Frequently Asked Questions

About Our Blog

Am I Allowed to Post Your Cookie Photos and/or Recipes on Social Media or Other Blogs?

Every photo used on is copyrighted. However, you may post them as long as you include a link to our original recipe. Our recipes may not be reposted verbatim. For more information on this matter, refer to our recipe and photo use policies.

Can I Include a Cookie Photo in a Roundup Post on My Blog?

Absolutely! You’re more than welcome to include a photo of ours in a blog post so long as you link back to our original recipe page. We do ask, however, that you don’t include the actual instructions or ingredient list in the post.

I Left a Comment on a Cookie Recipe Page But I Don’t See it Listed. Why?

We try to read every comment posted on our site and respond to them quickly, but sometimes that’s not possible. One of the main reasons for this is that we have to hold comments for moderation before posting in order to filter out any that are promotional, spam, or derogatory.

Do You Accept Guest Posts?

Guest posts are not accepted on at this time. We will update the policy here if we make any changes.

Do You Allow Sponsored Posts or Promote Brands You Like?

Yes! We’re always on the lookout for ways to improve our cookies and that includes new products our site’s visitors may also find value in. To ensure quality, we test all products before sharing them with our readers. However, we do not plan on posting any product reviews.

How Can I Stay Up to Date on the Latest Cookie Recipes You Post?

By subscribing to our newsletter! You can do so at the bottom of the page and we’ll email all of our new recipes directly to you! We send out brand-new recipes, baking tips, and more each week. Be sure to confirm your email once you sign up so you don’t miss out!

Can You Help Me Start My Own Blog?

Unfortunately, we won’t be able to help you specifically get started with a blog. We have, however, posted some general information about that subject you may find helpful. This includes tips for using social media like Pinterest to bring visitors to your blog as well as some frequently asked questions people have when they create their first blog. Feel free to send us an email if you still have any questions.

About Our Cookie Recipes

Can I Print Out Your Cookie Recipes?

Yes! To print out a recipe, click the print button directly above the ingredient list. This should automatically print the recipe to whatever printer your computer is hooked up to!

My Cookie Recipe Didn’t Turn Out Right. How Can I Figure Out What Went Wrong?

There are a few things that can go wrong when following a cookie recipe. To help narrow it down, follow these steps:

  1. Double-check the ingredient list and steps to make sure you didn’t overlook anything.
  2. Did you add any substitutions? This could’ve caused the problem. It’s best to try a recipe exactly as written before experimenting with other ingredients in it.
  3. Check the comment section on the recipe page. You may find a user who had a similar experience and has provided some tips on how to avoid the problem.
  4. If you’re still having trouble determining where the recipe went wrong, make sure to post a comment on the recipe page for us to read. We’ll do our best to try and figure out what happened.

Can I Substitute Ingredients in the Cookie Recipe?

Unless we’ve specifically made a note regarding an ingredient substitution in the recipe, there’s no way for us to say whether or not it will work. We’d recommend trying the recipe as it’s written to start but you should try out your substitutions the next time! We’d love to know how your cookies turned out with substitution so be sure to leave us a comment!

Why Did You Include [Ingredient] in the Cookie Recipe? It Might Have Unhealthy Chemicals!

Our goal is to provide our readers with cookie recipes that fit a variety of dietary preferences. This means not all of our recipes will be made completely from scratch. Some people may prefer to use packaged or boxed mixes with their cookies. You can search our full index of recipes (DO WE KEEP THIS LINK?) to find the recipes that best suit your preferences.

Is There a Way to Find Nutrition Information for Your Cookie Recipes?

We try to include nutritional information on each of our cookie recipe pages but these are only estimates. Different brands of products and baking methods may affect each batch of cookies. Here at, we are not medical experts and nothing on our site should be taken as medical advice. In order to obtain more specific nutritional data, consider trying a nutritional calculator like