Polvorones are the classic Mexican wedding cookies that are so popular everywhere they are made. Fonda San Miguel is proud to present this family recipe given to us by our dear friend, Señora Eréndira Terán Levin.
These cookies are bites of caramel goodness: a classic vanilla cookie surrounding a gooey, melty piece of toffee.
Thin mints are peppermint chocolate cookies, both warm and cool in a single bite!
This is a classic cookie flavor combo: oats and raisins. Here, they're lightened up and made a little bit healthier with the addition of ground flax and coconut oil. They've kept the same great flavor though.
When tea time rolls around, you'll want to have a plate of these delicate and delicious orange shortbread cookies. The dough is simple, just six ingredients brightened up by orange zest and into the oven it goes.
Why have one flavor of cookie when you can have all three? This hearty cookie combines rolled oats, salty smooth peeanut butter, and luscious dark chocolate all in one indulgent bite.
These cookies are not too sweet, decadent and (you've been warned), mildly addictive. Virgin coconut oil takes the place of butter, and shredded, unsweetened coconut gives the cookie an extra, tropical touch.
Coconut sugar, root beer extract and a pinch of cayenne come together in these strangely delicious Spiced Root Beer Cookies.
Spiced Chocolate Cake Batter Cookies are soft, moist, and oh-so-scrumptious thanks to coconut sugar, Mexican cinnamon, cayenne, cocoa powder, and butter flavoring.