New Mexico’s official state cookie is a crispy, sweet shortbread with strong vanilla and subtle anise and cinnamon flavors.
Author: Amber Sutton
New Jersey’s cookie is a sandwich cookie incorporating cannoli shell crumbs, chocolate chips, orange zest, and a ricotta-based cannoli filling.
New Hampshire’s cookie is a subtly spiced cookie sweetened with molasses. Less spicy than a ginger cookie, less darkly molasses-flavored than a hermit, with a crispy outside and soft inside.
Nevada’s cookie is a peanut butter oatmeal cookie loaded with colorful M&Ms and chocolate chips.
Nebraska’s cookie is a simple drop cookie filled with toffee bits that melt into a deliciously sticky and chewy mouthful of creme-brulee like flavor. Recipe source: https://www.bobsredmill.com/recipes/how-to-make/butter-brickle-cookies/ I made my Nana a batch of these for Christmas. She, like me, has a wicked sweet tooth and loves English toffee (also she is English). I have […]
Montana’s cookies are like trail mix in a cookie, with hearty oats, peanut butter and peanuts, tart dried cherries, and my own addition of dark chocolate chips.
Missouri’s cookie is a simple butter-free chocolate chip cookie with the earthy crunch of chopped walnuts.
Mississippi’s cookie is an ooey gooey chocolate and marshmallow frosted chocolate cookie with chocolate chips.
Minnesota’s Classic Spritz Cookies evoke the Danish Butter Cookies whose tins appear in supermarkets at Christmas and in sewing rooms holding buttons and other sewing notions. Crisp, buttery little mouthfuls that are all too easy to overeat.
Michigan’s cookie is moist and full of apple flavor thanks to shredded apple, apple cider, and a cider and brown sugar glaze.