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18 Copycat Cookie Recipes

Skip a stop at the grocery store and bake up a few dozen of these copycat cookie recipes. That means you can get classics like Oreos, Thin Mints, Nutter Butters and more, without leaving home.

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Inspired By: OreosTaste of Home

Inspired By: Oreos

These cookies freeze well, so it's easy to keep some on hand for last-minute munching. In summer, I often make them larger to use for ice cream sandwiches. —Mary Rempel, Altona, Manitoba

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Inspired By: Thin MintsTaste of Home

Inspired By: Thin Mints

My friends often try to guess the ingredients, but I never tell them how simple they are to make. They taste just like the Girl Scout cookie, and they're perfect for Christmas and bake sales. —Jennifer Setser, Morgantown, Indiana

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Inspired By: Little Debbie Oatmeal Creme PiesTaste of Home

Inspired By: Little Debbie Oatmeal Creme Pies

These easy cookies use only five ingredients and taste very similar to a store-bought cookie. Of course, everything's better from your own kitchen! —Crystal Schlueter, Northglenn, Colorado

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Inspired By: Fig NewtonsTaste of Home

Inspired By: Fig Newtons

In our family, holiday cookies—like these nutty fig ones—are a big deal. I'm so proud to be passing on this Italian tradition to my two boys. —Angela Lemoine, Howell, New Jersey

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Inspired By: Rainbow Deluxe CookiesTaste of Home

Inspired By: Rainbow Deluxe Cookies

Who can resist gigantic monster cookies chock-full of goodies like chocolate chips, M&M's and peanut butter? If your appetite isn't quite monster-size, make them by heaping tablespoonfuls. This is the world's best monster cookies recipe. —Judy Fredenberg, Missoula, Montana

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Inspired By: Girl Scout's S'MoresTaste of Home

Inspired By: Girl Scout's S'Mores

Capture the taste of campfire s'mores in your kitchen. Graham cracker crumbs added to chocolate chip cookie dough bring out the flavor of the fireside favorite. Melting the cookies' marshmallow centers in the microwave makes them simple to assemble. —Abby Metzger, Larchwood, Iowa

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Inspired By: Frosted Sugar CookiesTaste of Home

Inspired By: Frosted Sugar Cookies

I have fond memories of baking and frosting these cutout cookies with my mom. Now I carry on the tradition with my kids. It's a messy but fun day! —Sandy Nace, Greensburg, Kansas

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Inspired By: Pepperidge Farm PirouettesTaste of Home

Inspired By: Pepperidge Farm Pirouettes

Looking for a little something special to share with friends or family? Try these crunchy treats. They’re great with coffee or a glass of milk. —Peggy Woodward, Shullsburg, Wisconsin

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Inspired By: TagalongsTaste of Home

Inspired By: Tagalongs

You’ll love to give tins of these chocolate-coated cookies to your lucky friends. The shortcut holiday recipe is almost too simple to believe! Here's how to make peanut butter cookies without eggs. —Jackie Howell, Gordo, Alabama

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Inspired By: Nabisco Nilla WaferTaste of Home

Inspired By: Nabisco Nilla Wafer

These buttery cookies bake up chewy and crispy at the same time. Sprinkle these vanilla wafers with colored sugar or leave them as-is. Their simplicity is beauty enough! —Edith MacBeath, Gaines, Pennsylvania

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Inspired By: Chips Ahoy Chocolate Chip CookiesTaste of Home

Inspired By: Chips Ahoy Chocolate Chip Cookies

My take on the classic cookie is inspired by a bakery in California called Hungry Bear. It's big, thick and chewy—truly the best chocolate chip cookie recipe. —Irene Yeh, Mequon, Wisconsin

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Inspired By: Do-Si-DosTaste of Home

Inspired By: Do-Si-Dos

Peanut butter lovers go nuts for these rich little sandwich cookies. On a hot day, sandwich ice cream between the cookies instead of frosting. It cools you right down. —Keri Wolfe, Nappanee, Indiana

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Inspired By: Pepperidge Farm Milano CookiesTaste of Home

Inspired By: Pepperidge Farm Milano Cookies

You can decorate these pretty Christmas trees with other types of sprinkles if you don't have the gold dust. The filling alone makes the cookies special and so delicious! —Linda Sweet, Cornwall, New York

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Inspired By: Savanah SmilesTaste of Home

Inspired By: Savanah Smiles

You’ll need just four items to whip up these delightful cookies. Confectioners’ sugar highlights the cracked tops to give them their snowflake appearance. —Linda Barry, Dianna, Texas

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Inspired By: Toffee-Tastic CookiesTaste of Home

Inspired By: Toffee-Tastic Cookies

These crispy classics are loaded with crunchy chopped toffee and almonds, so there's no doubt as to why they're my husband's favorite cookie. I used to bake them in large batches when our four sons still lived at home. Now I whip them up for the grandchildren! —Alice Kahnk, Kennard, Nebraska

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Inspired By: Girl Scouts TrefoilsTaste of Home

Inspired By: Girl Scouts Trefoils

I live in Missouri, but many family recipes come from New Zealand where I was born. My parents moved there when I was a year old, so I have a "Down Under" heritage. These special-occasion cookies bring back warm memories of my childhood, and I'm going to make sure they're passed on to the next generation in my family…no matter where they live! —Allen Swenson, Camdenton, Missouri

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Inspired By: Keebler SandiesTaste of Home

Inspired By: Keebler Sandies

Whenever Mother made these cookies, there never seemed to be enough! Even now when I make them, they disappear quickly. These melt-in-your mouth treats are great with a cold glass of milk or a steaming mug of hot chocolate. —Debbie Carlson, San Diego, California

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Inspired By: Nutter Butter CookiesTaste of Home

Inspired By: Nutter Butter Cookies

I'm a busy mother of two young children. I work in our school office and help my husband on our hog and cattle farm. When I find time to bake a treat, I like it to be special. The creamy filling gives traditional peanut butter cookies a new twist. —Debbie Kokes, Tabor, South Dakota

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