Soft Pumpkin Cookies with a great spiced flavor. Perfect for fall! Includes a cookie baking tutorial video.
Espresso Snickerdoodles are heavenly little snickerdoodle cookies with just a hint of espresso.
Hamantaschen cookies are a tasty sugar cookie with a jelly filling.
The name of these cookies might seem a bit contradictory, but it perfectly describes these cookies. They are rich in flavor, with molasses, and lots of spices. Yummy winter cookies.
Buttery cookies with little tidbits of crunchy toffee.
Delicious soft cookies with a kick of espresso and chocolate chips. These healthier cookies are paleo-friendly and gluten-free.
Oatmeal Refrigerator Cookies are buttery and crisp – perfect for with a mug of hot cocoa on a cool day.
These delicate Meringue Cookies with Chocolate Chips look fancy, but as you’ll see, they are easy enough to make for any occasion.
Soft and delicious Old-Fashioned Oatmeal Raisin Cookies. I grew up eating these, and still love them to this day.
These Sorghum Spice Cookies are filled with rich flavor, and the perfect treat for fall.
Buttery, crunchy cookies that are perfect for dipping in milk. You’ll love these great big cookies!
These Lemon Crumbles are lemony oat bars with a mildly sweet, creamy filling.
These PALEO brownies are so good, you will absolutely fool your friends and family into thinking that you accidentally made “regular” brownies.
Paleo-friendly, moist and delicious brownies. You don’t have to give up dessert just because you are paleo. Simply do it in a smart way.
Buttery tender cookie bars with bits of candy cane. You’ll love these!
This skillet cookie combines all of your favorites – chocolate chip, peanut butter and oats for a delicious, super duper cookie experience.
Easy homemade peanut butter dog biscuits.
These snack-a-licious Candy Bar Oatmeal Cookies are a fantastic way to use up some of that holiday candy you have around the house.
I adore anything that combines coffee and chocolate, and these rich and moist espresso brownies do just that. I couldn’t think of a better recipe to be the first thing I baked in my new house.