Peanut butter cookies with bits of crushed peanut brittle.
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!
Peanut Butter ‘N Brickle Cookies
Peanut butter cookies loaded with toffee bits, chocolate chips and nuts.
Peanut Butter Cookies
Classic peanut butter cookies with a crosshatch pattern.
Peanut butter in the dough, interspersed with peanut butter chips and salty peanuts.
A simple drop cookie with crushed pineapple and a pineapple glaze.
Potato Chip Cookies In a Jar
Cookie mix in a jar for gift giving, with potato chips and pecans!
Praline and maple flavor topped with a whole pecan half.
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
These are a moist pumpkin spice cookie with chocolate chips and recommended chocolate glaze.
Ricotta Cheese Cookies
Moist and airy; it’s quick, easy, delicious, and pretty. You can’t go wrong!
Chocolate Mint Chip Cookies
A minty double chocolate chip cookie.