10 Types Of Cookies You Never Had
White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies
Nothing says it's the holidays like cranberries, and when matched with white chocolate chips, they're a wintry treat made for hot cocoa and sledding in the snow.
Japanese senbei can be either savory or sweet, and are stuffed with anything from wasabi to chocolate. Rice flour is the secret to these tea time temptations.
Rosemary Pine Nut Cookies
Angelenos have flocked to Pizzeria Mozza since its opening nearly a decade ago, and diners continue to fill the tables for chef Nancy Silverton's rosemary pine nut cookies
Cake flour makes these Swedish Christmas cookies extra light and dainty, while sprinkles of sugar crystals and crushed almonds give them a crunch perfect for Santa.
Delicate macarons come in every flavor under the sun, from dense, dark chocolate espresso to delicate lavender Earl Grey tea.
Armenian tahini cookies are so easy to make for these delicious nutty bites.
Oats, butterscotch chips, chocolate chips, potato chips and coffee grounds launched the Milk Bar empire in New York and Washington, but you can make your own at home.
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chocolate chip cookies become even more moist and chewy when pumpkin comes to the party.
The poor, misunderstood fruitcake is transformed when baked in cookie form; soft dates, candied pineapple, cherries, pecans and all.
Chocolate and vanilla come together for these crisp Indonesian cookies named after elephant ears. What gives them the unusual shape?