Quiz: Can You Identify These Cookies From an Image and a Hint?
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Can You Identify These Cookies From an Image and a Hint?
By: Kennita Leon
Image: Busakorn Pongparnit / Moment / Getty Images

About This Quiz

One of the best gifts we were given on this earth is food, and there's nothing more decadent or indulgent than dessert. These foods are sweet, rich, melt in your mouth and have the power to make you feel better if you're not in the best of moods. Today, we'd like to zoom in one kind of dessert- the one that is incredibly easy to make, and yet we still go out and buy them, whether it be from the supermarket or the adorable Girl Scouts who knock on our doors -- cookies. 

We've gathered a bunch of them for you to identify, using the pictures that we'll show you, along with a hint that we'll give you, instead of our regular questions. That's right! We're going Jeopardy-style with this cookie quiz and we're curious to find out how you'd do. Will you mistake a chocolate chip cookie for a sugar one, or will you think the oatmeal raisin ones are macadamia nut?

It's time to put your cookie skills to the test in this quiz. Will you be the chief cookie connoisseur by the end, or should you just stick to cake? Let's find out!

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Drops of cocoa-based foods are sprinkled in the batter of this cookie.
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The smooth or crunchy version of a popular breakfast spread is the star of this cookie.
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This cookie is said to be milk's favorite.
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This is one of the simplest cookies one can make and can be sprinkled with a sweet granular substance once baked and cooled.
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This is a French cookie that require patience, finesse and skill to create.
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Dried grapes and a types of breakfast cereal make the name of this cookie.
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This is a type of sugar cookie that is rolled in cinnamon once it's done.
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Houses and men are often made out of this kind of cookie.
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An ingredient that can be used as a substitute for sugar is the star and the reason for the name of this cookie.
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These cookies take the shape of well-known zoo inhabitants.
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This Italian treat is also known as cantucci.
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This cookie is known for being crispy and flat- some are rectangular in shape.
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This is a kind of soft butter cookie that becomes very popular during the holidays.
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The cereal isn't what's used to make this treat, rather its flour.
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This cookie was not made in China, as many people think it was, but rather a bakery in San Francisco.
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The fruit in this cookie can either be sprinkled on the cookie or as a compote, in the center.
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This 15th century creation is also known as savoiardi or sponge fingers.
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This shell-shaped treat has the name of a French woman.
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The star of this cookie is a dairy product that is made from churning milk or cream.
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The main ingredient in this cookie is a spice that resembles bamboo.
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Made from the nut of the hazel tree, this cookie also has unsalted butter and eggs.
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These cookies are made by piping a mixture of whipped egg whites and sugar.
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This citrus-flavored cookie isn't usually the color of the fruit in its name.
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A spiral design in different colors is what this cookie appears as.
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This particular food is usually the base for a cheesecake.
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Sometimes green in color or spattered with specks of green, this cookie is usually made on St. Patrick's Day.
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The star of this cookie is the most well-known (food) symbol of Halloween.
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The cookies, created in Italy, contain almonds and can be served hot or cold.
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A chocolate hazelnut spread that is most commonly used as a breakfast food is the star of this cookie.
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Known for its minty flavor, this cookie is a popular Christmas treat.
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They look nothing like the animal in their name.
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Made with the cake mix of the same name, these cookies are just as rich in color as its name says they are.
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This can be served completely uncooked or baked to a certain extent.
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This cookie also goes by the names black moon, BFO and Bob black-and-white.
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The main ingredient and name of this cookie is a dairy product fermented by bacteria.
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This is a cookie-sized treat with a fruit filling in the middle.
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This is an unconventional cookie which contains fermented cream.
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Characters Snap, Crackle and Pop are the mascots for the main ingredient of this treat.
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A plant of the amaranth family is the inspiration and main ingredient of this cookie.
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This cookie makes use of a popular gelatin and takes the color of the flavor used.
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