These cookies are simple and easy to make all year long! 4 ingredient peanut butter cookies are the best peanut butter cookies and easy to make! These classic peanut butter cookies are made with ingredients probably right from your kitchen, and are the best ever to eat!
Cookies are delicious and chocolate chip are the best. With so many choices out there...what is a cookie eater to do? Well, here are some breakdowns that might assist in helping make your snacking decisions.
Pizzelle (wafer) cookies have been enjoyed for centuries and remain extremely popular today. Read more to learn how to turn these simple treats into elegant desserts that everyone will love.
If you want the best Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies EVER, then look no further! These chocolate chunk cookies use lots of butter for a delicious soft and crumbly Chocolate Chip Cookie! Learn the secrets to baking the best homemade cookies ever with this easy to follow step-by-step Chocolate Chip...
This best-ever M&M cookie recipe makes irresistible cookies. Don't bake them unless you are prepared to eat them...LOL!
This article is all about homemade fortune cookies. It includes recipes and tutorials for cookies you can eat as well as cookies made out of paper, cotton fabric, felt, and soap. There are lots of photos and resources.
Widely known as an excellent source of antioxidants, green tea slows down aging and aids in preventing heart disease, strokes and cancers. Instead of drinking green tea, you can consume green tea in the form of cakes, ice-cream, jelly or cookies using the green tea powder. Here are a few green tea...
For the sweet tooth in your family, two easy to make recipes with photo instructions. Chocolate coconut macaroon cookies that melt in your mouth along with chocolate peanut butter fudge that tastes like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.
This is a favorite recipe that can be a scone or a cookie and can take many variations. Enjoy!
Swedish Thins or pepparkakor as we call them are a "must have" during Advent and Christmas time. This biscuit has a long history in Sweden and since they are very tasty and easy to eat we also eat them all year around. Read on for recipe, history and fun facts about Swedish Thins.