5 Delicious Cookie Recipes

We love cookies. You love cookies. So why would we only eat them for dessert? Hearty breakfast cookies. Delicate tea cakes. Chocolate-dipped cookies best served with an after-dinner coffee. There’s a cookie for every meal of the day. We’ll help you kick off your 24-hour cookie spree with 5 amazing recipes from our favorite food bloggers.

1. Dark Chocolate Pistachio Sea Salt Cookies

Liberally infused with pistachios, crammed with chunks of dark chocolate and sprinkled with sea salt, Joy describes these slow bake cookies as “campfire meets fine dining.” We describe them as the perfect mix of sweet and salty. Thanks to Joy The Baker for sharing the photos and recipe for Dark Chocolate Pistachio Sea Salt Cookies.

2. Cinnamon Roll Sugar Cookies

They may have started as sugar cookies, but a sprinkle of cinnamon and brown sugar turns this treat into heavenly little cinnamon rolls. Topped with cream cheese frosting, these cookies are better than the real deal. Thanks to Picky Palate for sharing the photos and recipe for Cinnamon Roll Sugar Cookies.

3. Brown Butter Oatmeal Cookies Filled With Caramel and Peanut Butter

The best time to eat these cookies is straight out of the oven. It’s the only way to really appreciate the gooey goodness of caramel and peanut butter oozing from these buttery gems. Thanks to Bakeaholic Mama for sharing the photos and recipe for Brown Butter Oatmeal Cookies Filled With Caramel and Peanut Butter.

4. Kitsilano Cookies

Loaded with “healthy” ingredients like oats, sunflower seeds and dried fruit, we can almost convince ourselves that these cookies are good for us (if not for the heaping cups of sugar and chocolate chips). Thanks to Foodess for sharing the photos and recipe for Kitsilano Cookies.

5. Brown Butter Bourbon Spice Cookies

The balance of bourbon and spice makes this a great cookie for Fall. But, really, it’s so good we’d happily enjoy it any time of year. Thanks to Bake Your Day for sharing the photos and recipe for Brown Butter Bourbon Spice Cookies.

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