Adding a bit of rum flavoring and replacing most of the cinnamon with nutmeg gives these popular crackled cookies a flavor reminiscent of eggnog.
This is the traditional sandy-crunchy peanut butter cookie. You can use all butter instead of butter and shortening, but the shortening makes a crunchier cookie.
Both gooey and elegant, with their jewel-like filling, Linzer Bars make an ideal cookie for the holidays—or any time of year.
This is my variation on the classic Toll House chocolate chip cookie recipe. It makes a cookie that is a bit less sweet and a little thicker and softer than the original. I also like to make the cookies a bit larger.
The most popular version of this recipe calls for crushed cornflakes, but I’ve always liked the combination of oats and butterscotch, so I use toasted oats cereal (such as Cheerios).