50 Comforting Christmas Cookie Recipes
Do you have some family favorite Christmas cookie recipes?
Are they neatly organized or do you dig through boxes with hundreds of pieces of scrap paper?
Whether you’ve misplaced some of your standby holiday cookie recipes or you’re looking to try something new, the following article features 50 of the best Christmas cookie recipes from around the blogosphere. From butter cookies to Nutella-infused, you’re sure to find several that will make your mouth water. So, take out the butter and sugar and all those yummy and non-processed ingredients, and fill up that cookie jar!
For more holiday inspiration, be sure to visit our Holidays 2018 page with gift ideas, recipes, and those special events that only come around once a year.
Between twinkling lights, thoughtful gifts, the prospect of a “White Christmas,” and the opportunity to spend quality time with loved ones, there is much to appreciate about the holiday season. Adding to our cheer is an abundance of festive cookies, gracing dessert spreads at holiday parties, and filling our kitchens with irresistible scents (also to be found snuggled up cozily in gift baskets). Homemade cookies are a delicious way to spread smiles to those around you… But what to bake this year?
Whether you are loyal to a year-round classic, can’t stop daydreaming about peppermint and gingerbread, or want to try something totally different, read on for trusted recipes, family traditions, and inspiration.
1. Quick and Easy Peppermint Bark from Yummy Supper
11. Gooey Butter Cake Cookies from Dessert for Two
20. Nutella Eggnog Cookies from Roxana of Roxana’s Home Baking:
28. Lemon Snowball Cookies from Carla of Chocolate Moosey:
33. Italian Christmas Ricotta Cookies from The Clever Carrot
50. Vanilla Bean Christmas Sugar Cookie from Lauren of Lauren’s Latest:
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