Our yummiest drop cookie recipes are sure to be a hit at your cookie exchange party.
Taking a bite into one of these soft, moist cookies is like eating the top of a pumpkin cupcake. The cinnamon sugar topping gives them a satisfying crunch.
Get the recipe: Spiced Pumpkin Cookies with Cream Cheese Icing
These decadent drops are incredibly easy to prepare, making them perfect for a last-minute cookie exchange. The chocolate-dipped pretzel topping adds an easy, festive flair.
Get the recipe: No-Bake Chocolate Pretzel Clusters
To achieve the super-soft texture of these chocolaty cookies, a little sour cream goes a long way. Drizzle the finished cookies with milk chocolate instead of white, if desired.
Get the recipe: Triple-Chocolate Cake Cookies
Enjoy the campfire taste of s'mores year-round—no roaring fire required! These three-ingredient, no-bake drop cookies are the ultimate holiday treat.
Get the recipe: No-Bake S'more Drops
These simple, sweet drop cookies combine chocolate, coconut and almond in a delightful homage to a Test Kitchen favourite chocolate bar.
Get the recipe: Almond Bliss Cookies
Anyone who loves the classic combo of orange and chocolate is bound to adore these cookies.
Get the recipe: Orange Chocolate Softies
With just a hint of cocoa, these pretty one-bite meringues make a beautiful hostess gift.
Get the recipe: Hazelnut Meringue Kisses
Coconut lovers will rejoice in this twist on a classic. Toasting half of the coconut gives it a lovely golden colour and deepens the coconut flavour.
Get the recipe: Gluten-Free Toasted Coconut Macaroons
Dried figs, crunchy pistachios and chai-inspired? Spices give these humble hermit cookies a sophisticated flavour.
Get the recipe: Chai-Spiced Fig Hermits
The extra pinch of salt, along with the added sweetness of honey-roasted peanuts, makes these sweet, salty peanut cookies the best you'll ever taste!
Get the recipe: Sweet 'N' Salty Peanut Cookies
Inspired by traditional Italian cookies known as "brutti ma buoni," which translates to "ugly, but good," these airy, crispy and chewy meringue drops are essential holiday goodies.
Get the recipe: Chocolate Toffee Meringue Bombs
These festive drop cookies are both chewy and crisp. Pressing the balled cookie dough directly into the sprinkles performs a dual purpose: It allows for better sprinkle coverage and helps to flatten the dough a bit before baking.
Get the recipe: White Chocolate Sprinkle Cookies
These rich morsels have a gorgeous crackle topping.
Get the recipe: Mocha Chocolate Crackles
Recipes in early cookbooks, such as the 1915 edition of the Five Roses Cook Book, show that ginger cookies have been a favourite for generations.
Get the recipe: Ginger Molasses Crinkle Cookies
Honey-roasted peanuts add a sweet crunch to these favourite drop cookies.
Get the recipe: Peanut Crunch Cookies
Crispy sugar-dusted crusts surround perfectly soft, chewy centres in these chocolaty delights. The cookies are so addictive. With plenty of milk on standby, there's no telling how quickly they'll disappear.
Get the recipe: Snowy Chocolate Cookies
Carrot, Ginger and Quinoa Pepper Jacks Credits: spabettie
Who says you have to carve a pumpkin for Halloween? We squash that idea with these creative alternatives.
These little guys are the perfect hiding spot for Halloween treats.
Find instructions at Just Putzing Around the Kitchen.
Pineapples have been a hot trend in decor for awhile now so why not make them a part of your Halloween display too?!
Find out how at A Subtle Reverie.
Line your front steps with these fun-shaped alternatives to pumpkins.
Find out how from Martha Stewart.
Carve an avocado skull inspired by this creative DIY from Katherine Sabbath.
Serve these carrot, ginger and quinoa stuffed peppers at a Halloween feast.
See the recipe at spabettie.
Anna Wintour costume for kids.
Halloween is just around the corner and kids are (arguably) the most excited to dress up. If you're struggling to find costume ideas, don't stress! We've rounded up some of the best Halloween costumes for trick-or-treating.
Waffles blow my mind.
Adventure is out there!
Surprise! I'm Superman.
All eyes on me.
This costume is a blast!
In the name of the moon, I will right wrong and triumph over evil!
The cutest Squirtle in the Pokemon world.
Fighting crime, one hop at a time.
The coolest droid in the galaxy.
Look at my tail! Isn't it neat?
H&M launches a new online store, giving customers across Canada access to stylish H&M Home collections.
When H&M opened it's first Home store in Canada this year, we fell in love with the stylish decor and the wallet-friendly price tags. Starting today, the pretty pieces are accessible across Canada, thanks to the launch of H&M’s Shop Online store. With special deals and free shipping for a limited time, the must-have finds on our shopping list will be gone in a flash. So, pull out your laptop, smartphone or tablet and get shopping!
1. Jacquard-weave cushion cover, $15
2. Patterned cushion cover, $15
3. Metal tray, $20
4. Tin with lid, $18
5. Metal candlestick, $30
6. Metal trivet, $15
7. Patterned cotton rug, $40
8. Small wooden box, $13
9. Chunky knit blanket, $80
10. Oval glass box, $15
Check out the rest of the chic H&M Home decor.