Coconut, lime zest, and lime juice add amazing flavor to these bar cookies.
Store cooled cookies in an airtight container. They’ll stay fresh for up to a week—not that your family will be able to resist these for that long.
These chewy cookies get their crunch from a hidden surprise—crispy rice cereal (and chopped peanuts) mixed into the batter.
There’s nothing like homemade gingersnap cookies. Maximize your time in the kitchen: You can make the dough and refrigerate it for a couple days before baking.
Try this easy recipe that uses everyday tea bags: Take the leaves from Earl Grey tea bags and pulverize in the food processor with flour, sugar, and salt. Find out what other ingredients you need.
Want to delight the chocoholic in your life? This triple-threat cookie features cocoa, semisweet, and milk chocolates.
Lemon zest in the crust lends a bright pop to these simple bar cookies.
Customize these layer bars with your own favorite toppings: swap walnuts for pecans or butterscotch chips for the chocolate.