Planning for a cookie exchange or a holiday dessert spread? Check out our favorite cookies of this year. PS It’s National Cookie Day, get baking so you can celebrate.
Chocolate Hazelnut Sandwich Cookies
Homemade chocolate-hazelnut filling joins crunchy hazelnut cookies to create a delicious, melt-in-your-mouth cookie sandwich. See the recipe.
Red Velvet Sugar Cookies and Cream Cheese Frosting
Soft, thick, and slightly chewy Red Velvet sugar cookies slathered in rich, velvety cream cheese frosting! See the recipe.
Dark Chocolate Cookies
Rich, dark, and decadent, these dark chocolate cookies have a double dose of chocolate and are only lacking a glass of milk or cup of tea to be dipped in. See the recipe.
The Ultimate Peanut Butter Filled Cookie
These soft peanut butter cookies filled with an irresistible peanut butter butterscotch filling. See the recipe.
Oatmeal Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich
Sandwich your favorite ice cream between soft, chewy, spiced oatmeal cookies to make a sublime frozen treat. See the recipe.
Pistachio Chocolate Sable Cookies
They’re nutty and chocolate-filled. They’re pretty much perfection. See the recipe.
Mandarin Shortbread Cookies
Filled with an icing made with mandarin juice, these mandarin shortbread cookies use the zest and juice citrus fruit. See the recipe.
Red Velvet Crinkly Cookies
For Valentine’s Day or Christmas, these red velvet crinkle cookies are the perfect way to celebrate. See the recipe.
Cranberry Chocolate Chunk Cookies
These cranberry chocolate chunk cookies are loaded with so many rich flavors thanks to whole wheat flour, oats, brown sugar and big chunks of dark chocolate. Make a big batch and share cookies with everyone you know. See the recipe.
Tahini Chocolate Chip Cookies
We love tahini. In everything. This cookie dough is proof. See the recipe.
Last-Minute Biscoff Truffles
They’re not quite cookies, but they’re made with cookie butter, so we say they count. See the recipe.
Neapolitan Butter Cookies
All three of the favorite flavors in one beautiful cookie. See the recipe.