6 Cookie Recipes to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

By Ellie Sher December 5th, 2013

Ever wonder who stole the cookies from the cookie jar? With bites as decadent as these, the culprit could be any one of little cookie monsters in your home.

1. Peanut Butter S’mores



Transform the traditional campfire specialty into a year-round treat with these nutty sandwich cookies, loaded with luscious peanut butter-marshmallow cream and rich chocolate pieces. Prepare to be floored -- after one bite you’ll be begging for s’more. Watch how they're made, above!

Get the Recipe: Peanut Butter S'mores

2. Lemon Cardamom Shortbread



These two-bite delights explode with flavors of zesty lemon and spicy cardamom.  The brightness of the lemon is carried through to the finish as these feisty sweets are dusted with an invigorating lemon sugar.

Get the Recipe: Lemon Cardamom Shortbread

3. King Chocolate Chip



Say hello to a chocolate lover’s nirvana! Chock-full of bittersweet chocolate, these 3.5-ounce slabs are the Bentley of chocolate chip cookies. Top with delicate sprinkling of sea salt for an over-the-top finish.

Get the Recipe: King Chocolate Chip

4. 7 Layer Cookie Bars



Get ready for 7 – yep, you heard that right – layers of goodness: gooey blondie bars, chopped walnuts, mini chocolate chips, slivered almonds, butterscotch chips, coconut flakes, and irresistible sweetened condensed milk. Now that’s a mouthful.

Get the Recipe: 7 Layer Cookie Bars

5. Peanut Butter Sandwiches



Peanut butter lovers, rejoice! These hefty sandwich cookies deliver a double dose of creamy nut butter – first in the homemade cookie dough and then as the base for the mouth-watering cream filling.

Get the Recipe: 7 Layer Sandwiches

6. Chocolate Crinkles



Crunchy on the outside but soft and chewy on the inside, these chocolate kisses boast an intensely rich cocoa flavor. Rolled in powdered sugar, these festive bites make for a lovely party dessert or a welcome addition to any school lunch.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate Crinkles

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