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Apple Cookies

Enjoy the sweet side of apples with these recipes for apple cookies, including apple oatmeal cookies, crisps, doodles, bites, breakfast treats and more.

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Apple Oatmeal Bites

Apple Oatmeal Bites

Apple Oatmeal Bites

Sue Violette of Neillsville, Wisconsin sends these chewy snacks that are perfect packers. Take them with you on car trips, hikes, or pop them in the kids' lunch bags. And with lots of oats and apples, you'll have plenty of fruit and fiber in every bite.

Apple-Chip Cookies

Apple-Chip Cookies

Apple-Chip Cookies

These scrumptious apple cookies never last for long in our cookie jar

Apple-Oat Breakfast Treats

Apple-Oat Breakfast Treats

Apple-Oat Breakfast Treats

"Our three grandsons gobble up these soft, chewy oatmeal cookies at breakfast with some yogurt and a glass of juice," writes Dolores Kastello of Waukesha, Wisconsin. "If you don't have pie filling handy, use jam to make the cookie's fruity topping," she suggests.
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Sugar-Free Maple Cookies

Sugar-Free Maple Cookies

Sugar-Free Maple Cookies

Notes Brenda Wile of Winesburg, Ohio, "Mom made batch after batch of cookies until she came up with this recipe to satisfy my diabetic brother's sweet tooth. We all like these soft cookies."

Apple Crisp Crescents

Apple Crisp Crescents

Apple Crisp Crescents

Cinnamony apples are wrapped in a tender pastry to create a crispy delicacy. The flavor reminds me of apple crisp. —Betty Lawton, Pennington, New Jersey

Apple Pie Cookies

Apple Pie Cookies

Apple Pie Cookies

To sweeten the school day, send along these soft sugar cookies with a homemade apple filling from Sharon Smith of Neosho, Missouri. "The sandwich cutouts were taste-tested by my grandchildren," she affirms. "They're certified kid-pleasers!" To save time you can use purchased pie filling for the centers. Or instead of "Painting" the tops with food coloring simply sprinkle them with cinnamon.

Apple Peanut Butter Cookies

Apple Peanut Butter Cookies

Apple Peanut Butter Cookies

These spiced peanut butter cookies are great for fall gatherings. They're crisp on the outside and soft inside. —Marjorie Benson, New Castle, Pennsylvania

Walnut Raisin Apple Cookies

Walnut Raisin Apple Cookies

Walnut Raisin Apple Cookies

Amber Gregoire's chunky cookies are jam-packed with goodies--from apples and raisins to oats and nuts. "They're perfect for taking to potlucks," she suggested from Monterey, Tennessee.

Chewy Apple Oatmeal Cookies

Chewy Apple Oatmeal Cookies

Chewy Apple Oatmeal Cookies

My family has always loved oatmeal raisin cookies, but I wanted to try something new with the classic recipe. We enjoy apples, and I thought the dried fruit would make a good cookie. —Jan Marshall, Fenton, Missouri

Cran-Apple Oatmeal Cookies

Cran-Apple Oatmeal Cookies

Cran-Apple Oatmeal Cookies

The original recipe for these delightful cookies called for raisins. Since we aren’t raisin fans, I added dried cranberries instead. The results? Incredible! –Theresa Smith of Rome, Georgia

Apple Doodles

Apple Doodles

Apple Doodles

This originally started as an apple cake recipe. But I worked it into a recipe for cookies and have been making them this way ever since. It's a nice way to feature fall's delicious produce.
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