Old recipe of unknown origins, with flavors of anise and sorghum syrup.
Refrigerator cookies are so named because logs of dough are placed in the fridge long enough to become solid enough to slice into round discs of dough to shape the cookies. The name “Icebox Cookies” hails from a different era, when our grandmothers and great-grandmothers had iceboxes, not refrigerators. We still hear them named so in many recipes, and we’ve kept it for historical interest and also because people still call them that!
Chocolate slice-and-bake cookies that resemble the Little Drummer Boy’s drum.
A slice-and-bake refrigerator cookie featuring oatmeal, coconut and your choice of nuts.
A slice-and-bake cookie with a lemony tang.
A slice-and-bake cookie with oatmeal, macadamia nuts and flaked coconut.
A melt-in-your-mouth shortbread cookie covered in powdered sugar.
Green, mint-flavored slice-and-bake cookies form a pinwheel pattern with crushed Oreos.
A refrigerator/icebox-type shortbread cookie with macadamia nuts and an espresso icing.