Cookies

A small cake made from stiff sweet dough rolled and sliced or dropped by spoonfuls on a large flat pan (cookie sheet) and baked.

  1. 2010 EatingWell Annual Holiday Cookie Contest

    Enter festive and healthy holiday cookie recipes . Use whole grain flour , natural flavorings , limited healthy fats only , and limited sweeteners and salt . Deadline

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  1. 2010 EatingWell Annual Holiday Cookie Contest

    Enter festive and healthy holiday cookie recipes . Use whole grain flour , natural flavorings , limited healthy fats only , and limited sweeteners and salt . Deadline

  2. 1 cookie 4 ways

    Wow him with the batch of beautifully decorated Christmas cookies that you made. I'm gonna show how to get four different looks out of one simple cookie. I'll take it from very basic to super stuff like this. So, to start out, I've got my royal icing here and ..... will actually contain the glaze once I pour the glaze into the cookie. So, now that I've got my dam created, I've got some royal icing here that I've actually thin down a little bit with water, and that's just to make it a little bit easier to kinda pour on to the cookie. So, I'm gonna take maybe about, let see about a half of spoonful like that and just pour it right into the ..... I can leave it like this to keep it a nice simple cookie with a nice shiny icing on it or while it's still wet, you can always add some little embellishments. Who doesn't like embellishments right? So, I've got all sorts of little glitters here. These are edible glitters. You can pour these right on top of your cookie. I've also got different granules of sugar, both blue sugars, white sugar, and then I've got these little edible candies. You just mix and match and embellish your cookies to your heart's content. So, I think I'm gonna use some of these blue edible glitter and just kinda put it around my cookie like that, oh! I love that. That looks so cool. And then I'll put some of these, and some of those, and maybe I'll put a little or maybe just some sugar just to get a little bit more of a snowy look. Perfect. Now, again I can either leave my cookie like this, nicely embellished or I could go a step further and add some more embellishment. And for that, I've got a

    cookie found at 0:16, 0:50, 1:35

    Wow him with the batch of beautifully decorated Christmas cookies that you made. I'm gonna show how to get four different looks out of one simple cookie . I'll take it from very basic to super stuff like this. So, to start out, I've got my royal icing here and
    will actually contain the glaze once I pour the glaze into the cookie . So, now that I've got my dam created, I've got some royal icing here that I've actually thin down a little bit with water, and that's just to make it a little bit easier to kinda pour on to the cookie . So, I'm gonna take maybe about, let see about a half of spoonful like that and just pour it right into the
    I can leave it like this to keep it a nice simple cookie with a nice shiny icing on it or while it's still wet, you can always add some little embellishments. Who doesn't like embellishments right? So, I've got all sorts of little glitters here. These are edible glitters. You can pour these right on top of your cookie . I've also got different granules of sugar, both blue sugars, white sugar, and then I've got these little edible candies. You just mix and match and embellish your cookies to your heart's content. So, I think I'm gonna use some of these blue edible glitter and just kinda put it around my cookie like that, oh! I love that. That looks so cool. And then I'll put some of these, and some of those, and maybe I'll put a little or maybe just some sugar just to get a little bit more of a snowy look. Perfect. Now, again I can either leave my cookie like this, nicely embellished or I could go a step further and add some more embellishment. And for that, I've got a
  3. Bake a Hearty Breakfast Cookie

    Try this! I'm gonna show you how I take my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe and transform it into a good-for-you breakfast treat. There's just a few simple substitutions that you need to know. First, I'm going ..... going to use some mixed dried fruit bits. When I bake these cookies, I'm gonna make them a little bigger than I'm used to making. Just because it's for breakfast, and I wanna make sure that it's gonna fill me up. I'm gonna use a cookie scoop for a really easy way to get these cookies onto my pan. We're gonna bake them at the same temperature that your recipe says to, but you're gonna have to bake them a little bit longer than a normal cookie size. You'll know when they're done when they have a nice golden brown top, like these have. I'm just gonna wrap each one of them separately. And what you can do is just keep a batch of these in the freezer, and they'll be ready anytime you need them. Now if you didn't remember to take the frozen cookies out the night before you wanna eat them for breakfast, just take off the plastic and throw them in the microwave for a few seconds until they're thawed. Whip a batch of these hardy cookies in the freezer, there will be no excuse for you to miss the most important meal of the day.

    cookie recipe found at 0:10

    Try this! I'm gonna show you how I take my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe and transform it into a good-for-you breakfast treat. There's just a few simple substitutions that you need to know. First, I'm going
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  1. 2010 EatingWell Annual Holiday Cookie Contest

    Sat, 1 Jan 2000

    Enter festive and healthy holiday cookie recipes . Use whole grain flour , natural flavorings , limited healthy fats only , and limited sweeteners and salt . Deadline

  2. 1 cookie 4 ways

    Thu, 5 Aug 2010

    Wow him with the batch of beautifully decorated Christmas cookies that you made. I'm gonna show how to get four different looks out of one simple cookie. I'll take it from very basic to super stuff like this. So, to start out, I've got my royal icing here and ..... will actually contain the glaze once I pour the glaze into the cookie. So, now that I've got my dam created, I've got some royal icing here that I've actually thin down a little bit with water, and that's just to make it a little bit easier to kinda pour on to the cookie. So, I'm gonna take maybe about, let see about a half of spoonful like that and just pour it right into the ..... I can leave it like this to keep it a nice simple cookie with a nice shiny icing on it or while it's still wet, you can always add some little embellishments. Who doesn't like embellishments right? So, I've got all sorts of little glitters here. These are edible glitters. You can pour these right on top of your cookie. I've also got different granules of sugar, both blue sugars, white sugar, and then I've got these little edible candies. You just mix and match and embellish your cookies to your heart's content. So, I think I'm gonna use some of these blue edible glitter and just kinda put it around my cookie like that, oh! I love that. That looks so cool. And then I'll put some of these, and some of those, and maybe I'll put a little or maybe just some sugar just to get a little bit more of a snowy look. Perfect. Now, again I can either leave my cookie like this, nicely embellished or I could go a step further and add some more embellishment. And for that, I've got a

    cookie found at 0:16, 0:50, 1:35

    Wow him with the batch of beautifully decorated Christmas cookies that you made. I'm gonna show how to get four different looks out of one simple cookie . I'll take it from very basic to super stuff like this. So, to start out, I've got my royal icing here and
    will actually contain the glaze once I pour the glaze into the cookie . So, now that I've got my dam created, I've got some royal icing here that I've actually thin down a little bit with water, and that's just to make it a little bit easier to kinda pour on to the cookie . So, I'm gonna take maybe about, let see about a half of spoonful like that and just pour it right into the
    I can leave it like this to keep it a nice simple cookie with a nice shiny icing on it or while it's still wet, you can always add some little embellishments. Who doesn't like embellishments right? So, I've got all sorts of little glitters here. These are edible glitters. You can pour these right on top of your cookie . I've also got different granules of sugar, both blue sugars, white sugar, and then I've got these little edible candies. You just mix and match and embellish your cookies to your heart's content. So, I think I'm gonna use some of these blue edible glitter and just kinda put it around my cookie like that, oh! I love that. That looks so cool. And then I'll put some of these, and some of those, and maybe I'll put a little or maybe just some sugar just to get a little bit more of a snowy look. Perfect. Now, again I can either leave my cookie like this, nicely embellished or I could go a step further and add some more embellishment. And for that, I've got a
  3. Bake a Hearty Breakfast Cookie

    Thu, 5 Aug 2010

    Try this! I'm gonna show you how I take my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe and transform it into a good-for-you breakfast treat. There's just a few simple substitutions that you need to know. First, I'm going ..... going to use some mixed dried fruit bits. When I bake these cookies, I'm gonna make them a little bigger than I'm used to making. Just because it's for breakfast, and I wanna make sure that it's gonna fill me up. I'm gonna use a cookie scoop for a really easy way to get these cookies onto my pan. We're gonna bake them at the same temperature that your recipe says to, but you're gonna have to bake them a little bit longer than a normal cookie size. You'll know when they're done when they have a nice golden brown top, like these have. I'm just gonna wrap each one of them separately. And what you can do is just keep a batch of these in the freezer, and they'll be ready anytime you need them. Now if you didn't remember to take the frozen cookies out the night before you wanna eat them for breakfast, just take off the plastic and throw them in the microwave for a few seconds until they're thawed. Whip a batch of these hardy cookies in the freezer, there will be no excuse for you to miss the most important meal of the day.

    cookie recipe found at 0:10

    Try this! I'm gonna show you how I take my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe and transform it into a good-for-you breakfast treat. There's just a few simple substitutions that you need to know. First, I'm going
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Videos

  1. 2010 EatingWell Annual Holiday Cookie Contest

    Sat, 1 Jan 2000

    Enter festive and healthy holiday cookie recipes . Use whole grain flour , natural flavorings , limited healthy fats only , and limited sweeteners and salt . Deadline

  2. 1 cookie 4 ways

    Thu, 5 Aug 2010

    Wow him with the batch of beautifully decorated Christmas cookies that you made. I'm gonna show how to get four different looks out of one simple cookie. I'll take it from very basic to super stuff like this. So, to start out, I've got my royal icing here and ..... will actually contain the glaze once I pour the glaze into the cookie. So, now that I've got my dam created, I've got some royal icing here that I've actually thin down a little bit with water, and that's just to make it a little bit easier to kinda pour on to the cookie. So, I'm gonna take maybe about, let see about a half of spoonful like that and just pour it right into the ..... I can leave it like this to keep it a nice simple cookie with a nice shiny icing on it or while it's still wet, you can always add some little embellishments. Who doesn't like embellishments right? So, I've got all sorts of little glitters here. These are edible glitters. You can pour these right on top of your cookie. I've also got different granules of sugar, both blue sugars, white sugar, and then I've got these little edible candies. You just mix and match and embellish your cookies to your heart's content. So, I think I'm gonna use some of these blue edible glitter and just kinda put it around my cookie like that, oh! I love that. That looks so cool. And then I'll put some of these, and some of those, and maybe I'll put a little or maybe just some sugar just to get a little bit more of a snowy look. Perfect. Now, again I can either leave my cookie like this, nicely embellished or I could go a step further and add some more embellishment. And for that, I've got a

    cookie found at 0:16, 0:50, 1:35

    Wow him with the batch of beautifully decorated Christmas cookies that you made. I'm gonna show how to get four different looks out of one simple cookie . I'll take it from very basic to super stuff like this. So, to start out, I've got my royal icing here and
    will actually contain the glaze once I pour the glaze into the cookie . So, now that I've got my dam created, I've got some royal icing here that I've actually thin down a little bit with water, and that's just to make it a little bit easier to kinda pour on to the cookie . So, I'm gonna take maybe about, let see about a half of spoonful like that and just pour it right into the
    I can leave it like this to keep it a nice simple cookie with a nice shiny icing on it or while it's still wet, you can always add some little embellishments. Who doesn't like embellishments right? So, I've got all sorts of little glitters here. These are edible glitters. You can pour these right on top of your cookie . I've also got different granules of sugar, both blue sugars, white sugar, and then I've got these little edible candies. You just mix and match and embellish your cookies to your heart's content. So, I think I'm gonna use some of these blue edible glitter and just kinda put it around my cookie like that, oh! I love that. That looks so cool. And then I'll put some of these, and some of those, and maybe I'll put a little or maybe just some sugar just to get a little bit more of a snowy look. Perfect. Now, again I can either leave my cookie like this, nicely embellished or I could go a step further and add some more embellishment. And for that, I've got a
  3. Bake a Hearty Breakfast Cookie

    Thu, 5 Aug 2010

    Try this! I'm gonna show you how I take my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe and transform it into a good-for-you breakfast treat. There's just a few simple substitutions that you need to know. First, I'm going ..... going to use some mixed dried fruit bits. When I bake these cookies, I'm gonna make them a little bigger than I'm used to making. Just because it's for breakfast, and I wanna make sure that it's gonna fill me up. I'm gonna use a cookie scoop for a really easy way to get these cookies onto my pan. We're gonna bake them at the same temperature that your recipe says to, but you're gonna have to bake them a little bit longer than a normal cookie size. You'll know when they're done when they have a nice golden brown top, like these have. I'm just gonna wrap each one of them separately. And what you can do is just keep a batch of these in the freezer, and they'll be ready anytime you need them. Now if you didn't remember to take the frozen cookies out the night before you wanna eat them for breakfast, just take off the plastic and throw them in the microwave for a few seconds until they're thawed. Whip a batch of these hardy cookies in the freezer, there will be no excuse for you to miss the most important meal of the day.

    cookie recipe found at 0:10

    Try this! I'm gonna show you how I take my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe and transform it into a good-for-you breakfast treat. There's just a few simple substitutions that you need to know. First, I'm going
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  1. 2010 EatingWell Annual Holiday Cookie Contest

    Sat, 1 Jan 2000

    Enter festive and healthy holiday cookie recipes . Use whole grain flour , natural flavorings , limited healthy fats only , and limited sweeteners and salt . Deadline

  2. 1 cookie 4 ways

    Thu, 5 Aug 2010

    Wow him with the batch of beautifully decorated Christmas cookies that you made. I'm gonna show how to get four different looks out of one simple cookie. I'll take it from very basic to super stuff like this. So, to start out, I've got my royal icing here and ..... will actually contain the glaze once I pour the glaze into the cookie. So, now that I've got my dam created, I've got some royal icing here that I've actually thin down a little bit with water, and that's just to make it a little bit easier to kinda pour on to the cookie. So, I'm gonna take maybe about, let see about a half of spoonful like that and just pour it right into the ..... I can leave it like this to keep it a nice simple cookie with a nice shiny icing on it or while it's still wet, you can always add some little embellishments. Who doesn't like embellishments right? So, I've got all sorts of little glitters here. These are edible glitters. You can pour these right on top of your cookie. I've also got different granules of sugar, both blue sugars, white sugar, and then I've got these little edible candies. You just mix and match and embellish your cookies to your heart's content. So, I think I'm gonna use some of these blue edible glitter and just kinda put it around my cookie like that, oh! I love that. That looks so cool. And then I'll put some of these, and some of those, and maybe I'll put a little or maybe just some sugar just to get a little bit more of a snowy look. Perfect. Now, again I can either leave my cookie like this, nicely embellished or I could go a step further and add some more embellishment. And for that, I've got a

    cookie found at 0:16, 0:50, 1:35

    Wow him with the batch of beautifully decorated Christmas cookies that you made. I'm gonna show how to get four different looks out of one simple cookie . I'll take it from very basic to super stuff like this. So, to start out, I've got my royal icing here and
    will actually contain the glaze once I pour the glaze into the cookie . So, now that I've got my dam created, I've got some royal icing here that I've actually thin down a little bit with water, and that's just to make it a little bit easier to kinda pour on to the cookie . So, I'm gonna take maybe about, let see about a half of spoonful like that and just pour it right into the
    I can leave it like this to keep it a nice simple cookie with a nice shiny icing on it or while it's still wet, you can always add some little embellishments. Who doesn't like embellishments right? So, I've got all sorts of little glitters here. These are edible glitters. You can pour these right on top of your cookie . I've also got different granules of sugar, both blue sugars, white sugar, and then I've got these little edible candies. You just mix and match and embellish your cookies to your heart's content. So, I think I'm gonna use some of these blue edible glitter and just kinda put it around my cookie like that, oh! I love that. That looks so cool. And then I'll put some of these, and some of those, and maybe I'll put a little or maybe just some sugar just to get a little bit more of a snowy look. Perfect. Now, again I can either leave my cookie like this, nicely embellished or I could go a step further and add some more embellishment. And for that, I've got a
  3. Bake a Hearty Breakfast Cookie

    Thu, 5 Aug 2010

    Try this! I'm gonna show you how I take my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe and transform it into a good-for-you breakfast treat. There's just a few simple substitutions that you need to know. First, I'm going ..... going to use some mixed dried fruit bits. When I bake these cookies, I'm gonna make them a little bigger than I'm used to making. Just because it's for breakfast, and I wanna make sure that it's gonna fill me up. I'm gonna use a cookie scoop for a really easy way to get these cookies onto my pan. We're gonna bake them at the same temperature that your recipe says to, but you're gonna have to bake them a little bit longer than a normal cookie size. You'll know when they're done when they have a nice golden brown top, like these have. I'm just gonna wrap each one of them separately. And what you can do is just keep a batch of these in the freezer, and they'll be ready anytime you need them. Now if you didn't remember to take the frozen cookies out the night before you wanna eat them for breakfast, just take off the plastic and throw them in the microwave for a few seconds until they're thawed. Whip a batch of these hardy cookies in the freezer, there will be no excuse for you to miss the most important meal of the day.

    cookie recipe found at 0:10

    Try this! I'm gonna show you how I take my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe and transform it into a good-for-you breakfast treat. There's just a few simple substitutions that you need to know. First, I'm going
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  1. 2010 EatingWell Annual Holiday Cookie Contest

    Sat, 1 Jan 2000

    Enter festive and healthy holiday cookie recipes . Use whole grain flour , natural flavorings , limited healthy fats only , and limited sweeteners and salt . Deadline

  2. 1 cookie 4 ways

    Thu, 5 Aug 2010

    Wow him with the batch of beautifully decorated Christmas cookies that you made. I'm gonna show how to get four different looks out of one simple cookie. I'll take it from very basic to super stuff like this. So, to start out, I've got my royal icing here and ..... will actually contain the glaze once I pour the glaze into the cookie. So, now that I've got my dam created, I've got some royal icing here that I've actually thin down a little bit with water, and that's just to make it a little bit easier to kinda pour on to the cookie. So, I'm gonna take maybe about, let see about a half of spoonful like that and just pour it right into the ..... I can leave it like this to keep it a nice simple cookie with a nice shiny icing on it or while it's still wet, you can always add some little embellishments. Who doesn't like embellishments right? So, I've got all sorts of little glitters here. These are edible glitters. You can pour these right on top of your cookie. I've also got different granules of sugar, both blue sugars, white sugar, and then I've got these little edible candies. You just mix and match and embellish your cookies to your heart's content. So, I think I'm gonna use some of these blue edible glitter and just kinda put it around my cookie like that, oh! I love that. That looks so cool. And then I'll put some of these, and some of those, and maybe I'll put a little or maybe just some sugar just to get a little bit more of a snowy look. Perfect. Now, again I can either leave my cookie like this, nicely embellished or I could go a step further and add some more embellishment. And for that, I've got a

    cookie found at 0:16, 0:50, 1:35

    Wow him with the batch of beautifully decorated Christmas cookies that you made. I'm gonna show how to get four different looks out of one simple cookie . I'll take it from very basic to super stuff like this. So, to start out, I've got my royal icing here and
    will actually contain the glaze once I pour the glaze into the cookie . So, now that I've got my dam created, I've got some royal icing here that I've actually thin down a little bit with water, and that's just to make it a little bit easier to kinda pour on to the cookie . So, I'm gonna take maybe about, let see about a half of spoonful like that and just pour it right into the
    I can leave it like this to keep it a nice simple cookie with a nice shiny icing on it or while it's still wet, you can always add some little embellishments. Who doesn't like embellishments right? So, I've got all sorts of little glitters here. These are edible glitters. You can pour these right on top of your cookie . I've also got different granules of sugar, both blue sugars, white sugar, and then I've got these little edible candies. You just mix and match and embellish your cookies to your heart's content. So, I think I'm gonna use some of these blue edible glitter and just kinda put it around my cookie like that, oh! I love that. That looks so cool. And then I'll put some of these, and some of those, and maybe I'll put a little or maybe just some sugar just to get a little bit more of a snowy look. Perfect. Now, again I can either leave my cookie like this, nicely embellished or I could go a step further and add some more embellishment. And for that, I've got a
  3. Bake a Hearty Breakfast Cookie

    Thu, 5 Aug 2010

    Try this! I'm gonna show you how I take my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe and transform it into a good-for-you breakfast treat. There's just a few simple substitutions that you need to know. First, I'm going ..... going to use some mixed dried fruit bits. When I bake these cookies, I'm gonna make them a little bigger than I'm used to making. Just because it's for breakfast, and I wanna make sure that it's gonna fill me up. I'm gonna use a cookie scoop for a really easy way to get these cookies onto my pan. We're gonna bake them at the same temperature that your recipe says to, but you're gonna have to bake them a little bit longer than a normal cookie size. You'll know when they're done when they have a nice golden brown top, like these have. I'm just gonna wrap each one of them separately. And what you can do is just keep a batch of these in the freezer, and they'll be ready anytime you need them. Now if you didn't remember to take the frozen cookies out the night before you wanna eat them for breakfast, just take off the plastic and throw them in the microwave for a few seconds until they're thawed. Whip a batch of these hardy cookies in the freezer, there will be no excuse for you to miss the most important meal of the day.

    cookie recipe found at 0:10

    Try this! I'm gonna show you how I take my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe and transform it into a good-for-you breakfast treat. There's just a few simple substitutions that you need to know. First, I'm going
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