Old-Fashioned Sugar CookiesClear the kitchen counters and carve out some time with your kids this holiday season to make these Old-Fashioned Sugar Cookies. You'll have just as much fun cutting the festive shapes as you will enjoying their flavor!
Sugar Cookie MittensCozy up with these fun and festive mitten-shaped cookies for the holiday season. Pour a glass of milk, pull up a seat by the fire, and prepare to indulge in a fabulous sweet treat.
Gingerbread BabiesEveryone wants to go younger these days, so we suggest that, instead of gingerbread men, you make gingerbread babies this year for Christmas. Tuck them in a little box and they make a perfect gift.
Simple Scottish ShortbreadButtery and sweet, these classic cookies are perfect for the holidays and you only need 4 ingredients.
Santa Claus Cookie PopsAdorn your home with some jolly ole Saint Nick. These cookie pops make a fun and festive table setting and a delicious after-dinner dessert.
Peppery Molasses CookiesThese cinnamon-and-molasses cookies really do have a spicy kick from the black pepper. We think it’s a perfect flavor combination.
Chocolate-Dipped Crispy BarsThis over-the-top version of Rice Krispie Treats gets extra flavor from peanut butter, and then the bars are dipped in dark chocolate and drizzled with white chocolate. Oh, my.
Waffle CookiesThese rich chocolate cookies are cooked on a waffle iron then topped with chocolate frosting. We think it’s OK to enjoy them for breakfast with a tall glass of milk.
Frosted Turtle CookiesThe holidays are not complete without these classic cookies featuring a basic sugar cookie sitting on top of pecans that resemble the feet and legs of a turtle and topped with a thick chocolate frosting.
Giant Chocolate Malt CookieMake your kids happy with the giant cookie version of a malted milk shake.
Chocolate Chip-Oatmeal CookiesOats give these cookies their crunch, and a whole package of chocolate chips give them their chocolate punch!
Soft Peanut Butter CookiesIf you’re a peanut butter fan, these cookies won’t last long. You’ll enjoy every last crumb! Don’t forget to serve them with a tall, cold glass of milk.
Chocolate Cappuccino BrowniesThese chocolatey brownies get their deep, rich flavor from the addition of brewed coffee and get a little bit of crunch from chopped walnuts.
Pecan Pie BarsAs an alternative to pecan pie this year, try these easy-to-pick-up pecan pie bars.
Grandma's Soft Sugar CookiesThese classic sugar cookies will bring back sweet memories of Grandma's kitchen.
Italian Cheese CookiesThese delightfully decadent cookies are made with sweetened ricotta cheese and topped with a rich vanilla icing.
Hannah's Oatmeal CookiesWith the addition of chocolate covered raisins, this recipe takes oatmeal cookies to another level.
Buttermilk Sugar CookiesButtermilk gives these sugar cookies a tart, irresistible flavor. Decorate with different colors of sprinkles to fit the occasion.
Brown Sugar-Apple CookiesSavor the flavors of fall with these cinnamon-spiced cookies filled with chopped fresh apple.
German Chocolate Cake Mix CookiesStart with a box of German chocolate cake mix to create these moist chocolate cookies, and add oats, raisins, and chocolate chips.
White Chocolate-Cranberry CookiesDried cranberries taste surprisingly sweet. When paired with white chocolate, they'll make these cookies a favorite choice.