Without fail, every time we grab a few cookies for dessert, my husband's first order of business is always to pour a tall glass of cold milk. It doesn't matter if it's chocolate-dipped shortbread, chewy oatmeal cookies, or jam-filled Linzer cookies, milk is a must. But really, who can blame him? Cookies are always better when partnered with a glass of milk — especially these 10 cookies.
Adding a double dose of chocolate and some toffee chips is the fastest (and most delicious!) way to make classic shortbread a decadent, over-the-top treat.
If there's one thing that can make a batch of chewy chocolate chip cookies even better, it's a glass of milk.
Before getting rolled in powdered sugar, these crinkle cookies are first coated with granulated sugar. The texture helps the powdered sugar really stick to the dough, and it adds the most irresistible delicate crisp shell around the cookie.
Thanks to a generous scoop of Biscoff spread, these cookies are packed with big brown sugar and butterscotch flavor in every bite.
These cookies were made with chocolate-lovers in mind. They have a deep chocolatey taste and warm caramel undertones, thanks to brown sugar.
A glass of milk comes in handy to balance out the sweet sugar coating on these buttery, nutty bite-sized cookies.
It's hard to imagine the holiday season without crisp gingerbread cookies, bursting with warm spices, molasses, and brown sugar. Try dipping them in a cool glass of milk and you won't regret it.
If you ask me, Linzer cookies take the award for the prettiest sandwich cookie,. But they're not all looks — these sweet-tart treats have an irresistibly rich, tender crumb with a hint of nuttiness.
Mandelbrot is the Eastern European cousin of Italian biscotti. While many people are quick to pair it with coffee and tea, a warm glass of milk also makes a fantastic partner.
When it comes to cookies, it's hard to beat a warm, freshly baked batch featuring the dynamic duo of oats and raisins.