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It's National Cookie Day. Need we say more?
We don’t need an excuse to eat cookies, but when an opportunity comes along (a.k.a. National Cookie Day on December 4), you better believe we’ll take advantage of it. To celebrate this wondrous occasion, we’ve scoured the WL Recipe Finder to bring you nine of the most delicious recipes that are sure to satisfy your cookie cravings.
Who doesn’t love a decadent fudge cookie? For those of you who are not fans of gluten, don’t worry. This recipe from Pikanik bakery is entirely gluten-free.
These easy-to-bake, melt-in-your-mouth toffee almond cookies from Purebread Bakery are the perfect addition to this cookie-themed day.
You don’t need fancy icing to decorate these chocolate cookies. Dusting them with icing sugar before baking will create a nice crinkle effect. We bet you can’t eat just one!
This classic holiday recipe can be enjoyed any day of the year. Let your imagination flow when it comes time to form the dough–this cookie will keep its shape after being baked.
You can’t go wrong with this infamous cookie from Milk Bar: smooth milk chocolate chips will melt in your mouth with every bite. Make sure you have a glass of milk nearby.
There’s nothing quite like helping mom mix all the ingredients together and waiting impatiently for the cookies to be done. Ahhh, memories. These gingerbread cookies from Audrey Falkenberg (mother of interior designer Chad Falkenberg) will be sure take you down memory lane.
Add a touch of the citrusy Earl Grey to your shortbread cookie recipe. And then enjoy them with a nice warm cup of Earl Grey tea.
These ginger molasses cookies, made with cinnamon, ginger and brown sugar, will make you feel warm and fuzzy as soon as the smell hits your nose.
A cookie is still a cookie, no matter its shape or size. These almond tuiles from the À la Mère de Famille sweet shop in Paris, France will make your sweet tooth very happy come National Cookie Day.
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