How awesome are cookies? Freakin’ super awesome am I right!?
Seriously though, the holidays are a great time to impress your family members with some fancy AND delicious holiday themed cookies.
Here Are 20 of the Best Holiday Cookies
Prepare your mouth for watering!
Dang! That’s one fine looking cookie if I do say so myself. Olivia from LivForCake came up with these dark chocolate and peppermint cookies after modifying a Halloween cookie she had previously made.
This recipe should yield about 36 cookies and should take you about an hour and a half to prep, and then 10 minutes to cook.
These little wreath cookies look awesome! They are easy and quick to make and will definitely be a conversation starter when you bring them into a room. Amanda Rettke of I Am Baker shows you how to make them (it’s easy!).
These buttery snowball cookies filled with walnuts sound and look delicious. Be careful carrying them around outside though or you may accidentally become apart of your neighborhoods annual snowball fight… check out the recipe on Wicked Good Kitchen.
Total time to make these is 1 hour and 15 minutes, with a yield of about 6 dozen.
These cookies look magical, and they’re perfect for that snowy holiday feel. If you enjoy a melt in your mouth cookie, then you’ll love these. Sam from SugarSpunRun will guide you through the simple recipe.
They take 10 minutes to bake and I couldn’t find an estimated yield, so you’ll just have to bake them and find out!
These are some cute cookies I must say. Great thing about them is they are no-bake! This would be really fun to make with your kids or as a couple. Check out Noshing with the Nolands for the full instructions.
Total time to make these is only 30 minutes!
These cookies are inspired from The Elf movie, so you can expect them to be a bit weird. Weird is fun though right? This recipe uses chow mein noodles as an ingredient, that’s gotta be a first right?
You can find this recipe on Delish.com. It will take 20 minutes to make around 10 cookies.
I love thin mint cookies so this is a cookie I’ll have to try to make this year. Head over to Butter With a Side of Bread for the full recipe.
No baking is required for this recipe and the yield is around 20 cookies.
Those Are My Top Holiday Cookies
I tried to keep this list short because I don’t want to overwhelm anyone with a list of a billion Christmas cookies you won’t have time to make this year. That is also why I am going to make it my goal this Christmas to try to make at least one of these recipes, I encourage you to do the same!
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