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Do you participate in a cookie exchange at work or with your family during the holidays? If so, you know that finding an easy and unique recipe that will make your cookies stand out can be quite a challenge. This year, pick one of the delicious recipes below to make your cookies the hit of the party!
Russian Tea Cakes
Orange Chip Cookies
Brownie Elf Smiley Cookies
Chocolate Gooey Butter Cookies
Cream Cheese Danish COOKIES
Bon Bon Cookies
Black Forest Oatmeal Cookies
Chewy Butterscotch Graham Cookies
Lemon Oatmeal Cookies
Classic Shortbread Cookies in 4 Ingredients with added 1 ingredient Variations
Ethel’s Nice Tomato Cookies Although this may sound strange for a cookie recipe, it dates back to 1926. Give it a try.
Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies
Peanut Butter Cup Cookies
Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies For people with a gluten intolerance (and everyone else too)!
No-Bake Cranberry Nut Cookies
Ritz Mint Cookies Can’t get much easier then these little treats.
Old-Fashioned Soft Pumpkin Cookies
Mexican Spiced Shortbread Cookies
Mrs. Fields Cookie Recipe
Cookie On A Stick What a great treat for a school party!
Chocolate Meringue Kisses
Lemonade Biscotti Although lemonade is considered a summertime beverage, this biscotti recipe brings summertime to mind no matter what the season.
Rocky Road Cookie Cups
If you like to make several different kinds of cookies during the holidays, here’s a tip that is sure to make your holiday baking easier. I spend a couple weekends before the rush of the holidays (sometimes as early as late October) mixing up all the cookie dough. Then I freeze it in large freezer bags (be sure that you use freezer bags since they are heavier and help the dough stay fresh). When I’m ready to bake, I just put the dough in the refrigerator the night before to defrost. This way I can bake without having to bring out all of my ingredients. Hope you have a stress free baking season!