12 Days of Cookies

Photography By Jill Melton | Last Updated December 10, 2016
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First Family Ginger Cookies with Sorghum

These cookies from Chef Stephen Ward bake up thin and crispy with a nice sugar crunch--the perfect holiday cookie. To make even more special, fill with sorghum cream for festive sandwiches.

Almond Butter White Chocolate Cookies

It seems ridiculous to say, but I believe these are the best cookies I've ever made—and everyone who ate one agreed (Even my son, Sam, who shuns virtually everything I make). The combination of...

Malted Chocolate Sandwich Cookies

Here is a riff on a Martha Stewart recipe which, over the years, has morphed into this recipe that I nailed this year. The kids fought over them. My friend hoarded hers. Chewy malted chocolate cookies...

Salted Coconut Macaroons

I like to make these cookies small, maximizing the crunchy browned exterior, which is the best part.

Sorghum Molasses Cookies

These cookies are best right out of the oven while still warm and soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside. You can use molasses if you don’t have sorghum.

Jim's Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Cookies

These are these best peanut butter cookies ever. The use of cornstarch, which is gluten free, makes them crumbly and "short" by breaking up some of the gluten in the flour, hence making them a bit...

German Drop Cookies

These cookies are one of the few cookies my mom made around the holidays. Her mom made them, and so she did too. She calls them German Drop Cookies. Which I have too. Until this year. I'm officially...

Little Mosko’s Matzo Crack

This indulgence lives up to its name. It’s crunchy, sweet layers are easy to make and even easier to eat.
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