15 Cookies you have never had before
Cranberries, paired with white chocolate chips, are a wintry treat made for hot cocoa and sledding in the snow.
1. White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies
Senbei can be stuffed with anything from wasabi to chocolate. Rice flour is used in these tea treats.
Locals have been flocking to Pizzeria Mozza for chef Nancy Silverton's rosemary pine nut cookies with a butterscotch budino.
3. Rosemary Pine Nut Cookies
These Swedish Christmas cookies are light and delicate, with a crunch from sugar crystals and crushed almonds.
4. Finska Pinnar
Lavender Earl Grey tea macarons are among the most popular. Cilantro and durian fruit are examples.
These delicious nutty Armenian tahini cookies are simple to make.
6. Tahini Cookies
These ingredients launched the Milk Bar empire in New York and Washington, but you can make your own at home.
7. Compost Cookies
Pumpkin adds moisture and chewiness to chocolate chip cookies.
8. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
Fruitcake is transformed into a cookie with soft dates, candied pineapple, cherries, and pecans.
9. Fruitcake Cookies
These crisp Indonesian cookies are named after elephant ears. Why are they so oddly shaped? Instead of baking, these cookies are fried.
10. Kuping Gajah
These easy-to-make Catalan marzipan cookies are drenched in coconut.
11. Panellets de Coco
These delicate Mexican wedding cookies are almost as sweet as the bride.
12. Mexican Wedding Cookies
Local bakers use mealworm flour to add extra protein to cookies and crackers in many parts of the world.
13.Worm Flour Cookies
These spongy cookies are made with almond flour and layers of apricot or raspberry jam.
14. Rainbow Cookies
Edible lavender flowers in the dough give simple shortbread a refined air.
15. Lavender Shortbread
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