These cookies are perfect to ship to loved ones too. Just think how much your college student would love to get a box of these cookies! Just pack them in tightly sealed plastic bags, then put the bags into a sealed plastic box.
Cookie Jar Cookies
- The Best Chocolate Chip Cookies
Yes, these really are the best. Ground oatmeal and ground white chocolate add fabulous texture. And they ship well too; be sure to read the review by Deanna456.
- My Mom's Oatmeal Cookies
There's something about the combination of ingredients in this recipe that makes it chewy, tender, and crisp at the same time. This is the only oatmeal cookie recipe I make. For good reason!
- M&M Cookies
Chocolate chip cookies are usually my cookie of choice, but these run a very close second. And they're so pretty! You can style them according to the occasion by using different colored candies.
- Grandma's Sugar Cookies
This is my Grandmother Matha's recipe for sugar cookies. They are so tender with a fabulous slightly chewy texture. I love to frost them (but then they don't do as well in the cookie jar!).
A version of this cookie has been around for decades. Cream of tartar makes them slightly crisp. They're rolled in cinnamon sugar before baking for the perfect finishing touch.
- Date Oatmeal Cookies
These old-fashioned cookies are so good and easy. They can be formed into balls and baked, or increase the milk a bit and make them drop cookies. Either way, they're perfect for the cookie jar!
- Crisp Peanut Butter Cookies
Flaked rice cereal adds a bit of crunch two these tender cookies. They use honey instead of sugar, and whole wheat flour; so they're kind of good for you too!
- White Chocolate Cashew Cookies
What could be better than white chocolate and cashews in a tender brown sugar cookie? Nothing!
- Ginger Cookies
Crystallized ginger and ground ginger add fabulous flavor to these chewy and tender cookies. Omit the frosting to put these cookies into the cookie jar.
- Monster Cookies
These large cookies are filled with crushed pretzels, corn flakes cereal, and four kinds of chocolate chips. Yum.
- Malted Milk Cookies
These cookies have malted milk powder and crushed malted milk balls for fabulous flavor. Omit the frosting if you want to put them in a cookie jar.
- Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies
This cookie really is delicious. Omit the chocolate and peanut butter filling to make double the number of cookies and fill up two cookie jars!
- Applesauce Granola Cookies
Applesauce and granola, along with just a tiny of molasses, make these cookies delicious, chewy, and crunchy at the same time.
- Oatmeal Butter Cookies
Okay, so there is another oatmeal cookie I make: this recipe, from my Grandmother Clara. It's a simpler cookie with a rich butter and brown sugar flavor.
- Peanut Butter Cookies From a Mix
My Homemade Cookie Mix is perfect for making lots of cookie jar cookies. These peanut butter cookies are my fav.
- M&M Brownie Cookies
A combination of brownies and M&M candies makes these cookies simply spectacular.