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These giant cookies aren't for the faint of heart.
No-bake cookies made from gooey caramel, creamy milk chocolate, and crunchy rice.
Fig cookies that taste as cakey and soft as you remember.
Sweet whole wheat crackers, covered in your favorite chocolate.
A fast and easy recipe for old-school chocolate chip cookies.
How to make the world's best caramelized biscuits.
At last: homemade cookie butter as thick and creamy as the stuff in a jar.
Warm and chewy brown sugar cookies really hit the spot, and in only 30 minutes.
Use a food processor to make ultra-thin chocolate chip cookies that are delicate and crisp.
Chewy on the inside, crunchy on the outside, coconutty all the way through.
Thick and chewy oatmeal cookies with crispy edges and butterscotch-y middles.
Coconut, chocolate chips, pecans, and a graham cracker base.
This rugelach has a tender, buttery dough and a rich chocolate filling.
Chocolate and vanilla, together forever.
Fragrant, chocolaty, and rich (but just a little playful, too).
Cakey-cookie lovers, unite!
These snickerdoodles have crispy edges and chewy middles, with a rich and tender crumb beneath their shimmery crusts.
Hazelnut oil is just one of the special ingredients in these rich and nutty ice cream cones.
Improve royal icing with a few simple tweaks.
This recipe replicates the familiar flavors of Twix, but with high quality dark chocolate, buttery homemade caramel, and crisp, flavor-packed shortbread cookies.
In a cast iron skillet, classic chocolate chip cookie dough bakes up extra chewy and crisp around the edges.
Nine ooey, gooey, chocolate chip cookie recipes.
Buttery shortbread, chocolate-covered digestive biscuits, and even homemade Chipwiches can all be yours if you keep egg-free.
The best holiday cookie recipes, whether you're giving them, swapping them, or keeping them all to yourself.
Never bite into a dull, dry deli-case rugelach again.
Join Kenji Lopez-Alt and Katie Quinn as they break down the science behind our excellent chocolate chip cookies.
How baking on parchment versus silicone can affect the color, texture, and size of a cookie.
When one or two cookies spread, brown, and rise differently from the rest, don't blame the oven—brush up on your technique!
How to mix and match cookie styles for the best holiday assortment.
Forget the North Pole—the magic of Santa's workshop is right in your kitchen.
Make the most of your time in the kitchen with a few simple tips for holiday cookie baking.
What are those eggs doing in your cookie dough?
Different sugars do very different things in cookie doughs.
Answers to all your baking powder questions.
The mysteries of baking soda explained.
The science behind creaming butter and sugar.
The Food Lab's guide to the ultimate chocolate chip cookie.
Who makes the best ready-to-bake cookie dough? We ate hundreds of cookies to find out.