A Cookie for Everyone
A great holiday cookie platter is a big mix — of flavors, textures, colors, and more. To put together the ultimate spread, choose one of the flavors below, then pick a few recipes from that category, making sure to select a variety of textures and styles. Repeat until you have a collection of recipes that every cookie eater — from the fudgy cookie fanatics to the snappy shortbread buffs — can dig in to.
Keto-Friendly Double-Dark Chocolate Cookies
Tailor-made for anybody who’s eating keto, these cookies are also great for people who are serious about their cocoa.Get the recipe
With a fashionable upgrade, the classic sablé gets a gorgeous look — with none of the piping.Get the recipe
Ginger-Molasses Biscoff Cookies
For fans of cookie butter spread (and soon-to-be fans of cookie butter spread).
Candied Ginger Shortbread
No scooping or rolling required! This six-ingredient cookie is shaped into one big round, then cut into wedges while warm.Get the recipe
Mochi-Stuffed Ube Crinkle Cookies
An ode to the flavor of ube: slightly fruity, slightly vanilla-y, yet completely distinct.Get the recipe
Neapolitan Sugar Cookie Bars
When you can’t choose between chocolate, vanilla, and raspberry ... don’t! These slightly cakey, slightly chewy glazed bars are the best of all worlds.
Organic Peanut Butter Chocolate Buttons
Good news: This nostalgic recipe works with that jar of natural peanut butter in your pantry.
Piped Vanilla Sugar Cookies
By piping shapes rather than decorating with royal icing, you ensure that your cookies turn out looking elegant (and not like a kids’ craft project gone wrong).
Double Lemon Thumbprints
When lemon cookies just aren’t lemony enough, fill them with tart curd. Major bonus points if you decorate them to look like little lemons.Get the recipe