Seven Seriously Sweet Cookies {Baking with Two Peas & Their Pod}

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Hello! My name is Maria and I blog over at Two Peas and Their Pod with my handsome husband, Josh. I am honored to be guest posting for Amanda today. She is as sweet as they come-even sweeter than her gorgeous cakes.

Josh and I started blogging when we got married, in June of 2008. We love spending time in the kitchen together and sharing our recipes with others.

We recently had our first baby boy, Caleb.   Amanda insisted I share a photo of our sweet little pea and I didn’t want to disappoint her. This is one of our favorite baby photos of Caleb.  She also participated in my “Virtual Baby Shower” and made us the most amazing  baby pea cake. She is the best.  :)


We love every second with our precious little guy and can’t wait until he can join us in our kitchen. I know he will be a great helper and taste tester.  :)

We love creating all kinds of recipes, but my favorite recipes to create and eat are cookies. We have over 100 cookie recipes on our site. Ok, so maybe I have a little obsession. I just can’t stop myself when it comes to cookies.


The holiday season is my favorite time of year for many reasons, but I always look forward to holiday baking. I go even more cookie crazy during December. I love baking obscene amounts of cookies to share with family and friends. Cookies, in my opinion, make the perfect gift.


Today I am sharing a few of my favorite cookie recipes to help you in your holiday cookie baking adventures. I hope you find a few new recipes to try this holiday season!

 Pomegranate White Chocolate Chunk Cookies-I created these cookies last year and can’t wait to bake a batch this year. The red pomegranate arils and white chocolate chunks make them the perfect holiday cookie.


Chocolate Nutella Cookies-chocolate and Nutella? You can’t go wrong, trust me:)


 Soft Gingersnap Cookies with White Chocolate Chunks-a must make during the holidays! These gingersnap cookies are super soft and dotted with white chocolate chunks.


 Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies-all things in “mini form” taste better. I love these cute cookies and everyone loves chocolate chip cookies.


 Chocolate Caramel Cookies with Sea Salt-I love the sweet and salty combination in this cookie. The chewy caramel center adds a nice surprise too!


Toasted Coconut, Toffee, & Chocolate Chip Cookies– these cookies are loaded with goodness-toasted coconut, toffee, and chocolate chips. You need to make these:)


 Chocolate Peppermint Crunch Cookies-chocolate cookies with crushed up candy canes. The candy canes melt creating a nice crunch in these festive cookies.

Happy Holidays! Come visit us at Two Peas and Their Pod anytime, our kitchen is always open.  You can also follow us on Twitter,Facebook, and Pinterest.


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  1. says

    Two of my favorite bakers in one place!! So many great cookie recipes! I am going to be the best party guest this year with all these great new recipes. Can’t wait to try them…and that baby?? Adorable! Congratulations Maria!

  2. says

    Those toasted coconut, toffee, chocolate chip cookies look to die for! Whenever I need to make cookies I always go to Maria first :). Thanks so much for sharing Amanda!

  3. says

    you are my lifesaver (both of you). I am looking for various cookies to add to my baking time for christmas presents and needed a couple more. Looks like I got lots!

  4. Francesca says

    Thank you for sharing these recipes and for introducing me to Two Peas in A Pod. Looking forward to baking some christmas treats for friends. Thank you very much. Great post.

  5. says

    Those are some great looking cookies, Maria! I’m fond of the really cute picture of your soon too. Adorable. Love seeing the two of you together on this blog. Great series. Btw, those chocolate peppermint crunch cookies look to die for! Thanks for sharing Amanada.

  6. Chelai says

    This is my first time visiting your blog. I will be visiting regularly. I saw your kitchen reveal. AWESOME. Would you mind sharing where you got your nickel brushed chairs from? I have been looking for some for our bar. Thanks!

  7. says

    I tried making the chocolate peppermint cookies today. My dough turned out to be batter! It was extremely runny. I ended up using almost 4 cups of flour instead of 2 (I say almost as I ran out just before getting the 4th cup in). They also needed about 7 extra minutes baking. Not sure what went wrong? I followed the recipe (except for the flour) to a T. Mine also had melted bits candy cane around the edges, which I had to pick off as it did not make the cookies look very good. Needless to say I likely won’t be making these again. They taste ok (a bit dry, likely because of the extra flour) but not worth the effort & waste of ingredients :( I am typically a good baker, so not sure what happened today. Perhaps there is a typo in the recipe?

    • says

      Hi Wendy-sorry you had trouble with the recipe. I’ve made those cookies numerous times and never had a problem. I only use 2 cups of flour. They are not super thick cookies, but the dough should not be runny. The candy canes do melt throughout the cookie when baking-creating a chewy cookie.