Nothing says “happy holidays” like a tray filled to the brim with delicious homemade cookies. So we took (most of) the work of building these trays out so you can focus on the most important thing: baking with love.
Crispy on the edges, puddles of THREE types of chocolatey goodness on the inside, and a little hint of caramel and nuttiness in each bite. If you choose to make only one batch of cookies this holiday season, choose these.
Cookies don’t get much easier than this. With less than 10 ingredients, these gluten-free, chocolate-y cookies developed by Pastry Director Victoria Dearmond at One Fifth Houston may very well become your new favorite. They’re perfectly thin and crisp and not overly sweetened. What we love most about them is the subtle nutty flavor thanks to the addition of Chocolate Soom.
These Tahini Sugar Cookies are like a classic peanut butter cookie crossed with shortbread. They’re super simple and wonderfully rich, begging to be paired with a cup of coffee or tea. However, they are totally delicious all on their own.
If you’re obsessed with all things chocolate, these cookies were made for you. Our Double Chocolate Chunk Tahini Cookies highlight Soom Chocolate Sweet Tahini’s richness in a sultry, chewy cookie with chunks full of dark and milk chocolate.
We’re adding these Vegan Tahini Thumbprint Cookies with Date Caramel Filling to our holiday cookie tray for a reason! They’re buttery, slightly nutty, and crumbly. They’re also filled with a delicious date “caramel” made from only 2 ingredients – Medjool dates and Soom Silan date syrup! Top it off with a dark chocolate drizzle, and you’ve got a perfectly crafted cookie at your fingertips.
Love them or hate them, oatmeal raisin cookies aren’t going anywhere. To us, it’s strange how this classic cookie has either devoted followers or total haters; we’ve never met a cookie so polarizing! But we hope that our recipe (which subs in tahini for some of the butter) brings enjoyment to both loyal fans and those who aren’t so obsessed with oatmeal raisin cookies.
Inspired by our favorite tahini shortbread cookies enjoyed a Mamaleh’s in Boston, these cookies limit the amount of refined sugar while staying sweet and decadent. It’s totally fair to call these cookies peanut butter cookies’ older, cooler, more suave cousin that everyone wants to be friends with. We prefer these frozen, so make sure to stash a few in the freezer for yourself!