A Cookie For the Lunchbox: 20 Favorite Cookie Recipes
We love to have a small treat waiting in our lunchbox at midday, or to send a loved one off to work or school with something sweet. From extra-special marshmallow Mallomars to easy Earl Grey Tea CookiesEarl Grey tea shortbread, and from husband-winning peanut butter cookies to snickerdoodles, these are 20 favorites from our own archives to sweeten up that first week back to school.
20 Favorite Cookies
• Peanut Butter & Fudge Oatmeal Cookies – Oatmeal cookies with a dollop of chewy fudge on top.
• Husband-Winning Peanut Butter Cookies – Chewy, dense peanut butter cookies.
• Brown Sugar Cookies with a Touch of Whole Wheat – Softer sugar cookies, and great with a dollop of cream cheese icing.
• Best Cut-Out Sugar Cookies – Truly the best — it’s a great recipe for cut-outs!
• Peanut Butter Oatmeal Monster Cookies – A nearly gluten-free recipe of peanut butter and oats. (Use GF oats.)
• Super-Soft Snickerdoodle Cookies – Ultra-soft and chewy snickerdoodles.
• Chocolate Chip Cookies (No Mixer!) – The ultimate classic, and just in case you don’t want to drag out the mixer, this recipe doesn’t call for one.
• Sensational Peanut Butter Cookies – No flour, no butter!
• Homemade Mallomars – Gooey, chewy, chocolate-covered marshmallow.
• Mini Molasses Cookies with Lemon Filling – Spicy molasses cookies with tart lemon filling.
• Gluten-Free Chocolate Whoopie Pies with Marshmallow Filling – Chocolate gluten-free cookies with marshmallow fluff.
• Cardamom-Vanilla Shortbread with White Chocolate and Rose Petals – Delicate and lovely!
• Rosemary-Walnut Brown Butter Cookies – These are killer good.
• Chocolate Chip and Toffee Shortbread Cookies – Not too sweet, and very moreish.
• Dark Chocolate Walnut Cookies – Peppy and bittersweet, these are a great afternoon pick-me-up.
• Spiced Mexican Wedding Cakes – A quicker version of that classic cookie.
• Earl Grey Tea Cookies – These are such a snap; you make them in your food processor.
What’s your favorite cookie for the lunchbox or the mid-afternoon tea break?
Originally published August 24, 2010.
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