun than baking Christmas cookies with your kids during the holidays? Little helpers love to get in on the action and feel some ownership over the sweet treats coming from your kitchen. Countless Christmas memories are made over clouds of flour, rolling pins, and cookie cutters.

Pumpkin Bars

Diabetic Living

Our Own Dream Cookies

Midwest Living

Double Chocolate-Cherry Cookies

Midwest Living

Carol Schneider of Wausau, Wisconsin, shared this recipe for a chocolate-chip cookie with dried cherries and both white and dark chocolate.

Cranberry-Orange Pinwheels

Better Homes and Gardens

Fresh cranberries add tang and vivid color to these tender cookies.

Gingerbread People

Better Homes and Gardens

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.

Streusel Strawberry Bars

Midwest Living

Rhubarb Bars

Midwest Living
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