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My top 5 Christmas Cookies I am sharing with you this week take me back to my childhood years when they came out of the oven all warm, chewy, and in some cases gooey.
I remember smelling all of the spices blended together to make the delicious aromas of those buttery, chocolatey, and spicey gingerbread men cooking. Darn, now I might just have to make some today! Ok, let’s get to it so you can get busy making yours!
Everybody loves cookies, so this week I am going to share with you my Top 5 Christmas Cookie Recipes to help you get in the Christmas spirit!
If you are looking for a holiday cookie that rolls out nicely and is tender and crisp then you have landed on the right page. They’re perfect for any kind of cookie-cutter you want to use. It holds its shape beautifully and you don’t have to worry
about them running together when baking. Don’t restrict this cookie to Christmas! This cookie is good any time of the year for any occasion.
These oatmeal cookies are so easy to make and oh so delicious. Only 5 ingredients to make these delicious cookies. Serve these at your next family gathering and watch how fast they will disappear.
Quick and easy to make. 5 minutes to Wow! These delicious cookies are a big hit at parties or just whenever you are craving something sweet and chocolaty. Have plenty on hand because they will go fast!
This classic cookie is so easy to make and it has a soft plump center with lightly crisped edges. Your family will come back for more. This cookie is not one that you can use a cookie cutter on. They will not turn out well at all!
Now, who can celebrate Christmas without Gingerbread men cookies? There is nothing like smelling the warm aromas of cinnamon, cloves, and ginger wafting through your kitchen. Smelling this lets you know the holidays are here. Nothing says it like gingerbread cookies!
Donnas’ Best Holiday Butter Cookies has become a staple at our Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings. This recipe is easy and fun to make with the kids and you can make the dough up ahead of time and leave it in your fridge overnight to help save time. You will need to let it set out about 15 minutes so that it is firm yet easy to roll out. Cut out your desired shapes with cookie cutters bake and decorate. Check out my Soft Cookie Frosting to decorate these cookies for a festive look.
There you have it “My Top 5 Christmas Cookie Recipes”. I know that you are going to enjoy making these delicious cookies with your children or grandchildren. These cookies will make you a hit at your next family gathering and trust me they will disappear quickly! So, what are you waiting for, get baking and enjoy!☕
From my family to yours, Merry Christmas!🎄