Chocolate crinkle cookies! Chocolate dough rolled in powdered sugar and baked into a festive black and white cookie. They're the perfect Christmas cookies!
These festive holiday Snowball Cookies are made with finely chopped walnuts, flour, and vanilla, then rolled into balls and dusted with powdered sugar. They freeze well and ship well, too!
Can't get enough salty-sweet Christmas Crack (a.k.a. Saltine Toffee or Cracker Toffee)? With its layers of chocolate, caramel, and saltines, it's a must for your holiday cookie tray! Here are five fun ways to top your next batch, from pretzels to pecans.
Cinnamon Snaps! This version of crispy gingersnap cookies are packed with cinnamon and sweetened with honey. They're a good choice for bake sales and holiday cookie trays.
Homemade English toffee! Top this crunchy, caramel toffee with dark chocolate and toasted nuts. It's so easy to make and keeps for weeks. Ships well, too!
These homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies are the BEST! One special ingredient helps deepens the flavor and gives the chocolate chip cookies a chewier texture. Save this chocolate chip cookie recipe. It's that good.
Easy to make, classic peanut butter cookie recipe, made with flour, sugar, butter, egg, and peanut butter. Homemade peanut butter cookies are the best!
These Cocoa Coconut Macaroons are like a cross between a classic macaroon and a fudgy brownie.
Almond Shortbread Cookies! For the holidays or "just because." Made with a mix of almond flour and regular flour, and topped with sliced almonds for even more almond flavor.
These Cranberry Pistachio Chocolate Biscotti are tailor-made for dunking in coffee or tea. The recipe makes enough to wrap some up for a friend and keep the rest for yourself!
Candy Cane Cookies! Twists of red-and-white cookie dough flavored with peppermint extract. Such a fun way to celebrate the holidays!
Holiday Pinwheel Cookies are so fun on a cookie tray! Made by rolling with two colors of dough together. Freeze the log of dough for up to a month for slice-and-bake cookies.
Pfeffernüsse Spice Cookies! Traditional German Christmas cookies made with a blend of spices like ginger, cinnamon, and white pepper and glazed. These cookies store and ship very well.
Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies! Soft and chewy, with shredded coconut and dark chocolate chips. These cookies freeze well and are great for care packages.
Chocolate Florentine Cookies! Lacy, nutty, toffee-like cookies sandwiched with a layer of chocolate in the middle. We include lots of great tips to help make them a success!
Christmas Crack! Saltine crackers coated with caramel and chocolate. A salty, crunchy holiday treat. What's not to love?
Easy slice-and-bake pistachio butter cookies! Keep the dough in the fridge or freezer for a cookies whenever you want them. Food processor dough.
Chocolate rum balls! These easy no-bake treats are perfect for your next holiday party.
Soft, chewy chocolate gingerbread cookies! Made with dark chocolate, cocoa powder, and fresh ginger.
Crumbly, buttery, and nutty - Mexican Wedding Cookies are irresistible. Also called Russian Tea Cakes. Make with pecans, walnuts, almonds, or any other nut.
Chocolate-Covered Pretzels are a fun and easy snack to make at home! Decorate with drizzles or sprinkles for a holiday treat.
Crispy, lacy oatmeal cookies. So impressive on a cookie tray.
For lemon lovers only! Made with zest, juice, and extract.
Chocolate-dipped peanut butter balls or Buckeye balls are so easy to make at home with this easy Buckeye recipe. An essential for any cookie tray!
A classic Christmas cookie, originated in Germany and Scandinavia. Spritz is a simple butter cookie pressed into festive shapes and topped with all sorts of garnishes.
White chocolate and macadamia nut cookies spiked with just a touch of coffee.
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