1. World Peace Cookies Via luckypeach.com These double-chocolate cookies from Dorie Greenspan are so delicious, they may actually be the answer to world peace. Get the recipe here. 2. Corn Cookie Via luckypeach.com This corn cookie is very sweet and buttery—the way that good corn on the cob is. Get the recipe here. 3. AK Cookies Via luckypeach.com The idealized version of your childhood “monster cookie,” an unbeatable amalgam of oatmeal, coconut flakes, nuts, and chocolate chunks.Get the recipe here. 4. Nutella Roll-Ups Via luckypeach.com Nutella wrapped in buttery, cream cheese-y cookie dough = easiest cookie exchange win ever.Get the recipe here. 5. Confetti Cookies Via luckypeach.com Funfetti cake in cookie form from sweets genius Christina Tosi. You’re gonna want to make these for every celebration from here on out.Get the recipe here. 6. Miso Macadamia Blondies Via luckypeach.com Butterscotch-y, nutty blondies, with miso to add savory depth. Added bonus: these umami bars are gluten-free. Get the recipe here. 7. Crescent Cookies Via luckypeach.com Delicate oatmeal-almond crescent cookies: a classic and a crowd pleaser.Get the recipe here. 8. Salt-and-Pepper, Sugar-and-Spice Galettes Via luckypeach.com This combo of sweet and savory is perfect for a party with pals who swear they don’t like sweets.Get the recipe here. 9. Blueberry and Cream Cookie Via luckypeach.com This blueberry and cream creation is basically a blueberry-muffin top in cookie form.Get the recipe here. 10. Vietnamese Coffee Macarons Via luckypeach.com If you're feeling ambitious, homemade macarons are a total showstopper. The dark-roasted coffee shells and chocolate ganache here come together to make one delightfully sweet cookie.Get the recipe here. 11. Rousquilles Via luckypeach.com These lightly spiced, lightly floral cookies are masquerading as ever-trendy doughnuts. Get you a cookie who can do both. Get the recipe here. 12. Walnut Cookies Via luckypeach.com Walnut cookies are a Chinese bakery staple. They are crispy, and not-too-sweet.Get the recipe here. 13. Fregolatta Via luckypeach.com In Italian tradition, these almond cookies are smashed in the middle of the table as a symbol of good luck. New Year's party dessert, anyone?Get the recipe here. 14. Leckerli Via luckypeach.com These cookies are jam-packed with holiday goodies: candied orange peel, honey, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Lecklerli is meant to age, so you can make it up to two weeks ahead—a joy during a busy time.Get the recipe here. 15. Honey-Blue Cheese Madelines Via luckypeach.com A savory holiday cookie trifecta: butter, blue cheese, and honey. Perfect with a glass of sparkling, sweet, or mulled wine.Get the recipe here. 16. Swedish Visiting Cake Bars Via luckypeach.com These lemon-heavy bars are equal part cake and cookie. The meringue topping and chopped almonds add texture to an otherwise fluffy base.Get the recipe here.