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.

German Chocolate Bar Cookies

Try this German favorite for your next party. The crunchy, chocolatey cookies feature Nabisco wafers, flaked coconut and chopped pecans and can be made in just 35 minutes.

From Family Circle

German Chocolate Bar Cookies

Maple-Raisin Oatmeal Cookies

A bit of maple syrup gives these cookies a deeply sweet flavor. Oats and raisins add hearty texture—and add nutritious value to boot.

From Family Circle

Maple-Raisin Oatmeal Cookies

Maple-Raisin Oatmeal Cookies

A bit of maple syrup gives these cookies a deeply sweet flavor. Oats and raisins add hearty texture—and add nutritious value to boot.

From Family Circle

Maple-Raisin Oatmeal Cookies

Almond Lace Cookies

Paper-thin but intensely flavorful, these dainty lace cookies are a snap to make. Simply combine five ingredients, mix in sliced almonds, and bake.

From Family Circle

Almond Lace Cookies

Chocolate Pretzel Cookies

These cookies combine soft and crunchy textures for a delicious treat. Pretzel pieces mixed in with chocolate dough make for a sweet and salty snack.

From Family Circle

Chocolate Pretzel Cookies

Gone Bananas Biscotti

From Better Homes and Gardens

Gone Bananas Biscotti

Luscious Lemon Bars

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

From Midwest Living

Luscious Lemon Bars

Raspberry Cheesecake Bars

Layers of cheesecake and raspberry filling combine in an almond crust for these pretty dessert bars.

From Midwest Living

Raspberry Cheesecake Bars

White-Chocolate Cherry Shortbread

A basic shortbread recipe requires nothing more than butter, flour, and sugar. This version is dressed up a bit with the addition of maraschino cherries and a dip in melted white chocolate.

From Better Homes and Gardens

White-Chocolate Cherry Shortbread

Apple-Toffee Tartlets

Use refrigerated piecrusts to save time when making tartlets. Store these desserts in the fridge for three days or the freezer for up to three months.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Apple-Toffee Tartlets

Peppermint Cream Bites

These chocolate and mint layered dessert bars are cut into shapes after they're baked. Choose circles, squares, or even stars!

From Better Homes and Gardens

Peppermint Cream Bites

Vanilla Spritz

This big-batch vanilla spritz cookie recipe makes about 84 tender cookie bites. Use a cookie press to form shapes, then sprinkle cookies with quick vanilla sugar for a party-perfect platter of treats.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Vanilla Spritz

Saffron Snickerdoodles

Up the ante when you add saffron to your traditional snickerdoodle recipe. Sweet and complex in flavor, saffron smells wonderful and gives cookies a gorgeous golden hue.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Saffron Snickerdoodles

Peanut-Pretzel Bars

Inspired by childhood snacks, these peanut-pretzel bars can be prepped in a half hour. Peanut butter, quick oats, and sweetened condensed milk combine to make a sweet, salty, chewy treat.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Peanut-Pretzel Bars

Dulce de Leche Snappers

Make these unique Dulce de Leche cookies in less than 30 minutes. Press dough into pecans, walnuts, or almonds for a dessert that suits your taste.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Dulce de Leche Snappers

Salted-Peanut Blossoms

A slice of creamy nougat bar tops these sweet and salty peanut butter cookies. From start to finish, they take just 35 minutes to make.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Salted-Peanut Blossoms

Iced Walnut Shortbread Rounds

Iced with a cream cheese glaze and made with ground walnuts, these shortbread cookies are simple to make but big on flavor. Bonus: They can be frozen up to three months in advance.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Iced Walnut Shortbread Rounds

No-Bake White Chocolate-Almond Butter Balls

Prep these no-bake treats in just 30 minutes. Made with almond butter, baking chocolate, and candy coating, they can be stored in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.

From Better Homes and Gardens

No-Bake White Chocolate-Almond Butter Balls

White Chocolate, Cornmeal, and Almond Mini Biscotti

These mini biscotti cookies are delicious with morning coffee or evening cocoa. Glazed with white chocolate and sprinkled with jimmies, they're a sweet treat made for dipping.

From Better Homes and Gardens

White Chocolate, Cornmeal, and Almond Mini Biscotti

Vanilla Bean Shortbread Sandwiches with Vanilla Bean Buttercream

Combine four simple ingredients to make these shortbread cookies, then add vanilla bean buttercream to make dainty sandwiches for tea time or holiday gatherings. Cookies can be frozen for up to three months.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Vanilla Bean Shortbread Sandwiches with Vanilla Bean Buttercream

Vanilla Rooibos Tea Meltaways

Steep tea leaves in butter to make these delicious meltaway cookies. Vanilla rooibos tea can be found at specialty tea stores.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Vanilla Rooibos Tea Meltaways

Orange-Kissed Vanilla Bean Pillows

Shredded orange peel gives these puffy cookies a zesty punch of citrus. Baked for just 12 minutes and rolled in vanilla sugar, they're a sweet and simple treat for any occasion.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Orange-Kissed Vanilla Bean Pillows

Strawberry Breakfast Bars

Fresh strawberries are the star of these gluten-free bars that will help everyone start the day on a nourishing foot.

From Diabetic Living

Strawberry Breakfast Bars

Salted Caramel Blondies

Salted caramel is one of fall's most iconic flavors that gets a new look in this delicious take on blondies.

From Diabetic Living

Salted Caramel Blondies

Carrot Raisin Cookies

Sweetened with applesauce and raisins instead of sugar, these cookies are a healthy alternative to typical treats. A cup of shredded carrots adds moisture and hearty texture.

From Diabetic Living

Carrot Raisin Cookies

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