Santa called and said he would like some Frosted Butter Cookies! This is an easy small batch recipe for perfectly tender and sweet butter cookies. The cookie dough can be sliced and baked, rolled for cut-out cookies, or made into a drop cookie. Highly versatile and perfect for the holiday’s!
Gingerbread Cookies with Apple Cider Icing are a festive holiday favorite! The classic gingerbread cookie gets an upgrade with royal icing flavored with apple cider. This small batch of cookies yield a perfectly tender cookie with delicious molasses and spice flavor.
This small batch recipe for Snickerdoodles is another cookie classic that are great for the holiday’s! Snickerdoodles are essentially a sugar cookie highlighted with lots of cinnamon and a little tangy kick and the cookies are soft in the middle with perfectly crispy edges.
These Chocolate Crinkle Cookies are chewy, fudgy, and filled with double chocolate. This is a cookie must for your Christmas baking, and a delicious cookie to include in your festive cookie swap! And the small batch recipe makes eight perfect Chocolate Crinkles.
A soft small batch recipe for Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies made with pumpkin puree, oatmeal, chocolate chips, and dried cranberries.
Gingerbread Halloween Skeleton Cookies are a great break from all of the Halloween candy! This easy, small batch recipe for gingerbread cookies makes cookies that are tender and full of ginger flavor.
This small batch recipe for Soft Apple Cookies With Caramel Icing are filled with apple chunks and cozy fall spices then finished with a buttery caramel glaze.
A small batch of Pumpkin Spice Sugar Cookies with Maple Icing are a delicious way to welcome Fall! This is an easy cut out sugar cookie recipe that makes soft and tender cookies perfectly spiced with pumpkin pie spice.
Toasted Coconut Maple Macaroons are warm, toasty, and one of the easiest cookies you can make! The shredded coconut is toasted before the cookies are baked to add extra flavor and crunch to the final cookie. And pure maple syrup gives the cookies a rich and buttery flavor.
These Chocolate Sugar Cookie Sandwiches are a whole new take on the classic cookie sandwich. Soft chocolate sugar cookies are rolled in cinnamon sugar and filled with a creamy cinnamon cheesecake frosting.
These Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies may be the easiest small batch cookie recipe! With only a few ingredients needed, you can have crispy peanut butter cookies in 15 minutes. Add a little cinnamon or chocolate drizzle for a fancy kick to these delicious cookies!
These Soft Sugar Cookie Sandwiches are soft, chewy, and filled with a light vanilla butter free frosting. This is an easy small batch dessert that is perfect to celebrate any special occasion or holiday.
This small batch of soft and buttery Lemon Shortbread Cookies are highlighted with fresh lemon juice, plus zest! The cookies are light, bright, and easy to make – and they are perfect with a hot cup of tea!
This is an easy, one-bowl recipe for Small Batch Caramel Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies. 6 bakery-style cookies that are full of chocolate chips, and chewy caramel centers. Then finished with sea salt for a sweet and salty treat.
These Chocolate Cream Cheese Sugar Cookies are rich in chocolate flavor and are incredibly soft thanks to cream cheese! The cookies are sturdy and will keep their shape when cut into different shapes and sizes.
These Soft and Chewy Chocolate Crinkle Cookies are fudgy, soft and a great cookie for a Holiday cookie swap! The cookies get their deep cocoa flavor by using cocoa powder and chocolate chips.
This recipe for Soft Double Chocolate Chip Cookies makes the softest and most decadent chocolate cookies I have ever had! The recipe is from one of my fellow bloggers and bakers, Mimi Council. Her cookbook Cookies for Everyone is by far one of the best cookie cookbooks I have seen!
These Small Batch Flourless Chocolate Cookies are perfectly fudgy and only require 6 ingredients to make 6 decadent cookies! Just like a brownie, the cookies are soft and chewy with a crispy, crinkle top.