Festive Christmas Cookies That Everyone Will Love
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Festive Christmas cookies are always a big hit during the holidays. Cookies are perfect for family gatherings and holiday festivities because they are an easy go-to snack that everyone loves. Plus, you can have a variety of different flavors to mix it up. The problem a lot of people have though is choosing what Christmas Cookies to make.
Guests can take a cookie or two here and there to satisfy their sweet tooth making them perfect for holiday parties and family gatherings.
Festive Christmas Cookies That Everyone Will Love
If you are looking for some delicious and festive Christmas cookies to serve this year, this collection is for you! With a mix of simple flavored cookies to those that are more Christmas themed, these festive Christmas cookies are sure to be a hit.
What is the most popular Christmas cookie?
Hands down the answer is the peanut blossom. You will not find that recipe in this list, as it seems that everyone is actually making it already. I do think the fasted way is to start with the ol’ Tupperware peanut butter cookie recipe and then roll into balls, bake, and add a Hershey Kiss right out of the oven.
Tupperware Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe
Don’t know the ol’ Tupperware Peanut Butter Cookie recipe that uses only 3 ingredients? It’s easy! You will need a 1 cup measuring cup and three things; peanut butter (chunky or creamy), sugar, and one egg.
Measure 1 Cup of sugar into your mixing bowl. Then crack the egg into that empty measuring cup and roll it around before dumping onto the sugar in your bowl. It will help “grease” the cup so you can easily get that 1 Cup of peanut butter in and out again.
Mix those three things together until the dough is smooth. drop by spoonful or roll into balls, and bake at 350 for six to 8 minutes.
Classic Sugar Cookies
This is a great video for detailed info on these, along with royal icing!
And I totally love this video from the Little Cookie Company that shows how to decorate a round sugar cookie in multiple adorable designs. I think I need to make some of those snowflakes and snowmen right NOW but know the elf cookie will be brought by our buddy elf Hailee next December.
When should you make Christmas cookies?
The answer to this depends on a few things. First of all, do you have plenty of freezer space? If the answer is YES then you can start mid September and pop things in the freezer as you go. You can freeze cookies for up to about three months before you start to loose flavor and quality. According to the Food Channel:
To freeze cookies, make sure your cookies have thoroughly cooled to room temperature before packaging them. Then, layer them in a freezer safe container, putting sheets of waxed paper or parchment paper in between the layers to prevent sticking. You don’t want to have to pull your pretty cookies apart and leave a mark on the bottom cookies! You’ll want to fill the container, so choose containers appropriate in size for the cookies you’ll bake (but don’t be tempted to mix kinds of cookies).The Food Channel
If you do not have abundant freezer space, you will want to wait until mid November to get started. Regardless, this is a great tip from the Food Channel:
Invest in a good, airtight container—this is not the time to use tins or anything that does not have a seal. We’ve even known people who wrap their airtight containers in plastic wrap before putting in the freezer, and there’s nothing wrong with that precaution if you are using an older container.The Food Channel
Now, let’s get to the cookies!
Honey Cinnamon Cookies
These festive and sweet honey cinnamon cookies are a delicious cookie treat that is sure to become a favorite.
Snowmen Meringue Cookies
Vegan and gluten free, these snowman meringue cookies are shaped like snowmen and are perfect for the holidays.
White Chocolate Peppermint Cookies
Minty and delicious, these white chocolate peppermint cookies are fun and festive for the holidays.
Frosted Chai Spiced Eggnog Cookies
Eggnog is a staple for the holiday season and these tasty chai spiced eggnog cookies will make the perfect holiday cookies.
White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies
Festive and delicious, these cranberry cookies are topped with a white chocolate icing and cranberries for the holidays.
Candy Cane Cookies
Fun and festive, these peppermint flavored candy cane cookies will make the perfect holiday cookies.
Gingerbread Yule Log Cookies
Super cute and fun for the holidays, these gingerbread flavored cookies will be a delicious and unique addition to the holiday cookie tray.
Chocolate Cherry Blossom Cookies
These cherry flavored sugar cookies are topped with a chocolate kiss to taste like a chocolate covered cherry treat.
Chocolate Cake Mix Cookies
Easy to make and festive, these cookies are made with a chocolate cake mix and mixed with holiday themed candy.
Winter Wonderland Chocolate Dipped Oreos
An easy cookie treat for the holidays, these chocolate dipped Oreos are decorated for the holidays.
Painted Sugar Cookies
Shaped like Christmas tree, these sugar cookies are topped with a white icing and then creatively painted for a fun holiday cookie.
Chocolate Peppermint Cookies
Fun, festive, and delicious, these peppermint cookies will be a hit at the holiday cookie table.
Here are a few other festive recipes we think you may like:
- Eggnog Recipe for Sweet Skillet Breakfast Rolls
- Instant Pot Cranberry French Toast Recipe
- Christmas Pudding Recipes To Try
- 12 Top Elf On A Shelf Recipes
- Homemade Non-Alcoholic Eggnog