Toffee Chunk Cookies
The secret to these cookies is chopped up chocolate-covered toffee bars, like Skor or Heath.
Lemon Polenta Cookies
Sweet cornmeal cookies with a ton of bright lemon flavor.
Chewy Brown Sugar Cookies
Looking for a cookie that everyone will love? Try these chewy, sweet, ready to be dunked treats.
Gluten-Free Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Just because you're gluten-free doesn't mean you can't enjoy the traditional holiday treat. These chocolate chip cookies get a nutty, carmel scent from brown butter.
Oatmeal Cookies with Chocolate Covered Cranberries
These oversized cookies are the perfect treat to leave for Santa. They're bursting with big, nubbly oats and sweet chocolate covered cranberries.
Chai Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
If you have a tea lover in your life, make their day by gifting them these chai-inspired cookies.
Pumpkin Orange Cranberry Cookies
These soft, cakey cookies have a ton of pumpkin flavor thanks to the boosting effects of orange. Tart cranberries provide occasional bursts of tartness and nutmeg.
Apple Oatmeal Cookies
Thanks to applesauce and chopped apples, these cookies have a delicious fruit flavor. The base is a chewy oatmeal cookie, with just enough cinnamon to round out the flavors without overwhelming the taste of the apple, almost like breakfast in a cookie.
Cherry Ginger Cookies
Dried cherries give a bit of sweet-tart fruit flavor to traditional ginger cookies.Get the recipe
Buffalo Chip Cookies
This Buffalo Chip Cookies fall into the category of kitchen sink cookies, which means that basically you can toss your favorite salties and sweets into the batter to for crisp-chewy cookies studded with everything from chocolate chips to nuts, dried fruit or even pretzels.
Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal Cookies with Chocolate Chips
Peanut butter and bananas make an awesome taste combination, but also keep these keep these chocolate chip-oatmeal cookies moist.
Brownie Chocolate Chip Cookies
Can't decide whether to bring chocolate chip cookies or brownies to the cookie swap? How about both?