On World Cookie Day, here’s raising crumbles to every cookie from all over the world

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It’s World Cookie Day and we can’t be keeping calm about our forever beloved addiction- munching on countless cookies with tea or coffee or just about anything- or even nothing- for evening or morning or Christmas or New Year or yet again, for anything and nothing! Such is our love for those crusty bites or for those chewy indulgences that we had to come up with a day to celebrate our forever friend and also munch on a whole lot of them! The world indeed is blessed to have such variety of exotic cookies that you don’t even know about. Here’s expanding our love for our forever constant cookie with some names to remember from around the world so that your cookie indulgent soul does not miss out on some of the most delightful crumbs of cookie delight!

Madeleine

Little cake like cookies from France

Vanillekipferl

Small crescent shaped biscuits made of either walnuts, almonds or hazelnuts and dusted with vanilla sugar

Melomakarona

Traditional Greek honey cookies that are a Christmas specialty

Mbatata

Soft and cakey sweet potato cookies from Malawi

Mbatata
Source: 196 Flavors

Hausfreunde

Classic German cookies made from crisp pastries slathered with apricot jam and sweet almond paste and dipped in rich dark chocolate

Vanilice

Serbian tiny vanilla cookies served specially during Christmas

Amaretti

Italian almond flavoured biscuits crisp on the outside and chewy in the middle

Kourabiedes

Celebratory Greek butter cookies, served during weddings and/ or Christmas

Naan Berenji

Persian rice flour cookies baked especially during the Persian New Year

Nankhatai

Indian shortbread biscuits that feel crunchy but give way to a melt in the mouth texture

Ghraybeh

Melt in your mouth Lebanese butter cookies

ghraybeh
Source: SBS

Amerikaner

American soft cookies developed by Germans iced half with vanilla icing and the other half with chocolate

Amerikaner
Source: Patces Patisserie

Reshteh khoshkar

Deep fried traditional Ramadan cookies from Iran

reshteh khoshkar
Source: tatilatearam – Tatilate Aram Travel Agency

Brunkager

Danish brown cookies that are another very gorgeous Christmas treat

Brunkager
Source: Dr. Oetker

Cuccidati

Fig stuffed cookies, either Italian or Sicilian, topped with rainbow sprinkles and typically served during Christmas

cucciddati
Source: Italian Recipe Book

Zimtsterne

German cinnamon star cookies that are an all time Christmas favorite

Lebkuchen

Gingerbread- like German baked cookie, another Christmas specialty

Stroopwafels

Wafer cookies with a thin layer of caramel like syrup sandwiched between two cookies from the Netherlands

Stroopwafels, Caramel Dutch Waffles with tea or coffee and honey
Source: Freepik

Alfajores

Dulche de Leche sandwich cookies originating in the Iberian peninsula

Alfajores
Source: Muy Bueno Cookbook

Paprenjak

Traditional Croatian biscuits with a unique mix of honey and black pepper

paprenjak
Source: Pinterest

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