Top 10 Best Cookie Recipes on the Internet

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Yes, you read correctly, I’m sharing the top 10 best cookie recipes on the internet.

I know, that’s a big claim to make. However, I’ve personally made each and every one of the cookies listed below and can attest to their deliciousness.

I’ve included classic cookie recipes, holiday cookie recipes, and more. I hope you find your new favorite cookie recipe below.

1. Chewy French Toast Cookies

These chewy french toast cookies taste just like french toast, just in the form of sugar cookies. These cookies are a family favorite and a definite crowd-pleaser. Get the recipe from Accidental Happy Baker.


2. The Best Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

If you’re against flourless cookies, hear me out. After making these flourless peanut butter cookies, I prefer them over the classic peanut butter cookie! They are so peanut-buttery, sweet, and delicious. Get the recipe from Averie Cooks.

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3. Soft and Thick Snickerdoodles

It took me years of baking snickerdoodles before I found the perfect snickerdoodle recipe. I’ve found that most snickerdoodle recipes yield a flat cookie.

However, these snickerdoodles come out thick, soft, and chewy. They’re absolutely the best snickerdoodles I’ve ever had. Get the recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction.

snickerdoodle cookies

4. Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookies

I thought it would be fun if I shared my own photo of these pecan chocolate chip cookies. I’ve made these cookies many times and I just can’t get enough of them.

Brown butter is the secret ingredient that makes them taste so good. Get the recipe from House of Nash Eats.

chocolate chip pecan cookies

5. Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

If you’ve never made pumpkin whoopie pies, you have to make these cookies. These bad boys are so moist and decadent. My family loves them and I know yours will too. Get the recipe from Averie Cooks.

pumpkin whoopie pie

6. The Best Chocolate Chip Cookies

Okay guys, these actually are the best chocolate chip cookies. My husband and I love these cookies. They are so soft, chewy, and decadent. If you’re craving chocolate chip cookies, you have to make these. Get the recipe from The Domestic Rebel.

Another great chocolate chip cookie recipe is the chocolate chip cookie recipe from Dear Crissy.

chocolate chip cookies

7. Butter Pecan Cookies

I’m not sure if you can ever go wrong with butter pecan. I love butter pecan ice cream, cake, brownies, and now, these cookies. Not only will your family love these, but they also make great gifts for friends and coworkers. Get the recipe from Baker by Nature.

8. Oreo Peppermint Crunch Cookies

Everyone who loves peppermint and chocolate needs to make these cookies. Yes, these cookies are delicious, but if you’re a texture person like me, you’ll be happy to know that the texture is out of this world.

Making these cookies even more enjoyable to eat. Get the recipe from Inside Bru Crew Life.

Oreo Peppermint Crunch Cookies

9. Muddy Buddy Cookie

I’m a big fan of Muddy Buddies (also known as puppy chow). They’re just so addictive. These cookies are a take on the classic snack. Essentially, what you’re getting here is a soft peanut butter cookie, covered with chocolate and powdered sugar. Yum! Get the recipe from Together as Family.

10. Peanut Butter Cup Cookies

I’ve been making these peanut butter cup cookies for years; however, recently I decided to try out a new recipe. That’s when I found this recipe from Creations by Kara.

Wow, these cookies are amazing. In my house, we like to eat them when they’re warm and melty. Here’s a link to the mini muffin pan that I use for these cookies. Get the recipe from Creations by Kara.

peanut butter cup cookies

Bonus: Cinnamon Roll Sugar Cookies

These cinnamon roll sugar cookies look complicated, but they’re so easy to make.

This recipe combines two delicious desserts; cinnamon rolls and sugar cookies. What more could you ask for? Get the recipe from I Heart Naptime.

cinnamon roll cookies

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