Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without a big platter of holiday cookies for dessert. Choose from shortbread, sandwich cookies, or rolled and dropped cookies for a spectacular dessert assortment.
These cookies expand while baking, creating a fun crinkled effect that kids will love to watch as it happens.
These kid-friendly snowmen cookies are fun to make and give during Christmas. Call on this cookie recipe to be creative for winter birthdays, snow days, or anytime kids gather for cooking and crafting projects.
Turn a favorite holiday flavor into pretty peppermint sandwich cookies and serve them up at a cookie exchange, holiday party, or potluck.
Use a piping bag to easily create Santa's iconic red and white suit. Grab the whole family for some decorating fun.
Bake a herd of Santa's favorite woodland critters for Christmas cookie treats.
Look familiar? These classic cookies have made appearances at Christmas parties for decades.
These artsy Christmas cookies may look impressively difficult to prepare, but they are actually simple. Cream cheese creates a rich, tender dough.
This Christmas drop cookie recipe will quickly become a family favorite when they sample the yummy pecan topping and orange glaze.
These cookie mix jars make for great hostess gifts around the holidays. Layer the ingredients in a glass jar and attach baking directions with a festive red bow.
These soft, cakelike cookies can be decorated for the holidays or just eaten plain anytime of the year.
A buttery sugar cookie dough becomes a Christmas treat that can be served with or without icing.
Use brandy for the adult cookies and orange juice for the kids version when making these adaptable holiday cookies.
Mascarpone, the super-rich Italian cream cheese, makes these preserve-filled cookies tender and flaky. Trim the cookie tops with Christmas sprinkles.
These lemon curd-filled sugar cookies add a zesty finishing touch to any menu. Surprise: They're super easy and quick to make!
Divide Royal Icing into three portions and tint with food coloring to make three gradient green hues. Use a decorating bag to precisely create a matrix of branches for a minimalist but festive treat that looks so good you won't want to eat it (but you will).