The classic peanut butter blossom gets a holiday twist with chocolate and peppermint flavors. Add a hint of peppermint extract to the chocolate cookies for true mint fans. For extra decadence, drizzle with our minty chocolate icing.
These gorgeous cookies start with a simple shortbread cookie. Spoon red raspberry jam into thumbprint indentations and drizzle with icing for a yummy, bite-sized delight.
Editors tip: For the most tender result be careful not to over-knead your dough.
Chocoholics dream of cookies this rich and chocolaty. They start with refrigerated cookie dough, and feature festive sprinkles and an irresistible candy center. Each batch takes just eight minutes to bake.
Put a fresh spin on classic chocolate chip cookies with white chocolate. These quick cookies blend smooth white chocolate chips with rich macadamia nuts for a truly tasty cookie. Reduce holiday stress by making these cookies ahead of time and storing them in the freezer for up to 3 months.
The oh-so-popular snickerdoodle is transformed into a scrumptious and easy-to-make cookie sandwich.
In this modern spin on pfeffernusse, white pepper adds subtle zip, while ginger and honey keep things sweet.
Orange peel adds a touch of zest to this tender shortbread, filled with chopped pecans, and topped with coarse sugar.
Red currant jelly, melted and cooled, replaces the traditional chocolate center in this buttery cookie.
Candied cherries fill the center of these buttery cookies. Finely shredded orange peel mixed into the dough adds a touch of zest.
Rose water, a distillation made from rose petals, blesses these cookies with a distinctive fragrant, floral flavor.
Serve these bite-size treats with afternoon coffee or give them as gifts.
A warm and buttery mixture of nuts, vanilla, and brown sugar tops these simple shortbread stacks. Chipotle powder adds a touch of heat.
A Christmas favorite -- gingerbread -- puts a festive spin on classic chocolate chunk cookies. Dried cherries add a tart twist.
This sophisticated dessert is just right for a special occasion. Pear and ginger are classic partners, and this dessert features a delightful melange of flavors and textures.
Here's an easy way to spice up classic thumbprint cookies: Stir almond butter and ground almonds into your dough.
For a fresh spin on a holiday classic -- snickerdoodle cookies -- try these cinnamon-spiced chocolaty treats.