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Christmas Cookie Round-Up

There’s nothing like having Christmas cookies! We fell in love with cookies when we were very young and our love has only grown over the years. Cookies often come with memories. What are some of the memories of Christmas that you might associate with a particular cookie?

Christmas Cookie Round up

I’ve searched and created this round-up of recipes from some of the best baking websites out there. I hope you’ll find some that you want to try or are inspired to bake your favorite recipe.

Chewy White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies The flavors of Christmas have to include cranberries and chocolate. These cookies look as beautiful as they taste.

Alton’s Chocolate Coconut Balls The ingredients are chocolate, coconut, macadamia nuts, condensed milk and almond extract. You know that will be awesome!

Buckeye Balls If you love peanut butter and chocolate, you’ll love these easy and yummy balls that look wonderful on any cookie platter.

Christmas Candy Cane Cookies These childhood favorites take a few more steps than some cookies, but the finished product is worth it.

Gingerbread Cookies These adorable cookies are always on a cookie platter. This recipe even gives you advice on the molasses you choose.

Decorated Christmas Cutout Cookies A favorite cookie among children! Whether decorated simply or fancy, they’re always cute! Don’t forget to chill the dough.

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Classic Thumbprint Cookies These fancy looking cookies aren’t hard to make, but are impressive to look at and yummy to eat. I have made them with a dark chocolate center, but this recipe calls for raspberry seedless jam.

Chocolate Peppermint Cookies Want an easy and beautiful cookie? These use prepared cookie dough to make the preparation quicker.

Soft and Thick Snickerdoodles These soft classic cookies can even be made ahead or frozen to make less work for you when the special day comes.

Fudge Crinkles You only need 4 ingredients to make these delicious and pretty cookies.

Happy eating and Merry Christmas!

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