Easy and delicious cookies that are paleo ta boot!
The Milk and Cookie Shot, a chocolate chip cookie cup filled with vanilla milk and inspired by the classic American pairing.
These are a nice twist on the classic sugar cookie, the cinnamon is a nice addition and the glaze is just the right amount of sweet and spicy to make you smile.
Who doesn’t love chocolate and hazelnut in a cookie — Nutella… I mean ‘nuf said.
These are so pretty and the white chocolate is a great surprise!
Oh so pretty on a cookie platter and mint-y festiveness!
I love these simple cookies. They are a Ray of Sunshine (Ray Turoczy) specialty! I use hazelnuts and milk chocolate chips to give them a slightly different flare than the basic chocolate chip cookie.
I love ice-box cookies because you can make the dough one night and bake them the next. However, these cookies can be baked immediately after step 4. Take a teaspoon of the dough, roll it into a ball and then flatten it with a glass dipped in flour.
These cookies were a surprise that happened when Mommy and Aunt Judy experimented. The almonds were just supposed to be a decoration, but when the cookies came out of the oven, they were the spitting image of sand dollars!
The classic ginger snap that are easy and quick to make. They are a nice replacement for gingerbread men that are great… but lots of work ;-).
The ginger in this recipe gives these traditional peanut butter cookies an added kick. I love the combination of the two flavors.
The traditional Italian cookie, easy and delicious if you have a pizzelle maker.
These were a fun an experiment. I love malted milk flavoring and well… it’s just not used enough!
These are a nutty twist on the traditional macaroons.
This is the prefect holiday pinwheel icebox cookie. I usually make them one night and then bake them the next day when I get home from work.
I think they are my favorite cookies in the book. They are to die for! Don’t eat them too late, the espresso will keep you up. This cookie dough is like brownie batter. Drop heaping mounds. The parchment paper is a must or these will stick.
Hazelnut and peach is a combination not used often enough in my opinion!
An fun twist on the traditional linzer tart, this cookie is easy and yummy.
Ewey Gooey Heath Bar Crunchy Chewy thumprint cookies.
These traditional favorites are perfect plain or covered in royal icing.
Enjoy the flavors of the tropics, even during the cold months when you nibble on these pretty little cookies
Melissa’s favorites & the cookie I make most often.
These cookies are tender and delicious. I use 5 or 6 different colors of sanding sugar for the same batch so they spruce up any cookie platter.
My most requested cookie recipe, these are a easier approach to the traditional linzer tart. No holes mean’s no cookies cutters!
Perfect Flaky, Yummy, Rugelah Every Time! I think that this recipe is worth the effort.