25 Days of Christmas Cookies

No Christmas is complete without cookies. Whether you’re hosting a party or you want to have a sweet treat for friends and family who drop by. Here are some delicious cookie recipes that no Christmas should be without.


Chocolate Reindeer Cookies

Get the kiddos involved in making these delicious and fun reindeer cookies. These should be a part of every Christmas spread.

Get the recipe at Taste of Home

Peppermint Kiss Thumbprint Cookies

These soft and fluffy cookies taste just like a mini sugar cookie with a burst of peppermint. What Christmas would be complete without a peppermint cookie?

Get the recipe at Crem de la Crumb

Christmas Lights Cookies

These cookies are the perfect treat for December. They’re easy to make and sure to please kids of all ages.

Get the recipe at Fireflies and Mud Pies

Triple Chocolate-Hazelnut Cookies

I love hazelnut and these cookies are simply delightful. You can’t go wrong with brown sugar, cinnamon and coffee.

Get the recipe at Country Living

White Chocolate Dipped Ginger Cookies

Mmm… ginger cookies. These wonderful cookies are not only delicious, you’ll hate to eat them because they look so good.

Get the recipe at Cooking Classy

Red Velvet Snowballs

There aren’t many treats that scream Christmas as much as the snowball. These red velvet beauties are no exception.

Get the recipe at Country Living

Iced Sugar Cookies

Decorate these delicious cookies with sparkling sugar and sugar pearls and you’ll be a hit at the company Christmas party.

Get the recipe at My Recipes

Crinkly, Cranky Grinch Cookies

The Grinch doesn’t like Christmas or cookies, but that’s OK because it just means more cookies for you and me.

Get the recipe at Simplistically Living

Perfect Snickerdoodle Cookies

This perfect little cookie is easy to make with only 8 ingredients. You need to be sure to make enough because they’ll be gone as soon as you make them.

Get the recipe at Life’s Little Sweets

Melted Snowman Oreo Balls

You can’t get any cuter cookie than these. Crank out a couple of batches of these and they’ll definitely be the perfect addition at any holiday party.

Get the recipe at The Girl Who Ate Everything

Christmas Wreath Cookies

No bake and only 6 ingredients. These are probably the easiest cookies in the world to make. Oh, they also happen to be absolutely delicious.

Get the recipe at Dinner at the Zoo

Stain Glass Window Cookies

These may look like another simple cookie, but I think they’re beautiful. The stained glass is made from Jolly Ranchers so it’s like two treats in one.

Get the recipe at That Skinny Chick Can Bake

Vanilla Pudding Cake Cookies

Pudding Cake Cookies. Need I say more? They are very delicious and so simple, simple simple.

Get the recipe at Mom’s Test Kitchen

Hot Chocolate Cookie Cups

Are you looking for something a bit different than the regular cookies to set out for Santa? Well, you’ve found it.

Get the recipe at Butter With A Side Of Bread

Frosted Cranberry Cookies

Do you have some leftover cranberry sauce? Here’s the best thing to do with it. Make these soft and delicious cookies!

Get the recipe at The Novice Chef

White Chocolate Eggnog Cookies

So I’m not a bit fan of eggnog, but I’ll be the first one to the plate whenever these cookies are made. They are so delicious.

Get the recipe at Wine and Glue

Pecan Sandies

Whether you say pee-can or p-caan, you’ll agree that pecan sandies are one of the best cookies ever invented.

Get the recipe at Let’s Dish

Buttery Jam Thumbprint Cookies

Get the recipe at Chew Out Loud

Grandma’s Sour Cream Sugar Cookies

Get the recipe at The Recipe Rebel

Dark Chocolate Candy Cane Cookies

Get the recipe at Liv For Cake

Candy Cane Cookies

Get the recipe at Home Cooking Memories

Hot Chocolate Cookies

Get the recipe at Averie Cooks

Irish Ginger Snap Cookies

Get the recipe at Recipe Land

Peanut Butter Blossoms

Get the recipe at Saving Room For Dessert

Sticky Paws

Get the recipe at The First Year

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