We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us about the most popular cookies in the countries they reside in. Here are the best responses: 1. Netherlands: Stroopwafels tarasmulticulturaltable.com What is it: Waffle sandwich with caramel filling."Every non-Dutch person I’ve introduced to stroopwafels has become absolutely obsessed and I totally understand why. They are the best cookies/biscuits ever, especially when fresh from a market stand or warmed up over a hot cup of tea."—marith3Get the recipe. 2. Denmark: Finskbrød fabfood4all.co.uk What is it: A shortbread cookie topped with chopped almonds and sugar.—anneboleyntheheadlessoneGet the recipe. 3. Indonesia: Nastar Amalliaeka / Getty Images What is it: Cookies with pineapple jam filling.—nadiapaGet the recipe. 4. Italy: Amaretti oliviascuisine.com What is it: Moist, almond-flavored macaroons (usually flatter than in the photo above)."They are crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside, have a rich almond flavour, and go great with coffee, tea, and even wine!"—KarlselsGet the recipe here. 5. France: Macarons tasty.co What is it: Thin meringue cookies with ganache filling.Get the recipe. 6. Germany: Vanillekipferl platedcravings.com What is it: Crispy, nutty, crescent-shaped biscuits; these are popular all over Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary."We make them during Christmas season and eat them like crazy!"—parksandwrecked 7. Japan: Shiroi Koibito amazon.com What is it: Light butter biscuits with white chocolate filling.Get a 24-piece pack for from Amazon for $24.87. 8. Senegal: Cinq Centimes globaltableadventure.com What is it: Sugar cookies topped with peanut butter and chopped peanuts.Get the recipe. 9. Argentina: Alfajores Alleko / Getty Images What is it: Dulce de leche sandwiched between two buttery cookies and rolled in coconut shavings; popular all over South America."Most have a ring of shredded coconut, but there are also chocolate-covered alfajores. They're very popular in parties and as a snack."—ledzepisroveringGet the recipe. 10. US: Snickerdoodle Cookies Iulia Cozlenco / Getty Images What is it: Cinnamon sugar cookies."I live in the US, so chocolate chip cookies are an obvious choice. But, I actually really like and prefer Snickerdoodles!"—Betherick85Get the recipe. 11. Norway: Krumkaker sofn.com What is it: Thin, cone-shaped waffle cookie."These thin waffle cookies are sometimes filled with cream and cloudberries. They're yummy and really pretty to look at, too."—LaviniumGet the recipe. 12. Canada: Maple Leaf Cream Cookie View this photo on Instagram instagram.com What is it: Maple leaf-shaped cookie with maple cream filling."In Canada, at least the city I live in, the most popular cookie would have to be the Maple Leaf Cookie. They have a creamy middle made with maple and are shaped like maple leaves."—bethf453536b33Get a box from Amazon for $13.99. 13. Sweden: Pepparkakor View this photo on Instagram instagram.com What is it: Thin gingersnap cookies."They are the best gingerbreads out there!"—Erika Drewke, FacebookGet the recipe. 14. Hungary: Kifli thebeachhousekitchen.com What is it: Buttery, crescent-shaped cookies with walnut filling.—Hannah Loewentheil, BuzzFeed Staff WriterGet the recipe. 15. Guyana: Lime Cookie butteryum.org What is it: Thin, lime-flavored butter cookie.Get the recipe. 16. Hong Kong: Jenny Bakery's Butter Cookies View this photo on Instagram instagram.com What is it: Butter cookies that come in four flavors and are packed in an iconic teddy bear-themed tin. They are sold exclusively at Jenny Bakery. Get the recipe. 17. Australia: Tim Tams Flickr / slgckgc / Via flic.kr What is it: Chocolate-covered cookie sandwich with cream filling.Grab a pack from Amazon for $13.31. Want to be featured in similar BuzzFeed posts? Follow the BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter!