Cookies should be fun and delicious, not stressful. ManTested's recipes for Best Basic Chocolate Chip Cookies or Buckeyes will deliver you the good parts--cookies!--without complications.
Homemade brownies with three times the chocolate as the regular brownie. Deliciously moist and fluffy, teens can't get enough of them.
Crispy on the outside, soft in the inside, spicy banana cookies.
This is our family's favorite Christmas cookie recipe from my wife's grandmother's collection of recipes. These are super easy to make with or without nuts... Plan on making 2 or more batches the first time, they won't last long!
Fudgy brownies are topped with a caramel layer, then chocolate chips and pecans.
These chewy nut bars with chocolate chips are great for breakfast or snacks, or just for a treat any time. They're really easy to put together.
Chocolate chip cookies with the flavor of bananas. I recommend using ripe bananas (the riper the better).
Fast and easy to make. A good recipe for kids to try. Chocolate and chewy and not too sweet.
The powerful aromas of coffee and vanilla make this cookie a breakfast treat favorite.
More of a bread stick than a cookie, but that's what Gramma used to call them.
Looking for the perfect stay-soft sugar cookie? LOOK NO FURTHER! These great sugar cookies stay soft for days, and are great alone or with Jen's Creamy Glaze (search site for recipe).
A very sweet cookie with Latin American flavors of rum and milk caramel. The special texture of these cookies will certainly please your taste. The milk caramel jam is a Hispanic sweet that we call dulce de leche.
These are the classic orange cookies spiced with nutmeg and anise seeds. Quick and easy; perfect for make Christmas presents.
If you're wondering what's so magic about these coconut and chocolate chip cookies, it's all about how easily they disappear.
Made these simple meringue cookies a few weeks ago. Turned out pretty good.
A deep chocolate peppermint cookie, reminiscent of a York(R) peppermint patty or Andes(R) candy.
These cookies have all the right elements: chewy, crispy, buttery, chocolatey, and tasty.
Six ingredients are all that are needed for these easy to make drop cookies. If you like pineapple, give these cookies a try!
It's deliciously easy and fun, especially for the kids. The added ingredients are chocolate bars, frosting and sprinkles. Wow! The layers look great when cutting out the squares for your guests.
This is the original recipe used by my grandmother Wasson to create my dad's favorite cookie. It took me years to get this one right too, but I'm glad I did. It is a holiday favorite among my family and friends.
Rich, nutty and simple cookies, perfect with coffee or tea.