Baking cookies are one of the essential traditions of the Christmas tradition. But with so many delicious options, it can be tough for you to decide which one to make for the holidays. Well, you don’t have to worry anymore. Whether you are looking for easy Christmas cookie recipes or you want to prepare some cute cookies for the kids, these cute cookies will make perfect sweet treats for you to celebrate the holiday.
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Rudolf No-Bake Cookies:
So you had brought all the materials for making cookies, but forgot at the end moment? Don’t fret; we have got a no-bake Christmas cookie recipe for you. And going by the look of it, it does not look like a no-bake dessert from anyway. Kids will be delighted seeing their favorite Rudolf the reindeer on their platter. If you want to give them for a gift, then pack them in clear cellophane bags.
Dark Chocolate M&M Cookies:
Here’s the recipe for dark chocolate cookies packed with Choco chips and topped with M&Ms. It’s chewy outside and gooey inside. Plus the crunchy M&M on the top! You gotta make this cookie this Christmas. If your kids are not great fans of dark chocolate, then you can use regular cocoa powder. Don’t be surprised if the guests start asking for the recipes.
Carrot Cake Roll Out Cookies:
What is better than carrots? Carrot shaped cookies! We’ve shortlisted this recipe for the little bunnies in your house. The cookie looks extremely cute, but it’s the cream cheese icing that does wonders. Every bite of this cookie is melt-in-the-mouth good. My mouth is salivating already!
Thumbprint Snowman Cookies:
Thumbprint cookies look incredibly cute. And when made into snowmen, there they are cuteness personified. Just join two balls of cookies and make a thumbprint at the center of both the cookies. Fill with white chocolate icing and decorate as snowmen. You can even make these cookies ahead of time. They freeze beautifully for months.
No Roll Frosted Sugar Cookies:
Don’t you think Christmas feels incomplete without frosted sugar cookies? To make your Christmas complete, we’ve put a recipe of cute, no roll frosted sugar cookies. In this cookie, you will get the texture and flavor of typical sugar cookie, but with a simple, round shape. And the red and white color combination is looking very festive.
Grinch Oreo Pops:
No child can be scared of Grinch when he is dressed like a cute cookie pop. These Grinch cookies are sure to be the showstopper of your party. Even if you were not hosting a Christmas party, these pops would be great for a family Christmas Eve. How can you have Oreos without milk? To make it more fun, serve the milk in plastic champagne or martini glasses and let the kid take a shot at the party.
Chocolate Dipped Almond Cookies:
Do you love chocolate, but hate piling on the calories? We all hate that, isn’t it? But not with these cookies. Packed with less than 80 calories, these nutty and crispy cookies make a delicious holiday treat. And the white chocolate coating is making it undeniably decadent. And if you don’t care about the calories, then feel free to dip the whole cookie in white chocolate. Just sprinkle some red, crushed candies to make it look ultra-glamorous.
Gingerbread Man Cookies:
Just like sugar cookies, even gingerbread man cookies are a staple of Christmas. But this one is not the regular gingerbread man cookies. It has a hint of chocolate too. The delicious aroma of the cinnamon and ginger will fill your kitchen. Look at the smiles on the faces of these cute little men. You can even give a dark chocolate frosting to the cookie. It will taste delicious.
White Chocolate and Peppermint Christmas Wreath Cookies:
Here’s another well thought and well-made cookie. It has chocolate and mint, so how can anyone not love this one. You’ll get a punch of mint as you take a bite of this cookie. Best of all, these cookies do not require any baking. What else do you want?
No no, this is not a lollipop. This is an intricately made lollipop cookie. Yes, it does require a bit of work, but the result will be totally worth it. And it will actually quite fun creating these. Gather all your friends and make a batch of this cookie. Just make sure you wrap in a transparent treat bag and tie with a ribbon.
Snow Cute Sugar Cookie Squirrels:
Are they chipmunks? Or are they squirrels? We don’t know about that, but this cookie is, hands down, the cutest cookie in our list. And I’m sure each one of you will agree on this. The blogger has decorated the cookie meticulously, keeping every detail in mind. Hat’s off to her. And we loved she made them stand up.
Chocolate Decorated Heart Shaped Cookies:
Heart shaped cookies dipped in chocolate can never go out of trend; at least until there are romantics like us left on the planet. The heart is a versatile shape for making cookies. They look as good during Christmas as they would look on the Valentine’s day. The sprinkles on the cookies are adding the extra dimension to it. Just a reminder, if you are following the sugar cookie recipe, then makes sure the icing is buttery smooth.
Bear Holding Heart Cookie:
These tiny little bears, holding hearts are just too adorable to eat. We have included these cookies in our Christmas special list, but they are fun to make any time of the year, be it Valentine’s Day or Easter. You can even try several variations while making these cookies. For example, if you are making these cookies for Christmas, then give tiny stars for the Bears to hold, hearts for Valentine’s Day, pumpkin for Halloween and egg for Easter.
Penguin Ice Box Cookies:
Alright, folks! I’m making these cookies for Christmas. Not because these pumpkins are adorable, but because they are purple, which happens to be one of my favorite colors. And even this cookie freezes well, so you can have it whenever your sweet tooth calls. They’ll make perfect gifts for kids too.
Happy Little Ghost Sugar Cookies:
Could there be any ghost cuter than this one? No, right? They look utterly adorable, with their smiling face. The surprised expression is equally cute. These cookies are also very easy to make, making it great for beginners. And can you guess how the blogger got the ghost shape? By using mini tulip cookie cutter! Surprised? Yes, it looks more like a Halloween cookie, but a slight variation doesn’t hurt, especially when the cookies are so cute.
These cute Christmas cookies recipe will surely dazzle the crowd and will make the season extra special for the little guests attending the party. Which of these cookies are you planning to make for this Christmas? Share the recipe with us by commenting below!