Topped with caramel prints and inspired by The Lion King, these cookies will let your child put his best paw forward on Valentine's Day.
Fashioned after Minnie's favorite dress, these heart-shaped polka-dotted cookies are the perfect party snack.
Crisp, moist and chewy, this cookie created by Georgene
Egri of Walnut Creek, California, has the essential ingredients
for the holidays: citrus, nuts and cranberries. These cookies
travel well for gift-giving and lunchboxes.
When your kids are jonesing to make yet another batch of holiday cookies but you're exhausted, replace the customary cookie dough with storebought piecrust. Kids still get the fun of cookie-making, but with less effort for you and less sugar for them.
Shortbread makes a great holiday gift. This recipe puts a twist on the classic baked treat by adding lemon and rosemary, but it's excellent even without them.
These Halloween cookies are a truly disgusting and tricky treat. But delicious and perfect for Halloween parties. Try this super simple and fast recipe from Short Order Mom.
Peanut butter and chocolate combine in these adorable little acorn-shaped candies. These Thanksgiving cookies are a perfect complement to any Autumn table. Get Anne Coleman's great recipe here.
These wholesome little snacks are simple to make and rival cookie dough eaten right out of the bowl.
I don't know anyone who doesn't like chocolate chip cookie dough. These are the perfect treat for dough lovers made without eggs and bite sized.
I came across cookies like these at the store recently and I wasn't willing to spend nearly four dollars for 12 cookies. In my house, they would be gone so fast it wouldn't be worth the cost. Just across from the cookies was a seasonal baking display filled with all sort of baking goods including cake mixes at a great sale price. I decided I could make those same cookies using my favorite cake mix cookie recipe, and I was right. The store version costs about 30 cents each and my homemade version is about 15 cents apiece.