We love Christmas cookies! No Christmas party can do without cookies, especially if it’s a tea party. Cookies won’t cost a lot and will make a perfect dessert for everyone, and you can also give them as gifts packing them in pretty boxes. Here are some of the tastiest recipes we could find, hope you’ll enjoy!
A gingerbread man is an absolute leader among all the cookies. But what if you don’t like ginger? Substitute it with cinnamon! Cinnamon is a winner in our eyes, plus it’s a lovely aromatic, strong spice like ginger. These cinnamon men are no less cool and tasty than gingerbread ones!
Here sweet and chewy coconut macaroons with a hint of tartness and spice from cranberries and crystallized ginger. Coconut macaroons are an easy, no-fuss holiday treat to bake and share with all those you love. Ginger adds a touch of tartness, fruitiness and spice and makes it a must have every holiday season!
Snickerdoodle cookies are delicious sugar cookies rolled in cinnamon sugar before baking. Snickerdoodle cookies are a traditional Christmas Cookie here in North America. The outside is crisp with a soft and chewy interior. Simple, but very tasty.
Ultra-soft and chewy ginger cookies, loaded with spice and molasses, and chock-full of semi-sweet chocolate, for a rich, rustic, and decadent holiday cookie that will quickly become a classic!
These gingerbread cookies are made with ginger and some spices which give the unique flavor to this cookies. Invite your kids to decorate these cookies with frosting themselves!
Easy and fast to make, the Vanilla Shortbread Biscuits recipe must be on handy in every kitchen! The best part about it is that you can always use the same ingredients, same instructions, and make lots and lots of other cookie versions.
Chocolate peppermint cookies have a rich dark chocolate flavor, paired with sweet peppermint in the perfect chewy & a slightly crunchy texture! Besides, they are gluten-free.
Light, sweet and melt in your mouth, this is the very best sugar cookies recipe you’ll ever make. An easy dough that can be used to make effortless slice and bake cookies or simply perfect cutouts that don’t lose their shape in the oven.
Let’s try one of the traditional German Christmas desserts – lebkuchen! Lebkuchen are German spiced biscuits, pretty similar to gingerbread, but usually soft. They are so incredibly delicious and their rich spicing makes them perfect for sharing at Christmas.
These sweet little cookies contain creamy white chocolate, tangy dried cranberries, and a touch of orange zest for a delightful taste.
Here’s another traditional European dessert – a crescent cookie or the Vanillekipferl. It is a cookie that originated in Vienna, Austria. This is a simple cookie dough that is made with ground nuts. The soft dough is rolled and shaped into crescents and rolled in sugar.
These festive and delicious coconut sugar cookies are made without refined sugar. They are crisp on the edges with wonderfully chewy centers.
These ginger almond cookies are such easy Christmas cookies to make! This crispy cookie is the best slice-and-bake option if you’re looking for a spicy cookie that is that isn’t overly sweet.
These are other traditional christmas cookies called Linzer cookies. They are traditionally made with raspberry jam but here the author switched for almond flour and cranberry jam. Enjoy the new and refreshed taste!