Quick and Easy Cookies
There is nothing like a batch of fresh cookies for dessert, and these quick and easy cookie recipes have all the right shortcuts for cooks with busy schedules. Whip up a quick and easy batch of cookies to serve for dessert today.See Popular Quick and Easy Cookies Recipes
Alphabet cookies filled with strawberry preserves and cream cheese are great for kid parties.
Make these personalized treats using crafts-store stamps (preferably ink-free ones) and share with your favorite Valentines.
Kids will get a kick out of decorating edible cookie Easter eggs! Bake a batch before the bunny hops into town this year.
Your favorite on-the-go goodie gets the dessert treatment. Mix raisins, dried cherries, dried cranberries, and more dried fruit bits to create this sweet and filling snack.
A splash of bourbon in the brownie batter and frosting makes this nutty dessert extra spirited. These will be a hit after dinner tonight or at your next bake sale!
These tasty cookies get their nutty flavor thanks to tahini, a Mediterranean sesame seed paste. The chocolate dough is then rolled in sesame seeds for extra crunch.
Quinoa and oats make these chocolate chip cookies practically health food, right?
Crushed candy makes a pretty red and white center for these heart shaped cookies.
The oh-so-popular snickerdoodle is transformed into a scrumptious and easy-to-make cookie sandwich recipe. Little hands will enjoy rolling the dough balls in cinnamon-sugar and assembling these sandwiches.
Start with refrigerated peanut butter cookie dough to prepare these bar cookies in minutes. Try them for your next bake sale or party!
Nothing beats a warm and gooey chocolate chunk cookie, except perhaps one you make at home. Make an extra batch of dough, portion cookies, and store in the freezer to bake off another day when you need a treat.
Drizzle white chocolate on chocolate cookies, then top with crushed peppermint candy for a fast dessert that's perfect for the holidays.
If you enjoy the flavor of marzipan, these cute wreaths will quickly become your new favorite Christmas cookies!
Creamy frosting and colorful sprinkles make your favorite cookie even better.
The white chocolate that contains cocoa butter used in this cookie recipe makes these cookies tender to the touch. Chocolate-filled candy canes add an unusual twist.
Shape these simple butter cookies like little snowflakes. Add powdered sugar and serve them on a snow day.