This still what folks consider cookie?
I remember that from when sweeping wind snapshotted.
Pretty much. That''s the original "old-school cookie". "Old reliable" as it's been called, although virtually no one will run Resolve anymore, even if going for a cookie-type build.
Although, more generally it also refers to a build using Sweeping Winds:Cyclone, usually Fist of Thunder and a bunch of skills to buff DPS, with no big AoE spirit spenders or extra spirit generation. If you're only using spirit to spend on abilities with cool downs and to spam your mantra, you're essentially running a cookie cutter build.
It's a weird artifact of how the term developed, and a little contradictory, that there are now so many variants of the "cookie cutter". (Many with Combo Strike, for example). But honestly, if you don't have a no-cooldown AoE spirit spender like Cyclone Strike, Exploding Palm, or Wave of Light, you're more thrown into the cookie jar.
If I had to guess the most common build being played with (or the build that had the most in common with the largest number of builds) to be the "new cookie-cutter", it would probably be something like:http://us.battle.net/d3/en/calculator/monk#aekYdS!UbX!abacbc