# Cookie recipes
Four Ingredient - Easy Carmelitas
Okay, so I’m cheating a bit here - I mean were all busy right? Either with work, deadlines, kids, after school activities, everyday life, etc. etc.? It’s okay if we take a few short cuts now and then. There is absolutely no reason to beat yourself up for cutting a few corners. Sometimes we just need quick and easy .... and in this case “DeeeLicious”. These cookie bars have only 4 ingredients, they come together fast and are perfect for the lunchbox, after school snack or after dinner dessert (especially if you add a bit of ice cream on top, yum-o).
Soft & Chewy - Chocolate Chip Cookies 🍪
I have been making chocolate chip cookies since I was a kid. In fact it was the first actual item I ever baked. My dad and older brother loved chocolate chip cookies, so I really liked making these to put smiles on their faces (or when i got in trouble or needed something - hey, I’m human!). Now my children and spouse are who I try to get to smile with my baking. Over the many years of making chocolate chip cookies I have tweaked my recipe to make my cookies the the most delicious, chewy, indulgent cookies you’ll ever put in your mouth. I know, I know I’m bias. Let’s face it everyone has their “go to” chocolate chip cookie recipes, but these are thick, soft and chewy with chocolate in every bite and here’s the secret....
Amish Sugar Cookies
I was gifted this recipe from a dear friend who is a phenomenal baker, after I single handedly annulated a plateful of these Amish sugar cookies. I mean I sat at the table with a cup of coffee and ate the entire plate of cookies, didn't even come up for air.... absolutely no regrets.... I was lucky enough to find a plate of these at my door the following week with the recipe. These are the only sugar cookies I make, they come together quickly, easy to make with simple pantry ingredients.
Chocolate Chip Cookie - Cheesecake Bars🤯
This recipe is going to blow your mind and kick your taste buds into overdrive! This is a family favorite, super easy to make, comes together quickly and best of all combines two of my favorite things, chocolate chip cookies and cheesecake. Prepare to have your mind blown!🤯
Homemade vanilla wafers
Today, I am making homemade vanilla wafers, because you can't have a southern winter holiday without making a good old-fashioned banana pudding, banana cream pie, or a banana split cake! And well, my recipes for those three goodies all require vanilla wafers.
Magic Cookie Bars 🪄
I love the holidays. Everyone is cheerful and on best behavior, I love all the bright lights and decorations, it's hard to not get into the spirit with all the hustle and bustle going on around you. Every year at this time my mom would make magic cookie bars for us kids. Something about this recipe brings back a sense of nostalgia, our days were simpler, the excitement of the holidays was in full force and really all we had to do was be kids. Not going to lie there are plenty of days, I wish I could just be a kid again.
Homemade butter cookies
Four ingredients are all it takes to make a yummy batch of butter cookies. The ingredients are mixed in one bowl. So, there's little clean-up involved. Although, these may be one of the simplest batch of cookies that you can create, they're full of that nostalgic buttery flavor that most people enjoy, especially around the holidays.
Easy Holiday Cookies- 4 Ingredient Amaretti
This super easy recipe was one I tried out from The Modern Nonna. They are so much easier than the standard amaretti I made in the past and are a great texture and consisitency. <a href="https://www.themodernnonna.com/4-ingredient-amaretti-cookies">https://www.themodernnonna.com/4-ingredient-amaretti-cookies</a>/ <a href="https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ohanaeatzb">https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ohanaeatzb</a> Music:Italian Morning-Twin Musicom
Chocolate chip butter cookies
Chocolate chip butter cookies are the perfect start to bake your way into the holiday season! These cookies are simply delightful and so yummy. They have a buttery sweet flavor and a gooey chocolate chip in every bite. Betcha can't eat just one!
Holiday snowball cookies
Put on your favorite holiday music and let's take a walk through an imaginary winter wonderland to create some edible snowballs together. This is an early 1900s vintage holiday recipe that's still being made all over the world. The recipe has probably been tweaked a million plus times since it first originated. The cookies taste buttery, rich and they're satisfyingly delicious. Plus, they're delightfully fun and simple to prepare. So, let's get started!
Homemade sugar cookies with rainbow sprinkles
Homemade sugar cookies with rainbow sprinkles/Gin Lee. This recipe makes about three and a half dozen cookies, depending on the size of your cookie cutters. Once they're baked and allowed to cool, you can add decorative frosting on them. They're yummy either way. This is the same recipe that I make Halloween shaped cookies from and instead of using the rainbow sprinkles, I use Halloween sprinkles.
Sugar-free rainbow sprinkled cake cookies
This cookie recipe isn't just fun to create, but they're also a blast to eat. The cookies taste like a cake, but they're a cookie. How sweet is that? They remind me of the homemade cakes that my mom always makes for my birthday. I made these cake cookies from a sugar-free yellow boxed cake mix and then added sugar-free rainbow sprinkles. I think that a funfetti cake mix would work out about the same, but the cookies wouldn't be sugar free and they'd also be white instead of yellow. I always prefer to create sugar-free baked treats, because my husband is a borderline diabetic. However, if sugar isn't harmful to your diet, feel free to use a regular cake mix, along with regular candy sprinkles instead of using sugar-free.