bar cookie

bar cookie

/bɑːɹ kʊki/
noun
*** consist of batter or other ingredients that are poured or pressed into a pan (sometimes in multiple layers) and cut into cookie-sized pieces after baking

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drop cookie

drop cookie

/dɹɑːp kʊki/
noun
*** made from a relatively soft dough that is dropped by spoonfuls onto the baking sheet

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filled cookie

filled cookie

/fɪld kʊki/
noun
*** made from a rolled cookie dough filled with a fruit, jam or confectionery filling before baking

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molded cookie

molded cookie

/moʊldᵻd kʊki/
noun
*** made from a stiffer dough that is molded into balls or cookie shapes by hand before baking

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no-bake cookie

no-bake cookie

/noʊbeɪk kʊki/
noun
*** made by mixing a filler, such as cereal or nuts, into a melted confectionery binder, shaping into cookies or bars, and allowing to cool or harden

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pressed cookie

pressed cookie

/pɹɛst kʊki/
noun
*** made from a soft dough that is extruded from a cookie press into various decorative shapes before baking

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refrigerator cookie

refrigerator cookie

/ɹɪfɹˈɪdʒɚɹˌeɪɾɚ kˈʊki/
noun
dough formed into a roll and chilled in the refrigerator then sliced and baked

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rolled cookie

rolled cookie

/ɹoʊld kʊki/
noun
*** made from a stiffer dough that is rolled out and cut into shapes with a cookie cutter

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sandwich cookie

sandwich cookie

/sændwɪtʃ kʊki/
noun
*** rolled or pressed cookies that are assembled as a sandwich with a sweet filling

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brownie

brownie

/ˈbɹaʊni/
noun
a square shaped flat cake that is made with chocolate and occasionally nuts

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date square

date square

/deɪt skwɛɹ/
noun
*** a Canadian dessert or bar cookie made of cooked dates with an oatmeal crumb topping

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chocolate chip cookie

chocolate chip cookie

/tʃˈɑːklət tʃˈɪp kˈʊki/
noun
a type of drop cookie with small chunks of chocolate

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toll house cookie

toll house cookie

/tˈoʊl hˈaʊs kˈʊki/
noun
cookies containing chocolate chips

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oatmeal raisin cookie

oatmeal raisin cookie

/oʊtmiəl ɹeɪzən kʊki/
noun
*** a type of drop cookie made from an oatmeal-based dough with raisins

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rock cake

rock cake

/ɹˈɑːk kˈeɪk/
noun
a small cake with a hard surface said to resemble a rock

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hamantash

hamantash

/hæmɐntæʃ/
noun
*** an Ashkenazi Jewish triangular filled-pocket pastry, associated with the Jewish holiday of Purim

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snickerdoodle

snickerdoodle

/snɪkɚduːdəl/
noun
*** a type of cookie made with flour, fat, sugar, and salt, and rolled in cinnamon sugar

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biscotti

biscotti

/bɪˈskɔti/
noun
a twice-baked biscuit that contains almonds, originally from Italy

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rum ball

rum ball

/ɹʌm bɔːl/
noun
*** a truffle-like confectionery cake of cookie butter flavored with chocolate and rum

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spritzgebäck

spritzgebäck

/spɹɪtsdʒɪbɛk/
noun
*** a type of German and Alsatian-Mosellan Christmas biscuit or Christmas cookie made of flour, butter, sugar and eggs

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pinwheel cookie

pinwheel cookie

/pɪnwiːl kʊki/
noun
*** a buttery swirl of chocolate and vanilla cookie dough, rolled in walnuts or holiday sprinkles

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gingerbread man

gingerbread man

/dʒˈɪndʒɚbɹˌɛd mˈæn/
noun
gingerbread cut in the shape of a person

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wafer

wafer

/ˈweɪfɝ/
noun
a thin crisp biscuit often served with ice cream

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tea biscuit

tea biscuit

/tˈiː bˈɪskɪt/
noun
flat semisweet cookie or biscuit usually served with tea

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sugar cookie

sugar cookie

/ʃˈʊɡɚ kˈʊki/
noun
cookies sprinkled with granulated sugar

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shortbread

shortbread

/ʃˈɔːɹtbɹɛd/
noun
a type of cookie made with butter, sugar, and flour

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sablé

sablé

/sæbleɪ/
noun
*** a French round shortbread cookie

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rusk

rusk

/ˈɹəsk/
noun
a type of hard dry bread that is baked twice, used as baby food

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meringue

meringue

/mɚɹˈæŋ/
noun
a crispy icing for cakes and cookies that is made with beaten egg whites and sugar

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macaroon

macaroon

/mˌækɐɹˈuːn/
noun
a small cookie that is made with egg white, sugar, coconut, ground almonds or other nuts

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graham cracker

graham cracker

/ɡɹˈeɪəm kɹˈækɚ/
noun
a somewhat sweet biscuit made with whole-wheat flour

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ginger snap

ginger snap

/dʒˈɪndʒɚ snˈæp/
noun
a crisp round cookie flavored with ginger

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fortune cookie

fortune cookie

/fˈɔːɹtʃən kˈʊki/
noun
a sweet and crisp cookie that contains a small piece of paper with a motto or vague prophecy written on it, served in Chinese restaurants

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digestive biscuit

digestive biscuit

/daɪdʒˈɛstɪv bˈɪskɪt/
noun
a round sweet biscuit made from wholemeal flour, sometimes covered with chocolate

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Christmas cookie

Christmas cookie

/kɹɪsməs kʊki/
noun
*** traditionally sugar cookies or biscuits cut into various shapes related to Christmas

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rosette

rosette

/ɹəˈsɛt/
noun
*** thin, cookie-like fritters made with iron molds that are found in many cultures

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ginger nut

ginger nut

/dʒˈɪndʒɚ nˈʌt/
noun
a bristle biscuit flavored with ginger

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water biscuit

water biscuit

/wˈɔːɾɚ bˈɪskɪt/
noun
a thin and brittle cracker that is made with water and flour, paired with cheese or wine

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