A cookie can't get much better than this. Ours is brimming with brown sugar and gooey chocolate chip goodness. One bite, and you'll never go back to the store-bought stuff.
Meet the coolest cookie in town, featuring mini peanut butter cups, honey-roasted peanuts, and, of course, chocolate chips. These loaded cookies will be gone before you know it, so you might want to bake two batches.
Peanut butter? Check. Chocolate? Check. Cranberries? You bet! Our 30-calorie cocoa cookies have it all. Top them off with a chilly scoop of sweet strawberry ice cream for the grand finale.
You'll love the fluffy-fun texture of these soft cookies. The secret is shortening, which keeps these cookies extra moist and enhances their scrumptious cakelike flavor.
Watch and learn as we show you our Test Kitchen secrets to the perfect homemade chocolate chip cookie.
These cute bite-size chocolate chip cookies are studded with cherries to create one of the sweetest combinations ever imagined.
When it comes to these showstopping cookies, it's all about the chocolate. A combination of silky chocolate and toasty pecans creates the dough, while a decadent drizzle provides the oohs and aahs.
Crisp on the outside and moist on the inside, these golden jumbo cookies are overflowing with crunchy pistachios and chunks of rich milk chocolate. Make this cookie recipe ahead of your next gathering by storing cookies at room temp for 3 days or freezing for up to 3 months.
Surprisingly, the key ingredient in these cookies is margarine. Use firmer margarine for big, puffy cookies or soft, slightly melted margarine for flatter ones. Either way, your chocolate chip cookies will taste absolutely luscious.
Whole wheat flour, rolled oats, barley flour, and oat bran pack these yummy chocolate chip cookies with whole grain goodness. Stir in nuts and flaky coconut for a fix of sweet-and-salty flavor.
Whether you prefer some crunch with your chocolate chips or want to pull apart a melty cookie, we provide the one ingredient that makes the difference.
Double the chocolate means double the deliciousness. Using two types of chocolate, a sprinkle of cinnamon, and a handful of pecans, you can create a cookie that's melt-in-your-mouth good.
Almond granola and flaky rolled oats give these lunch box-perfect cookies a healthy spin. We even swap milk chocolate chips for dark chips for a delicious way to get a boost of antioxidants.
We go a little nutty over these golden macadamia cookies. Featuring vanilla-infused dough and melty white chocolate chips, these salty-sweet treats won't stick around for long.
The trick to perfect, golden edges? Softened butter. It butter folds into the dough more easily, making a crispier cookie.
Ground and sliced almonds add nutty flavor to these irresistible chocolate chip cookies. Make them ahead if you like; they freeze beautifully for up to 3 months.
Rich double-chocolate chip cookies are dipped in dark chocolate ganache to make them even more decadent. Serving them at a party or potluck? Let guests dip them themselves for a little fondue fun.
A can of pumpkin and a sprinkle of spices give classic chocolate chip cookies a fall makeover.
Add some spunk to everyday chocolate chip cookies by tossing chewy raisins, smooth peanut butter, and a dash of cinnamon into the dough. Store these potluck-perfect cookies in an airtight container for up to 2 days.
These simple cookies start with purchased chocolate chip cookie dough and take just 8 minutes to bake. Cocoa powder, sprinkles, and candies add lots of chocolaty goodness.
Dried banana chips add a fruity crunch to these four-ingredient, peanut butter-packed chocolate chip cookies. Roll them in sugar before baking for a scrumptious (and sparkly) finish.
These mouthwatering bars combine walnuts, macadamia nuts, white chocolate, and chocolate chips into one amazing treat. Grab one while they're warm -- these cookies will be gone before you know it!
Chocolate-lovers will go crazy over our chewy chocolate cookies. Studded with large chunks of bittersweet chocolate and made with rich cocoa powder, these cookies are sinfully delectable.