Very thin and crispy cookies from France.
Drop cookies are named after the way they’re formed on the cookie sheet…by simply dropping it on your baking sheet in a mound. The dough for our drop cookie recipes is soft and generally flattens slightly during baking. Be sure to allow for some spreading of the dough. To prevent cookies from spreading too much during baking, make sure your baking sheet is cool…never drop the next batch of cookies onto a hot baking sheet. It’s also a good idea to line your baking sheet with parchment paper. This prevents sticking while also preventing the dough from spreading too much, as can happen on a greased baking sheet. Enjoy our exhaustive list of drop cookie recipes below!
Chewy, Texas-sized oatmeal cookies stuffed with nuts, coconut and chocolate chips.
A simple lemon-flavored drop cookie topped with lemon sugar made by whizzing sugar and lemon zest together in your food processor.
An oatmeal chocolate chip cookie with pecans that have a crispy but light and airy texture.
Small, bite-sized oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.
A melt-in-your-mouth shortbread cookie covered in powdered sugar.
Raisins, apples and spices in the mincemeat make this cookie moist and flavorful.
A chewy, loaded chocolate chip cookie with milk and semi-sweet chips, toffee bits and pecans.
Give this layered cookie mix for oatmeal chocolate chip cookies for a fun, inexpensive yet thoughtful gift.
A crispy oatmeal cookie with raisins and coconut.