Fall Frenzy

Here at Cookie Panache, we love to find reasons to celebrate, and what’s more joyous than autumn. Autumn is full of beautiful sights, smells and sounds. To celebrate the delicious tastes and smells of autumn, Cookie Panache has created an ode to our grandmas’ kitchen by recreating all of our childhood favorites for you guys. Treat your family to a very special treat.

Apple Cinnamon Cookie

Apple Cinnamon Cookies

The apple cinnamon cookie is a reminder of all things Fall, from apple picking to apple pie baking to sneaking the last apple cider doughnut after mom and dad have gone to bed. These cookies feature a soft vanilla cookie, packed with pieces of fresh apple and lightly sprinkled with cinnamon sugar.

Almond-Ginger Butter Cookie

Almond Butter Cookie

I have many memories of eating gingerbread tea biscuits with my grandma when she watched me after school. These cookies are a reminder of all things simple and sweet. These delightfully light cookies are made with ginger and topped with sliced almonds.

Oatmeal Raisin with Walnuts

Oatmeal Raisin topped with Walnuts

A sophisticated twist on a classic favorite. Who doesn’t love a soft, chewy warm oatmeal cookie after playing in a pile of leaves all afternoon? These delicious creations are reminders of those days before we got stuck in a cubicle from 9-5.

Mom’s Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Mom always knew how to bake the perfect chocolate chip cookies. They were chewy on the inside, but crunchy around the sides, and always full of large chocolate chunks that were satisfying, but never over powering. Let’s not forget how many bedtimes were postponed for a tall glass of milk and a few too many cookies. 


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