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1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. In a medium bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder, and salt.<p>2. With a mixer on medium speed, beat butter with granulated sugar until light and fluffy, about 2 minutes. Beat in egg and vanilla until just blended, scraping down sides of bowl. Reduce speed to low …
Maureen Kirk, of Malvern, Pennsylvania, sent us a recipe for her family's favorite crispy, chewy treats. She says, "These simple cookies are delicious as is, or with mix-ins. They're so versatile, it's the only cookie I make!"
Our rolled-and-cut cookie is a pumpkin-shaped update on the Joe Frogger, a treat dating all the way back to a New England fishing village in the late 1700s. The robustness of rum, molasses, and warming spices gives each bite a comforting, homey flavor.
These cookie bars can be made up to three days ahead and stored in a cool place.
You probably have all the ingredients for these delicious peanut butter cookies on hand -- especially if you're a peanut butter fan! For extra peanut butter flavor, sprinkle cookies with salted peanuts before popping them in the oven. Substitute smooth peanut butter for chunky to get a different …
1.<p>Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Whisk together flour, baking powder, and salt. In another bowl, beat butter, sugar, and vanilla-bean seeds on medium until pale and fluffy, 4 minutes. Mix in egg and vanilla extract. With mixer on low, gradually beat in flour mixture. Bring dough together with hands. …
These delicate, crumbly cookies hail from France's Normandy region and are delicious plain, dipped in dark chocolate, or sandwiched with jam. Once you have a handle on the basic recipe, try adding almonds, orange zest, or other flavorings. Adapted from
Warm, spicy notes of clove and nutmeg mingle with a pecan crunch in these tender cookies.
Anise seeds add a hint of licorice to these pretty lace cookies made of ground almonds. Orange zest adds a citrus aroma.
A combination of fresh and ground ginger, molasses, and chunks of semisweet chocolate makes the cookies sophisticated enough for adults but chocolaty enough for children.
Chock-full of chocolate and raisins, these oatmeal cookies won't disappoint. And by using oats in place of wheat flour, everyone can get in on the fun.
Pull a fast one on the kids: In just 10 minutes, whip up the dough for these sweet, crunchy treats made with whole-wheat flour. Many recipes for baked goods can be tweaked to use equal parts whole-wheat and all-purpose flours, without losing flavor or texture.
This chocolate chip cookie sandwich recipe has been adapted from one Erin McKenna uses at her vegan sweetshop Babycakes NYC.
A generous dusting of Maldon sea salt gives these treats from TV chef Nora Singley their irresistible flavor.
Try one of our glazed spritz-cookie variations: Vanilla-Glazed Cookies, , or .
These cookies get tossed in confectioners' sugar and resemble little snowballs.
Try this recipe, adapted from "Martha Stewart's Cookies," for a sparkling sweet treat. Serve with a for a distinctive dessert course at your holiday party.
These rich, crisp, delicate cookies owe their crumbly texture to confectioners' sugar. Pecans enhance their buttery flavor.
Buttery cookies get a jolt of citrus flavor and a delicate glaze of royal icing in this take on the timeless lemon-poppy seed combination.
1. Sift flour, baking powder, and salt together into a bowl. Beat butter and sugar with a mixer on medium-high speed until pale and fluffy. Beat in egg and vanilla. Reduce speed to low. With machine running, gradually add flour mixture; mix until combined. Shape into a disk, and wrap in plastic. …
Dipped in two types of chocolate, these cookies are a deliciously decadent and visually appealing treat.