Koulourakia

These Greek ribbon-shaped cookies, infused with orange zest and topped with sesame seeds, are traditionally eaten on Easter. Whether you bring them to gatherings or keep them at home, their uniqueness and great taste are bound to please any crowd!

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Coconut Macaroons

These flourless Italian cookies, which were originally made with almond paste, have evolved significantly over time. When coconut replaced the almond paste, they became world-famous, especially for European Jews at Passover. Today, our family enjoys them dipped in chocolate both during the Jewish holidays and as a sweet and nutritious treat to have around the house.

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Tahini Chocolate Chip Cookies

Tahini is a Middle Eastern paste made from toasted sesame seeds that adds a deliciously unique taste to classic chocolate chip cookies. Equivalent in popularity only to snickerdoodles, these easy-to-make treats are in high demand in our house.

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Peanut Butter Cookies

This is another classic cookie recipe to add to your sweets collection. Its simple ingredients, straightforward preparation, and delicious taste make it an exceptional snack to have around the house.

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Sugar Cookies

Whether you keep them plain or dress them up with sprinkles, these cookies are so simple and tasty that you’ll love having them around the house. We enjoy them year-round but like our ginger cookie recipe, something about the holiday season makes them taste extra delicious!

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Ginger Cookies

While we bake these tasty cookies year-round, they’re best enjoyed during the winter holidays. The delightful combination of spices truly brings out the festive spirit and fills our home with a pleasant gingery aroma.

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Pumpkin Cookies

We’re serious when we say that autumn is our season to roll out all our favorite pumpkin recipes. These cookies are soft on the outside and fluffy on the inside with a delightfully subtle pumpkin flavor.

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Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

This is another delicious and classic cookie that’s simple to make and probably won’t last long in the house. If you’re not a fan of raisins, you can substitute them with chocolate chips.

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