Buttery, nutty, crispy, soft and chewy—these cookie recipes run the gamut from classic gooey chocolate chip to new updates of old favorites.
Soft & Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies
The key to the chewy, gooey appeal of this recipe is a combination of the bitter chocolate chips and the high-fat butter (look for butters labeled European-style, or indicating 80 percent or more butterfat). See the recipe for Soft and Chewy Chocolate Chip cookies »
Neiman Marcus Cookies
The origin of these legendary cookies is hotly debated, but their sheer tastiness stands the test of time. The secret ingredient? Blended oats, which lends a wonderful nutty flavor to the traditional chocolate chip cookie. See the recipe for Neiman Marcus Cookies »
Incorporating an interesting array of ingredients, such as rolled oats, chopped pecans and flaked coconut, this hearty recipe is a favorite of former first lady Laura Bush. Oatmeal chocolate chip cookie fans, this one’s for you.
Zingerman’s Funky Chunky Dark Chocolate Cookies
Something about the richness and varied flavor of these cookies seems to make them work best when they’re made delightfully oversized. Generous chunks of chocolate and toasted walnut halves elevate this standard recipe into something great. See the recipe for Zingerman’s Funky Chunky Dark Chocolate Cookies »