Treasury of Christmas Cookie Recipes

     

    Saying goodbye to old neighbors, or introducing your family to new ones? Planning a holiday party in your new home? Just want your home to have that Christmas Cheer smell? Christmas cookies are the answer! We’ve compiled links to some of our favorites below. Enjoy!

    Taste of Home – Top 10 Cookie Recipes

    This list of recipes includes classics such as cutout cookies, fruitcake, gingersnaps & gingerbread. It also has new twists on old favorites and the pictures are gorgeous.

    The Spruce – 36 Best Christmas Cookie Recipes

    We found dozens of our favorite cookie recipes, including basic shortbread and sugar cookies, butter cookies, fancy bars, and traditional Christmas cookie recipes here! We also love their tip to make the cookies and FREEZE them! You can freeze most cookies or freeze the dough to bake them fresh right before Christmas. Great tip, especially if you are extra busy with either selling or buying a new home.

     

    Martha Stewart’s Favorite Cookie Swap Recipes

    There are 33 recipe selections here that will keep well and are sure to delight all the lucky recipients at your holiday cookie-swap. There is also a holiday cookie guide that is sure to be helpful to you.

     

     

    Hot Chocolate Cookie Cups 

    Want to really impress the neighbors? Or the kids?

    These Hot Chocolate Cookie Cups are so cute and clever.

     

     

     

     

    Pretzel Hugs

    Need a recipe that the kids can help with?

    Pretzel Hugs may be the answer!

     

     

     

     

     

    Gluten Free Christmas Cookie Recipes

    If you happen to be a Gluten free family, we came across this list of  Gluten Free Christmas Cookie recipes that have our mouths watering!

    That’s all for now. We are going to go bake some cookies! Which one are you going to try first?

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