Check out our favorite sites to order homestyle cookies. Send to your friends or order for yourself.
Our favorite: Chocolate Chubbies; $18 for a dozen, sarabeth.com
The “Goddess of Bakedom” blends the best of both worlds—cookie and brownie—to create the Chubbie. Stir in three kinds of chocolate and two types of nuts and you have the recipe for pure bliss.
Our favorite: Chocolate Truffle; $15 for a dozen, bymdesserts.com
“Top Chef” contestant and pastry chef Malika Ameen outdoes herself with these dense, fudgelike cookies. Laced with Vietnamese Saigon cinnamon to give them a special sweet flavor, these chocolate delicacies also include chunks of bittersweet, milk, and white chocolate for a creative twist on the traditional chocolate truffle.
Our favorite: Snow Delicious! Cookies; $50 for a 10-ounce package, deananddeluca.com
Iced to perfection, the all-butter sugar cookie tin includes two snowglobes, four extra-large snowflakes, four large snowflakes, six medium snowflakes, and seven small snowflakes.
Our favorite: Original and Cocoa Duo Boxes; $26 for two dozen, brownbuttercookies.com
The Original Brown Butter Sea Salt Cookies are oh-so-good. Mixing them with the delicious cocoa flavor creates the perfect cookie combo.
Our favorite: Liam’s Lemon Sugar; $30 for a dozen, cookiesforkidscancer.org
These all-natural cookies taste great and support an even greater cause. Baked fresh daily and wrapped in a box tied with ribbon, they’re a gift with each bite.
Our favorite: Orange-Cranberry; $20 for a dozen, biscotti-goddess.com
One of the top sellers, this delicious treat tastes great alone or mixed with one of the company’s other seasonal flavors.
Our favorite: Black-and-White Brownie; $21 for six brownies, proteinbakery.com
Indulge in a chocolate brownie loaded with milk and white chocolate chips. It’s also wheat-free and filled with whey protein.
Our favorite: Heavenly Rock-A-Mallow; $35 for a dozen, heidisheavenlycookies.com
Warning: This company claims they can’t be held responsible for the cookie craving that may set in after eating one of these gooey treats. It’s hard to imagine anything tastier—or more addictive—than the mix of double dark and semisweet chocolate, marshmallows, and almonds.
Our favorite: Almond Macaroons; $40 for a dozen, nantucketbakeshop.com
This famous bakery packs a mini pail full of these delicious confections. You can choose to ship immediately or in time for the holidays, plus the price includes shipping and handling.
Our favorite: Rugelach; $25 for a 16-ounce tin, davidscookies.com
To create this kosher Jewish pastry, the bakers roll cream cheese dough with ingredients such as jam, walnuts, fruit, cinnamon, and chocolate to create a sweet filling. The Perfect Coffee Break for Two ($40) includes two mugs plus Pecan Meltaways (20 ounces) and Assorted Rugelach (16 ounces).