One refrigerated dough can create a dozen different fun and festive cookies!
Easy refrigerated dough can make all kinds of fun.
I was about to start this post with the words, “Cookie Season is upon us…” But let’s get real. Cookie Season is always upon us!
Whether you need a plate of ‘em for a cookie exchange or you’re toting them to a party, we all need cookies all year ‘round. So, what better way to get us the cookies we need than to start off 12 incredible favorites with one simple dough?
Follow along as we make 12 super yum cookies from Pillsbury refrigerated sugar cookie dough:
Discover the delight of blueberries and chia seeds when you add these superfood favorites to this splendid cookie. Here's a quick how-to:
Mix refrigerated dough with flour, chia seeds, blueberries and lemon zest.
Bake and cool.
Drizzle with lemon icing. Sprinkle with chia seeds.
Beautiful, full of blueberries, and packed with flavor. We promise you won’t be able to eat just one!
Salted Caramel Red Velvet Cookies are cooked until crisp-chewy, then drizzled with two kinds of chocolate. Just a few easy steps.
Mix cookie dough, cocoa powder and red food coloring.
Wrap dough around a chocolate-coated caramel candy.
Bake and cool.
Drizzle with milk chocolate.
Drizzle again with white chocolate and top with sea salt. These cookies will have even gourmet foodies begging you for the recipe!
Bright and beautiful, these thumbprint cookies add an inviting pop of color to basic sugar cookie dough.
If you love coconut, you’ll go crazy over these macaroons. Basic sugar cookie dough gets the delicious addition of coconut, macadamia nuts, and tart cherries for a gourmet flavor combo you can make in a snap.
Like a piece of cookie bark, these divine little daisy cookies will add a touch of art to any cookie plate. For the holidays, change it up from flowers to trees or candy canes. Or do the flowers in various shades of red to look like poinsettias.
Just four ingredients for these cookies! Stir together the surprising combo and you’ll have these French-inspired pastries coming fresh out of your oven.
This recipe is reminiscent of Mexican wedding cookies, but with a rich, almond-twist. Fans of marzipan will fall in love with this one.
Like a soft biscotti, these gorgeous bars are perfect for dipping in coffee and cocoa. Their unique shape make a nice change from traditional round cookies, and the almond topping is beyond beautiful. A perfect party cookie!
Looking for a simple way to make cookies for a crowd? These delicious bars are topped with chocolate-hazelnut spread for a dessert kids and adults will instantly adore.
Soft, sweet and gooey, these cookie bars are so good, you won’t believe they start with a simple roll of sugar cookie dough.
Everything you love about hot cocoa, turned into a chewy little cookie. This simple recipe calls for just four basic ingredients and makes a batch of cookies so cute. you could almost drink them!
If you like mint and chocolate, you’re going to love this one. Chocolate-mint candy pieces are baked inside a chewy sugar cookie, then frosted mint green, and garnished with a smidgen of mint chocolate. Delicious, gorgeous and so simple to make!
Cookie Stir-In Ideas
Still don’t have enough cookie ideas? Or, maybe you love everything you’ve seen, but just don’t have time to run to the store? No worries! You can try one of these:
- Snickerdoodles. Roll the dough in cinnamon-sugar and bake! Easy, peasy!
- Chocolate Chip Cookies. Add vanilla and chocolate chips for a super-quick batch.
- Chocolate Crackle Cookie. Mix 3 tablespoons of cocoa powder into the dough. Roll in powdered sugar. Bake on parchment. Voila!
- Butterscotch Oatmeal. Mix in 3 tablespoons of oatmeal, 1 tablespoon sugar, and ½ cup each of butterscotch chips and raisins for an easy batch of oatmeal cookies.
- Sprinkle Cookies. Stir in sprinkles before baking, and you’ll have a bright and merry batch of confetti cookies!