Dorie Greenspan's Eastern European-inspired cookies, sometimes called kipfel, have the perfect buttery crumb and a nutty bite from almond flour. For the holidays, we dust them with confectioners' sugar, but they are also great dusted with granulated sugar and eaten year-round.
Big White Chocolate, Almond and Cranberry Cookies
Almond flour and toasted almonds give these crispy, chewy cookies doubly nutty flavor.
Almond Cookies with Caramel Dipping Sauce
Chocolate-Cherry Almond Butter Cookies
Almond butter, almond extract, and crunchy almond slices make these chocolate-cherry cookies especially decadent.
Soft Peanut Butter Cookies with Toasted Almonds
Nutty flavors of toasted almonds add the perfect crunch to these soft peanut butter cookies. For an easier version, substitute almond slivers for the whole almonds, allow you to skip the step of chopping the almonds and just decorate the cookies with almond slivers or leave the tops plain.
Cocoa Nib-Almond Lace Cookies
Coconut oil, cocoa nibs and sliced almonds combine together to make these lace cookies extra crispy. They're rich and buttery (yet butterless) and full of almond flavor. Try them crumbled into a bowl of vanilla ice cream or even topping a slice of cheesecake.
Oatmeal Cookies with Toasted Almonds
Oatmeal cookies are elevated in flavor and texture with wonderful oven toasted almonds.
Rosemary, Almond and Parmesan Cocktail Cookies
Almonds and chocolate are a winning combination. For these crisp, chewy bars, Grace Parisi mixes roasted almonds, almond butter and chocolate chips with sugar and egg, then bakes them.
Baked Almond Biscotti
Sweetened with honey and brightened with orange zest, these biscotti are naturally gluten-free, thanks to almond flour. Enjoy them with a cup of coffee or hot chocolate.
Although they're called Finnish Sticks, these almond cookies are beloved in Sweden, where they're one of the most popular snacks for fika, or coffee breaks.