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10 Of The Most Delicious Christmas Cookies

Looking for a Christmas Cookie recipe that will blow everyone away?! Try one of these ten delicious cookies!


Christmas Spritz

We’ve made Spritz cookies for years to give to neighbors. It’s a simple mix of flour, sugar, and eggs, but the results are your nostalgic favorite. Try this traditional German recipe this month.


Peppermint Melting Moments

The flavor of the season is peppermint!

Gingerbread Cookies

Gingerbread cookies don’t just have to be fun to decorate. Try this recipe for a cookie that’s as good to eat as it looks. The secret is not to overbake.


Cannoli Cookies

Every winter we re-watch the movie, The Godfather (stick with me here.) Not only is there a bittersweet Christmas scene in The Godfather II, but cannoli pastries also feature prominently in the first movie. So, this Christmas leave the candy cane, take the cannoli cookies!


Eggnog Cookies

For me, eggnog is okay, but for my husband it’s an absolute must-have over the holidays. Now he can have the flavors of creamy richness and nutmeg in a cookie form.


Christmas Swirl Sugar Cookies

Kids will especially love these colorful sugar cookies. Substitute blue food coloring to make a beautiful Hanukkah cookie.


Christmas Lights Cookies

Almost too beautiful to eat! Celebrate the season of lights with these merry and bright treats.


Fluffy Sugar Cookies

My husband’s aunt makes these every year. If you’re good, you get a big box shipped to you. We’re always good. These travel and ship well in a full, tightly-sealed container.


Santaland Christmas Cookies

A clever way to use red and green holiday M&Ms. Also, an excuse to buy a big bag of holiday M&Ms.


Chocolate Reindeer Cookies

Everybody loves Rudolf! Maybe mix it up and make most without the red nose so Rudolph is special.

We hope you enjoyed these Christmas cookie recipes! Looking for more recipes like this? Try this Saltine Toffee recipe, this eggnog cupcake recipe, and 12 MORE Christmas cookie recipes!

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