South Carolina’s cookie is a spicy molasses cookie stuffed with rich, creamy chocolate hazelnut spread.
Rhode Island’s cookie is a filled shortbread cookie traditionally made for the Jewish holiday of Purim, with a tangy cranberry and walnut filling in place of the traditional poppyseed.
Oklahoma’s cookie is a thumbprint filled with a pecan pie-like filling with mini chocolate chips.
Ohio’s cookie is a bar version of The Buckeye State’s buckeye candy: a shortbread base with a creamy peanut butter layer topped with fudgy chocolate.
North Dakota’s cookie is a simple cutout sugar cookie sandwiching tangy strawberry rhubarb jam.
New York’s cookie is a snickerdoodle stuffed with an apple pie filling.
New Mexico’s official state cookie is a crispy, sweet shortbread with strong vanilla and subtle anise and cinnamon flavors.
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.
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 […]