28 Cookie Recipes

Whether it’s the holidays or not, cookies are something that everyone loves and can keep on stuffing all the time! So, we decided to create a list of cookies you could try at home today! Bake it immediately after the batter is ready or store it in the freezer and bake them in batches whenever you want!

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1. Chocolate chip cookies

We had to start with the most famous and loved cookies all over the world! If you don’t have chocolate chips, that’s fine because you can just chop a bar of chocolate and add that to these cookies! This one not only gives a recipe but also the do’s and dont’s to bake the perfect cookies because we all know that it’s more of a science than an art!

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2. 3 Ingredient Coconut Macaroons

Many people often get confused between Macaroons and Macarons. Macaroons are basically cookies with lots of shredded coconuts and eggs beaten together. So this one’s an absolute treat for all the coconut lovers out there!

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3. Peanut butter cookies

After baking these peanut butter cookies, add a layer of strawberry or grape jelly between 2 cookies and serve it to the kids as an evening. Call them PB&J cookies!

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4. Ice-cream Cookie sandwiches

Calling this one the perfect synergy! If you don’t want to bake cookies and make the ice cream, you can always use store bought cookies and squish some store bought ice cream between two and serve them to your kids or guests!

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5. Soft and chewy double chocolate cookies

The world is divided into two types of people. One, who love soft and chewy cookies. For those who come under this category, try this recipe!

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6. Crispy cookies

And two, those who love thin and crispy cookies.

If you’ve tried it before and were not successful, this recipe also has a few tips that you might have overlooked in the past.

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7. Nutella Stuffed cookies

For all the Nutella lovers out there, this one’s a must try!

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8. Macarons

And Macarons, which originated in France, have a light crunchy exterior made from almond floor, eggs and sugar. They can be filled with either butter cream frosting, cream cheese frosting, ganache or even jruit jellies! There are tons of flavours you can try from raspberry and strawberry to lemon and coconut, not forgetting chocolate of course!

This recipe is for beginners!

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9. Kiss Cookies

The secret behind the chocolate not melting is that they are decorated in the end when the cookies are immediately out of the oven because they’re warm and soft then so the chocolate can easily be pressed and stuck to them.

This particular recipe is perfect for the Christmas holidays!

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10. Linzer cookies

Bake these melt-in-the-mouth jam filled cookies, wrap them in boxes and gift these boxes of cookies to all your neighbours and friends during the holidays!

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11. Gingerbread cookies

Yet another Christmas special! This one’s definitely going to be a major hit among the kids! Don’t forget to decorate these gingermen with royal icing. You can also use melted chocolate if you want!

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12. White chocolate chip cookies

Yes, you love chocolate chip cookies but have you ever tried white chocolate chip cookies? They’re a must try!

TIP: You can add macadamia nuts, cashews, almonds or any seed too, if you want!

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13. Crinkle cookies

And yet another recipe of chocolate cookies!

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14. M&M Cookies

If you’re thinking of baking and you haven’t considered m&m, you’re definitely missing out on something! It’s a major hit among all age groups!

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15. Honeycomb Sugar Cookies

These cookies would be perfect if you’re going for a Busy Bee-themed birthday party for your daughter! But you can make sugar cookies of absolutely any shape and decorate them with royal icing.

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16. Oatmeal cookies

Bake these cookies well in advance and make them a part of your kid’s tiffin!

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17. Marshmallow filled cookies

If you love S’mores, these marshmallow filled cookies should be on your bake-list without fail!

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18. Pinwheel cookies

It seems complicated but they’re actually really easy to make. All you have to do is roll two different colours of dough and add one on top of another and roll them! That’s it! That’s the secret! Now if you don’t want to go for a red one, you can always try different colours according to the occasion!

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You can also try the Rainbow Heart cookies as they’re quite similar to the pinwheel ones.

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19. Cookie cups

Are you a fan of tarts?  Well, this ain’t one but they look quite similar and taste absolutely delicious! Will these cookie cups with ganache, jam, cream cheese or whipped cream! Don’t forget to top it off with a cherry or m&m! If you don’t have either, you can garnish it with some grated chocolate or chocolate chips too!

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20. Cookies dipped in chocolate

They really isn’t any end to the types of holiday cookies! You can always make a dozen of each type of cookies if you want! These cookies dipped in chocolate are loved by adults and children, so give it a shot!

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21. Matchstick cookies

You can also dip these matchstick cookies in ganache or any flavoured chocolate!

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22. Strawberry Almond Mushroom Cookies

These cookies are perfect if you’re planning a fairy-themed birthday party for your kid!

Check out 14 Best Birthday Themes and Cakes for 2 To 6-Year-Old Girls

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23. Lemon cookies with cream cheese frosting

For those who seek a tangy yet sweet something, this one’s a must-try!

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24. Flourless Chocolate chip oatmeal cookies

For those who are strictly avoiding gluten but cannot get rid of cookies, this one’s a must-try! Plus it has oats in them too!

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25. Bear shaped Cookies with Almonds

These bear-shaped cookies can be converted into bunny-shaped almond cookies and be added to a Bunny themed birthday party for your daughter’s first birthday!

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26. Mini chocolate thumbprint cookies

Another way to bake thumbprint cookies is to cover the dough with hazelnuts and add some Nutella instead of chocolate!

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27. Biscoff explosion cookies

If you don’t have biscoff you can always go for chocolate almond butter or caramel to these cookies!

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28. Red velvet cookies with cream cheese filling

One cannot miss out on the red velvet cookies from the list of course! If you’re planning a Car themed birthday party for your little one, this would make a great idea for the party! If you’re going for a Frozen themed party you can also go for blue velvet cookies filled with cream cheese frosting.

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Let us know which one’s your favourite or feel free to tell us if we’ve missed something out from the list in the comment box below!

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