Florida’s cookies are a chill and slice cookie with zest and juice from key limes, dusted with confectioner’s sugar.
Washington, D.C.’s cookie is a star cutout with tart cherry bits and white chocolate stripes.
Delaware’s cookie is full of chocolate chunks and drizzled with homemade caramel sauce.
Connecticut’s cookie evokes flavors of eggnog: nutmeg, rum, and vanilla. Perfect for Christmas.
Colorado‘s cookie is a crispy, slightly sandy, gluten-free cookie with peanut butter and oats.
California’s cookie is shortbread with cinnamon, mini chocolate chips and a whole lot of chopped almonds.
Arkansas’s cookie is a caramel-stuffed chocolate crackle cookie rolled in chopped pecans.
Arizona’s cookie features ground pecans in its shortbread, a vanilla-orange glaze, and a gem-bright dollop of prickly pear jelly.
Alaska’s cookie has a scoop of vanilla ice cream, mixed berries, and a mound of toasty meringue on a cranberry-studded shortbread cookie base.
I think every cook or baker has a collection of recipes they know they’ll never get around to making. Whether it’s Pinterest boards, a cookbook addiction, or a subscription to a cooking magazine, delicious-looking recipes pile up. When Bob’s Red Mill brought out a list of cookie recipes for every state in the US I […]