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Cookies and Brownies - Page 2 of 26

  • Moveable Feast

    Chocolate Butter Pecan Sandwich Cookies

    These chocolate pecan cookies are one of the best-loved cookies in the bakery—chocolaty, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth wafers sandwiched around a mellow, creamy, brown butter pecan filling. A sandwich cookie, by nature,…

  • Recipe

    Vanilla Slice-and-Bake Cookies

    From this basic recipe you can create dozens of different cookies; see the variations below for different flavors. For more texture and flavor, you can also roll logs of raw…

  • Recipe

    Vanilla Cut-Out Cookies

    These classic holiday cookies can be cut into any size and shape, and you can change the flavor of the dough with one of the variations below. Then decorate them…

  • Recipe

    Vanilla Drop Cookies

    These tender little cookies are the easiest route to holiday cookie success because they require no rolling, chilling, or cutting. For an elegant look, dip the tops of the unbaked…

  • How-To

    How to Decorate Holiday Cookies

    Abby Dodge shares tips and tricks for shaping and decorating Christmas cookies (slice-and-bakes, cut-outs, and drop cookies).

  • Recipe

    Mint Chocolate Macarons

  • Recipe

    Passionfruit-Mango Macarons

  • Recipe

    Vanilla-Bean Sablé Cookies

    These simple French shortbread cookies are a revelation when made with the very best ingredients: high-fat European-style butter, sea salt, and plump vanilla beans. If you like, you can substitute…

  • Recipe

    Crisp-Toasted Almond Wonton Crisps

    Serve these simple wonton triangles by themselves, with tea, or with sliced fruit and/or ice cream or sorbet.  

  • Recipe

    Warm Chocolate-Stout Brownie Sundaes

    Stout not only gives these brownies a moist texture but also serves as the base for an unusual chocolate sauce. If you can’t find chocolate stout, regular stout is fine.