These chocolate chip cookies get a cool and refreshing twist from a touch of peppermint extract. Plus, the recipe calls for just eight ingredients, making these cookies an easy and budget-friendly option for holiday baking.
If you love anything sweet and spicy, then these cookies are for you. Brown sugar, white sugar, and molasses mellow the ginger's spicy bite for an irresistible combination. If you prefer softer, rounded cookies to flat, crisp ones, don't flatten the balls of dough.
While not exactly guilt-free, these cookies are a little heartier and healthier than the traditional recipe. Adding a sweet, moist banana means you don't need as much butter and sugar to bake a great tasting cookie.
Here's a test kitchen secret: adding coffee spotlights the chocolate flavor in foods in a major way. In this recipe, coffee-flavored liqueur (such as Kahlúa) is paired with semisweet chocolate minichips and white chocolate chips for a flavor that's out of these world. No Kahlúa on hand? Substitue an equal amount of strong, freshly brewed coffee.