There is nothing wrong with taking short-cuts when baking. These chewy, moist, and delicious cookies start with a cake mix and are loaded with dried berries, pecans, and chocolate chips. They are incredibly easy to make.
Chocolate Dipped Crescent Hearts are not only good for Valentine’s Day. You’ll want to keep this recipe on hand for any occasion. These cookies begin with refrigerated crescent rolls.
Little Peanut Butter Rolo Cups hold a hidden center of chocolate and caramel. The secret is to stuff chocolate-covered caramel candies into the center of a ball of peanut butter cookie dough, then bake in a mini-muffin tin rather than a cookie sheet.
There’s nothing like iced Snowflake Sugar Cookies for the holidays, and this recipe doesn’t disappoint. The dough works perfectly for all cut-out shapes, and the buttery flavor can’t be beat.
Use your cookie press to make fast work of chocolate spritz cookies for holidays or special occasions. Once you have baked the cookies, you can decorate them with icing, sprinkles, jimmies, or dip them in chocolate.
It is hard to believe these little peanut butter kisses cookie gems have only 5 ingredients and no flour. They are gluten-free, yet the perfect answer for anyone’s sweet tooth craving. Loaded with both peanut butter and chocolate, what is not to love in this traditional recipe?
Gold Rush Bars are the perfect fall or year-round dessert. These scrumptious bars have a center layer of dried apricots, figs, and dates sandwiched in between buttery cookie layers.
Chocolate Chip Meringue Cookies are light, airy, and melt in your mouth. Meringue cookies are ridiculously high in price at the grocery store. These little gems are cheap and easy to make at home.