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Get the recipe: Rainbow Slice-and-Bake Cookies

Few can resist the lure of toasted marshmallows over smooth chocolate and sweet, crunchy graham crackers. Ree ups the ante on this easy dessert by adding peanut butter to the classic combo and dipping the s’mores in white and milk chocolate.

Get the recipe: Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter S’mores

Get the recipe: Copycat Lofthouse Cookies

These chewy, white chocolate-stuffed brownie-like treats will be a favorite with kids and adults alike. For less mess, make these sandwich cookies ahead and refrigerate until dessert.

Get the recipe: Chocolate Brownie Sandwich Cookies with White Chocolate Ganache and Strawberry Jam

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Get the recipe: Sprinkle Cookies

For an easy treat, Ree bakes the peanut butter cookie dough in mini muffin cups, then presses the chocolate peanut butter cups into the center of the cookies while the dough is still warm.

Get the recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

Get the recipe: Confetti Whoopie Pies

Get the recipe: Panda Slice-and-Bake Cookies

Get the recipe: Cinnamon Roll-Up Cookies

Get the recipe: Chocolate Sandwich Cookies

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Get the recipe: Tahini Chocolate Chip Cookies

No one can deny the convenience of pre-made cookie dough, but try Ree’s easy-to-slice-and-bake homemade cookies and it’ll be hard to go back to store-bought stuff. For a burst of color, try adding chopped chocolate candies (like M&M’s) before rolling the dough into a cylinder and refrigerating or freezing for later use.

Get the recipe: Delicious Sliced ​​and Baked Cookies

Get the recipe: No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

Get the recipe: Cinnamon Cookies

Ree named this colorful confection after the baking method, which involves spreading melted chocolate chips over a buttery cookie crust with a spatula to form a layer of sweet chocolate. Add your favorite toppings while the chocolate is still hot – that way they’ll stick to the top.

Get the recipe: spreads

Turn the classic shortbread cookie into a cute treat for kids by cutting the dough into flower shapes and decorating them with sweet frosting and yellow white chocolate buttons.

Get the recipe: Daisy Shortbread Cookies

Get the recipe: Crazy Cookies

Get the recipe: Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Cookies

Get the recipe: Lizzie’s Chocolate Pinwheel Cookies

Made with powdered sugar, Giada’s Sweet Homemade Frosting will put these buttery cookies on edge. Divide the prepared frosting into a few bowls and add different shades of food coloring to each. Kids will love showing off their artistic skills by frosting their own cookies and decorating them with candy toppings.

Get the recipe: Animal Sugar Cookies

Damaris bakes her chewy chocolate chip cherry cookies in mini pans. “Nothing is as fun as individual desserts,” she says. When making the dough, hide some oats in the mixture – they’ll add great texture and fiber, but the kids won’t even notice.

Get the recipe: Chocolate Chip Cherry Cast Iron Cookies

Get the recipe: Crunchy Grain-Free Treats