10 Awesome Cookie Ideas to Try With Your Cappuccino

10 Awesome Cookie Ideas to Try With Your Cappuccino Coffee in a cup with cookies and nuts closeup

What goes great with a nice cappuccino, equal parts foamy milk or whipped cream and some excellent coffee? A cookie! Or a whole platter of cookies, if you ask us. So if you're looking for a few cookie ideas to have with a special hot beverage, we have you covered. 

You know how other people hate mornings? Well, I love them and sometimes I wish the day was all morning so that I could have so much coffee. My favorite is a good bean cappuccino, with perfectly rendered foam that just rises a bit from the rim of a cup. Yeah, I think about it in very poetic terms. So what could make a cappuccino even more perfect? Definitely, some cookies to dunk a little in it, that brink some crunch and buttery goodness to the whole experience.

10 cookie ideas for your cappuccino experience

1. Buttercream Topped Pecan Cookies

Pecans are some of our favorite nuts, and there’s a big reason for that. They’re full of flavor and roasting them really helps enhance their nutty taste. We’ve tried them on top of some homemade cookies, along with some delicious buttercream. And the results were phenomenal. Try these any time!

2. Nutella and Chocolate Chip Cookies

Got a big Nutella jar that you want to put to good use? We urge you to try and spoil your loved ones with a delicious dessert like this! You only need a few ingredients for these Nutella and chocolate chip cookies and they’re very easy to make. And make as many as possible, because one batch will not last for long at the table.

3. Chocolate-Glazed Cookies with Whipped Cream

These cookies are perfect to make when you plan of having coffee with a loved one. We firmly believe that you should treat yourself and also treat others to... treats. These particular cookies are topped with whipped cream and melted chocolate and basically melt in your mouth.

4. Chocolate, Walnut, and Raspberry Cookies

Remember those delicious cookies grandma used to make? Well, these ones might be just like them with an extra topping of raspberries. You can use fresh ones if they’re in season, but they’re just as good with frozen ones if you can’t find them at the farmer’s market. The walnuts bring some much-needed crunch to everything.

5. Chocolate Heart Cookies

Your heart on a tiny plate next to your cappuccino? That does sound perfect. These heart-shaped cookies are healthy, too. We made them with whole wheat flour, cocoa powder, coconut oil, and maple syrup. This means that you can have them even if you have a special diet. And the chocolate topping them is just the grace note!

6. Apple and Caramel Cookies

Apple is one of those ingredients that makes baked goods so much better. But once you add caramel to them, the game changes completely and you're left just having them till the plate is empty. Not to mention that the flavors spell out 'perfect for the cold season' in big, friendly letters.

7. Chocolate chip and walnut cookies

With two types of chocolate and lots of crunch courtesy of the walnuts, these cookies are like a dream come true. With this recipe you can make them in your own kitchen, so you won’t have to buy them anymore. They’re ready in just over half an hour and they’re surely cheaper than store-bought ones.

8. Peanut Butter Cookies

If you're a cookie maniac like us, just try this little trick. Add a touch of peanut butter into the dough when you’re making your favorite kind of cookies, and serve them with the jam you prefer. Try it and you’ll surely thank us later!

9. Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies

These coconut chocolate chip cookies are gluten-free and a perfect dish for a Paleo diet meal plan. You can make a large batch and store them in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. That way, you'll have an accessible breakfast or snack for every work day of the week!

10. Colored butter cookies

Homemade butter cookies are a delight, that is why we recommend baking them as often as possible. You only need around a handful of ingredients to make them, so they're quite cheap to make, and your kids will really enjoy them. Especially if you coat them with some colored sprinkles. That will surely catch the eye!

I’m a pop culture nerd who thinks too much about fried bacon, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and life, the Universe and everything. I love food and sometimes you can see that on my hips, but I don't care that much about that.
What I do care more about is trying to eat healthier, even though I admit that I like to indulge in my food fantasies. I’m addicted to puns, so forgive me for that when you read my articles. I now know too much about nutrition to be fun to hang out with. So long and thanks for all the fish-based omega-3 fatty acids.

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