Popular Cookies Recipes

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.

Cookie Jar Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Cookie Jar Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

Mad Hatter Mushrooms

Deceptively simple and oh-so-clever, these precious meringue mushrooms are perfect for an "Alice in Wonderland" themed birthday bash or garden party. Try using white chocolate confectioner's coating, tinted with gel-paste food coloring of your choice, to decorate a vivid rainbow of wild mushrooms.

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Mad Hatter Mushrooms

Zucchini Brownies

Sneak vegetables into dessert! Shredded zucchini lends a lot of moistness but no vegetable taste to these chocolate brownies.

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Zucchini Brownies

Holiday Seven-Layer Bars

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Holiday Seven-Layer Bars

Luscious Lemon Bars

Sweet and tart, these moist, powdered-sugar-topped dessert bars will disappear fast.

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Luscious Lemon Bars

Cranberry-Vanilla Cereal Drops

Melted white candy coating holds puffy marshmallows, crunchy cereal, rich macadamia nuts and dried cranberries together in this quick and easy no-bake drop cookie. Store leftover macadamia nuts in the refrigerator; the rich nuts become rancid quickly when stored at room temperature.

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Cranberry-Vanilla Cereal Drops

Apricot-Nut Diamonds

Tangy dried apricots, sweet coconut, and crunchy walnuts are a terrific trio when baked together in this wonderful bar cookie recipe. To cut diamond shapes, carefully cut the pan of bars diagonally from corner to corner, then every two inches across the long side of the pan. Then repeat, going the opposite direction, and you'll have perfect diamonds.

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Apricot-Nut Diamonds

Cranberry-Macadamia Bars

Buttery-rich macadamia nuts and tangy dried cranberries make magic when paired in these beautiful bars. Macadamia nuts have a high fat content that may make them turn rancid quickly, so store leftover nuts, tightly wrapped, in the fridge.

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Cranberry-Macadamia Bars

Oatmeal Jam Bars

Fifteen short minutes is all it takes to mix up these enticingly chewy jam-filled oatmeal bars. Raspberry jam is wonderful, but feel free to substitute any jam you like; strawberry, apricot, or cherry preserves are all delicious.

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Oatmeal Jam Bars

Chocolate-Raspberry Bites

These thin cookies -- assembled from purchased chocolate wafer cookies, jam, and a frosting made with melted chocolate chips -- look so sophisticated and taste like treats from a French pastry shop. Chocolate wafer cookies are sporadically -- and sometimes just seasonally -- stocked. When you spot them, purchase a couple of extra packages to store in the freezer.

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Chocolate-Raspberry Bites

German Chocolate Wafer Cookies

Drop three convenience items (Including wager cookies) in your grocery cart and you'll have everything you need to create these insanely simple treats. Using waxed paper beneath the wire rack makes cleanup a snap.

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German Chocolate Wafer Cookies

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookie Bars

These peanut butter-enhanced chocolate bars boast an enchantingly chewy oatmeal crust. Do make sure that you use quick-cooking oats as the bars need their finer texture. If old-fashion-style oats are all you have, pulse them a few times in a food processor or blender to break them up. They'll work just fine!

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Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookie Bars

Ultimate Tassies

Tiny chocolate tarts filled with creamy peanut butter filling make quite an impression on a cookie tray or after dinner with coffee. When removing the shells from the muffins pans, carefully insert a paring knife between the metal and the shell, then give the tartlet a gentle spin to loosen it from the pan.

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Ultimate Tassies

Chocolate-Peanut Butter Blossoms

Two incredible flavors meet in these quick but cute cookies, perfect for any occasion. Kiss-shape chocolates now come in many fancy forms, and these cookies will work with any variety you choose.

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Chocolate-Peanut Butter Blossoms

Peanut Butter-Chocolate Revel Bars

These layered peanut butter and chocolate bars look complicated to make, but all they take is a few simple steps. Lining the pan with foil allows you to easily lift the bars and cut them into tidy squares.

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Peanut Butter-Chocolate Revel Bars

Peanutty Brownie Bites

A fudge brownie mix makes these addictive brownies -- a perfect pairing of chocolate and peanut butter -- quick and easy. If you'd like, top the brownies with chopped dry-roasted peanuts.

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Peanutty Brownie Bites

Gingersnaps in a Snap

These spicy, crisp ginger cookies do not require a lengthy chilling time, which makes them doable whenever a gingery whim strikes. Pearl sugar makes another pretty topping if you want something other than powdered sugar.

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Gingersnaps in a Snap

Madeleine Cookies with Vanilla Bean Buttercream

This ages-old French cookie's shape comes from baking its exquisite spongelike batter in special, shell-shaped molds. Do not discard the vanilla bean once the seeds are removed; place it in a jar containing about a cup of sugar, cover tightly and let stand for a week, or so. You'll have delicious vanilla-kissed sugar.

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Madeleine Cookies with Vanilla Bean Buttercream

No-Bake Lemon Dreams

With a little ingenuity, three ready-to-go ingredients - packaged cookies, jarred lemon curd, and canned frosting - become picture-perfect little sweets. If you like, substitute reduced-fat vanilla frosting for the full-fat version.

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No-Bake Lemon Dreams

Chocolate-Caramel Cupcake Cookies

With chewy caramel candies baked into rich chocolaty batter, these dense, cookie-textured cupcakes provide beautiful bites of chewy, sticky goodness. Purchase seasonal cupcake papers to make these easy cupcakes for any holiday celebration.

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Chocolate-Caramel Cupcake Cookies

Toffee Snickerdoodle Cupcake Cookies

When the first recipe for snickerdoodles appeared in print in 1869, it was a simple cookie made with kitchen staples. Since, it has been embellished in the most wonderful ways -- as this toffee-packed version demonstrates. Another time, try almonds instead of pecans!

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Toffee Snickerdoodle Cupcake Cookies

Four-Nut and Maple Bars

Whole wheat flour gives whole grain goodness to these rich, nutty bar cookies crowned with chocolate-hazelnut frosting. Feel free to mix and match the nuts that go in the batter and on top of the frosting any way you like.

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Four-Nut and Maple Bars

Chocolate-Sesame Cookies

Nutty, and slightly sweet, toasted sesame seeds add texture and depth of flavor to these unique chocolate cookies. To ensure dough is easy to handle, chill in refrigerator for 1-2 hours, or until firm.

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Chocolate-Sesame Cookies

Autumn Pumpkin Bars

If you've been looking for a spicy, moist and easy-to-make pumpkin bar recipe, look no further, because this is it. When making spice-dependent baked goods, be sure that your spices are fresh. Ground spices have a shelf life of only one year.

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Autumn Pumpkin Bars

Chocolate Palmiers

Named "palmiers (the French word for palm trees) these ornate confections really do resemble palm leaves. Making them is a labor of love, but not that difficult. Just be sure to allow dough plenty of time to chill.

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Chocolate Palmiers

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