Cookies are love. As you may recall, from a previous post, I was raised to give baked goods as gifts. Finding out my friends’ favorite cookies, and bringing a big batch to a birthday party or baby shower or game night fills me with all the feels. There aren’t many occasions when cookies are not a good idea. And when I bake, I seek out the tastiest sweet things to share with the people I love.

Cookies = love. #BtheChange @cabotcheese

We’ve gathered up some of our favorite cookie recipes for sharing. Bring them to an office cookie swap, a volunteering event, a bake sale, or your next cookies-for-dinner evening (that’s a thing other people do, right?) Where ever you bring them, these are the kinds of treats that show you care.

Cabot CreameryGreek Yogurt Chocolate Chip Cookies

Family Spice - Sinful Chocolate Nutella Cookies
Kumquat - Flourless Chocolate Cookies
Eats Well With Others - Brown Sugar Cookies
Bun In My Oven - Cake Batter Cookies
Nutmeg Nanny - Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie S'mores
A Beautiful Plate - Four Citrus Coconut Shortbread Bars
The Little Kitchen - Meyer Lemon Madeleine Cookies
The Lemon Bowl - Peanut Butter Sea Salt Cookies
Dine & Dish - Raspberry Linzer Cookies
Julie's Eats & Treats - Chocolate Cherry Thumbprint Cookies
The Baker Chick - Malted Brown Butter Cookies
An Edible Mosaic - Florentine Lace Cookies
Mel's Kitchen Cafe - Classic Snickerdoodles
Rachel Cooks - Rhubarb Cardamom Shortbread Bars
Cupcakes & Kale Chips - Crackly Gingersnaps
King Arthur Flour - Maple Shortbread Sandwich Cookies
Divine Chocolate - S'mores Macarons

Cookie Recipes for Any Occasion

If you would like to learn more about Cabot Creamery Cooperative, get more delicious recipes, or take a virtual tour of some of our 1,000 farm families, click here. If you find a recipe that you love on our site, please rate and review it – we appreciate your feedback!You can also sign-up for our Newsletters so that you don’t miss a

Dr. Averill (aka <3Ave) is a long-time member of the Cabot team (ca. 2006) and a life-time lover of cheese (the sharper the better!). She’s always been moved by the Cabot commitment to the farmers, our communities, and making quality products. You can catch her on Twitter most of the time, where she leads the @cabotcheese tweeting. When she’s not talking cheese, she’s digging into the past, and just finished her PhD in History.

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