93 Christmas Cookie Recipes for Absolutely Any Holiday Occasion

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Christmas cookies recipes - best easy holiday cookie recipes: Chocolate Peppermint Shortbreads
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Around this time of year, there's no such thing as too many Christmas cookies. With the right cookie recipes, these tasty little holiday treats are ready for any occasion. Gift exchanges, office holiday parties, school celebrations, family gatherings, and more can all benefit from the addition of a few of the best Christmas cookies, just like all holiday greetings and Instagram posts are improved with the inclusion of some good Christmas quotes.

You may have Christmas cookie recipes passed down from a mother or grandfather; you may have some favorites you've picked up over the years. Or you might not have found your can't-resist, must-make holiday cookie recipe yet, and that's all right, it takes time to find that perfect treat that is easy for you to make, satisfies the whole family, and makes a great homemade gift, too.

Fortunately for you, we have dozens of cookie recipes perfect for the holiday season. From a foolproof peanut butter cookie recipe to giftable bars to easy lemon bars, these recipes are sure to satisfy every sweet tooth. They have a range of skill levels, cooking times, and ingredients, too, so finding the right treat for your ability and time availability will be a breeze.

The real challenge here is picking just one Christmas cookie to bake this season. If you end up picking a handful to enjoy (and share, if you want), you're not the only one. Find your perfect recipes, set up some Christmas movies on Netflix, and get baking—you might just find that filling your cookie jar is a whole lot easier than tracking down all the Christmas gifts you need this year.

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Chocolate Peppermint Shortbreads

Chocolate Peppermint Shortbreads
Johnny Miller

Double chocolate plus peppermint? That's a recipe for holiday cookie success! First, you'll make a cocoa-infused shortbread dough, which is spiked with just enough peppermint extract to give a hint of mint, rather than an intense toothpaste-like flavor. Then you'll press the dough into a cool square-edged log. (But if that feels too hard, you can just roll them into a round log.) Don't rush the chilling process. This makes the dough easier to slice plus helps the cut cookies hold their shape in the oven. Once the cookies are baked and cooled, they get a glossy coating of melted chocolate and a sprinkle of peppermint candies. For the easiest clean up, set the cookies on a rack over a foil-lined baking sheet before pouring the chocolate over. Top with the crushed candies and let cool until the chocolate is firm. The result? A modern take on peppermint patty flavors, all dressed up for a party. Serve alongside hot cocoa or eggnog for a festive pairing.

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White Chocolate and Peppermint Brownies

White Chocolate and Peppermint Brownies
Levi Brown

Your search for the perfect Christmas brownie ends right here with these party-ready sweets. We start with our favorite chocolate brownie recipe, using both cocoa powder and semisweet chocolate, and bake as usual. Once the brownies have cooled completely, the fun begins. First, dress them up with a layer of melted white chocolate, then sprinkle with chopped peppermint candies (leftover candy canes work great here, too) for a pretty holiday touch. When everything is set, cut into squares and enjoy. A rich, cakey brownie base topped off with smooth white chocolate and crunchy bits of peppermint goodness—who could resist?

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Chocolate-Peppermint Cookies

No-Bake Chocolate-Peppermint Cookies
Romulo Yanes

Don't feel like baking but still want to serve something homemade? These no-bake cookies are just the thing. Even better, you can make them a day ahead. You'll start with store-bought chocolate wafer cookies, then process them into a dough with cream cheese, powdered sugar, and mascarpone. Shape into logs, then chill in the fridge until firm. Roll the chilled logs in crushed peppermint candies, then slice and serve. Is it really a cookie? Is it a confection? We're not sure, but either way, it's delicious. For a different twist, you can also roll the dough in crushed toasted nuts or roasted cocoa nibs.

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Gingerbread Men

Food Processor Gingerbread Men
Romulo Yanes

A holiday cookie platter just isn't the same without a few cheerful gingerbread men (and women) in the batch. Making these cut-out cookies from scratch sounds like a daunting task, but using a food processor instead of a standard electric mixer can help guarantee great results every time. The food processor cuts the butter into the dry ingredients more evenly, so you'll wind up with a dough that's firm enough to roll out and cut into shapes, yet is tender enough to chew and enjoy. After they're baked, decorate as you wish. They'll be almost too cute too eat, but once you take a bite of these cookies—flavored with ginger, cinnamon, and molasses—you won't be able to stop nibbling.

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Salted Chocolate Buckwheat Thins

Salted Chocolate Buckwheat Thins
Johnny Miller

Hello, good looking! These gorgeously shiny and crisp cookies are also gluten-free, thanks to buckwheat groats, which are triangular-shaped seeds of a buckwheat plant. The toasted groats add texture to these wafer-like cookies, plus the signature subtle, nutty flavor of buckwheat, which tilts the cocoa- and toffee-flavored dough toward the grown-up side. Serve with a glass of milk for dunking, or take advantage of the wide, flat shape to make ice cream sandwiches. Play up the toasty flavors with butter pecan, or double down on the cocoa-infused dough with scoops of chocolate ice cream. Want to get a head start on holiday baking? This dough can be made two days ahead. Refrigerate until ready to bake, then scoop and bake straight from the fridge. Be sure to let them cool completely before packing up for giving: they'll lose they're crispiness if stacked before they reach room temperature.

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Pignoli

Pine Nut Cookies
Jennifer Causey

Not lucky enough to have an Italian grandmother? Never fear. These classic Italian pignoli cookies may look and sound fancy, but they're quite easy and fun to make. You don't need a lot of ingredients, either. Almond paste (don't use marzipan) gives them their signature flavor and makes them moist and chewy, while orange zest helps cut through the richness and adds an unexpected hint of citrus. Using delicate powdered sugar in place of granulated ensures these irresistible cookies will melt in your mouth. Topped with a generous sprinkle of pine nuts and baked until lightly golden, they'll make any nonna's holiday table proud.

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Nutella Cones With Hazelnut Praline

Nutella Cones With Hazelnut Praline
Johnny Miller

If you're looking for a cookie recipe to win the holiday bake sale, look no further. These adorable cones steal the show. Plus, they're surprisingly simple to make. They start with a chocolate coating reminiscent of Magic Shell, that lines the inside of mini sugar cones. While it may seem tricky at first, once you get into the rhythm of coating the shells it will go lickety split. Don't be tempted to skip this step, though: it keeps the cones from getting soggy and keeps them crisp and crunchy. An easy-to-make mixture of toasted hazelnuts and Nutella gets tucked inside each cone then more Magic Shell drapes over top. A sparkly, crunchy homemade hazelnut praline tops them off (but you could use a similar store-bought version if you can find it). These cookies are a decadent Nutella-lover's dream, but we think even non-chocoholics will swoon for them.

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Microwave Peanut Brittle

Microwave Peanut Brittle
Raymond Hom

If you've ever wondered how to make peanut brittle, you're in luck. In fact, our method is fairly foolproof, since we use a microwave to do the bulk of the work. This crunchy candy may look complicated, but your handy kitchen appliance can easily pull off the task. You'll use the microwave to melt some of the key ingredients together—sugar, salt, light corn syrup, and butter. Stir in the peanuts, vanilla extract, and a little baking soda, then spread on a parchment-lined baking sheet to cool. Once it has hardened, break into small pieces for a sweet, nutty treat.

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Spiced Sugar Cookies

Spiced Sugar Cookies
Levi Brown

Give simple sugar cookies a seasonal twist with cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger.

Get the recipe: Spiced Sugar Cookies

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Cornflake Meringues

Cornflake Meringues
Johnny Miller

There's a lot to love about a great meringue cookie—a crisp outer shell, a gooey soft interior, and in this case, salty-sweet cornflakes for crunch. To make them perfectly is all about getting egg whites to form stiff, glossy peaks. The key is to start with an extra clean bowl. Before you get going, wash the bowl of your stand mixer, then wipe down with a mixture of distilled vinegar and water, which breaks down any remaining fat that might be clinging to the bowl from previous recipes like whipped cream. Cornflakes add great crunch but experiment with other cereals and find out what you like best. Cocoa pebbles? Grape Nuts? Have fun with it! The edible gold is optional, but it makes for a showstopper effect, worthy of birthdays, holidays, or New Year's Eve celebrations. Store any leftover cookies in an airtight container at room temperature for up to a week.

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Chewy Gingersnaps

Chewy Gingersnaps
Levi Brown

These spicy cookies get their holiday flavor from a mix of ginger, nutmeg, cloves, and cinnamon.

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Caramelized Honey Nut Bars

Caramelized Honey Nut Bars
Johnny Miller

Caramel-coated almonds and pepitas (aka pumpkin seeds) make up the filling of these incredibly tasty honey-nut bars. The base is a classic press in short dough, which comes together quickly in a food processor. Then, you'll make a quick caramel coating that envelops the nuts and seeds. We like the combination of almonds and pumpkin seeds here but feel free to swap in an equal measure of whatever nuts you like. The nut mixture tops the crust and then it all goes to bake together in the oven, resulting in a chewy treat that's as welcome alongside mid-morning coffee as it is after a dinner party. Pro tip: these bars are easiest to slice when they are just this side of room temperature (read, slightly warm). For extra clean cuts, get your knive very hot under running water, wipe it dry then slice. Repeat and slice.

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Simple Sugar Cookies

Simple Sugar Cookies
Levi Brown

These basic but tasty cookies can be cut out and decorated any way you please.

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Spicy Citrus Sandwich Cookies

Spicy Citrus Sandwich Cookies
Johnny Miller

These sandwich cookies not only look bakery-worthy, they're totally delicious. The off-center cut out takes normal sandwich cookies to a modern-art place, and sparkling sugar and lime zest add a spectacular sparkle. As for the dough, it's flavored with lime zest and spicy cayenne pepper, making for a unique sweet-tart pairing. The cookies stick together with a lemon curd center, which draws on the citrus flavors in the dough. Make these your go-to gifting cookie for the holiday season and you're sure to win rave reviews. If lemon curd is too tart for your palate, try half curd and half vanilla frosting for a mellower take on the filling (but raspberry jam works too). And if you'd rather keep your cookies strictly sweet, feel free to omit the cayenne pepper. One last tip: to keep your edges crisp, freeze or refrigerate the cut out dough until firm prior to baking.

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Chocolate-Pistachio Slice-and-Bake Cookies

Chocolate-Pistachio Slice-and-Bake Cookies
Raymond Hom

These rich, eye-catching, pistachio-studded cookies look sophisticated, but couldn't be simpler to make. Sprinkle the cookies with coarse sugar to give them extra shine.

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No-Bake Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

No-Bake Chocolate, Peanut Butter, and Oatmeal Cookies
Raymond Hom

It's no secret that chocolate and peanut butter are a match made in confectionary heaven. These chewy treats get a third partner: rolled oats, which add an extra layer of texture and might even trick your guests into thinking these are healthy. We've also thrown in some peanuts to boost the crunch factor and add a double dose of nuttiness. Best of all, these simple, rustic-looking cookies don't even require an oven. Just drop spoonfuls of batter onto baking sheets and let cool until set. There's no need to refrigerate them, either; they'll keep at room temperature for up to 3 days.

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Kitchen Sink Chocolate Bark

Kitchen Sink Chocolate Bark
Raymond Hom

This addictive sweet-and-salty candy is loaded with tasty ingredients, including shredded coconut, mixed nuts, dried fruit, and pretzels.

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Fig Crumb Bars

Fig Crumb Bars
Raymond Hom

In this not-so-classic bar cookie, a layer of dried figs, brown sugar, and orange juice anchors the buttery cinnamon topping.

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Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

Pumpkin Whoopie Pies
Raymond Hom

Soft pumpkin-flavored cookies are sandwiched together with a sweet cream cheese filling.

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White Chocolate Macadamia Cookies

White Chocolate Macadamia Cookies
Raymond Hom

These chewy cookies will keep for up to 5 days in an airtight container.

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Dark Chocolate Walnut Fudge

Dark Chocolate Walnut Fudge
Raymond Hom

Use high-quality chocolate to maximize the flavor of this creamy, rich fudge.

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Brown Sugar Cookies

Brown Sugar Cookies
Raymond Hom

Dust these cute little treats with cinnamon sugar before baking for a touch of sweetness and spice.

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Oat, Raisin, and Nut Bars

Oat, Raisin, and Nut Bars
Raymond Hom

The star of this recipe, oats are packed with goodness, from cholesterol-fighting fiber and antioxidants to a nutty taste and chewy texture.

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S'mores Blondies

S’mores Blondies
Raymond Hom

Update a childhood favorite with these chewy bars topped with mini marshmallows, chocolate chips, and crumbled graham crackers.

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Mint Brownie Bites

Mint Brownie Bites
Raymond Hom

Peppermint extract in the chocolate ganache and a garnish of crushed peppermint candies give mini brownies a cool, wintry bite.

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Chocolate-Cherry Biscotti

Chocolate-Cherry Biscotti
Raymond Hom

Feeling decadent? Dip one side of each cookie in melted chocolate.

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Toffee-Oat Chocolate Chip Cookies

Toffee-Oat Chocolate Chip Cookies
Raymond Hom

Rolled oats add texture and a pleasing nuttiness to these chewy favorites.

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Coconut Slice-and-Bake Cookies

Coconut Slice-and-Bake Cookies
Raymond Hom

Toasting the coconut before adding to the batter to deepens its flavor and give it a lovely golden color.

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Jam Sandwich Cookies

Jam Sandwich Cookies
Raymond Hom

Dust the tops of these buttery, jam-filled cookies with confectioners' sugar for a beautiful wintry effect.

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Gingersnaps With Crystallized Ginger

Gingersnaps With Crystallized Ginger
Sang An

Get the recipe: Gingersnaps With Crystallized Ginger

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Raspberry Rugelach

Raspberry Rugelach
Rayond Hom

If you like variety, try making some of the cookies in the batch using other jams, like apricot or peach.

Get the recipe: Raspberry Rugelach

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Almond Thins

Almond Thins
Raymond Hom

Add ground almonds to the batter and fold in toasted slivered almonds for a double dose of nuttiness.

Get the recipe: Almond Thins

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Lollipop Cookies

Lollipop Cookies
Raymond Hom

These whimsical treats can be decorated to suit any holiday or occasion and make a perfect activity for kids.

Get the recipe: Lollipop Cookies

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Buckeyes

Buckeyes
Raymond Hom

Creamy peanut butter bites dipped in bittersweet chocolate are an irresistible indulgence.

Get the recipe: Buckeyes

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Cashew Gingersnaps

Cashew Gingersnaps
Levi Brown

Add cashews and candied ginger to the batter to add a nutty crunch and an extra spicy kick.

Get the recipe: Cashew Gingersnaps

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Chocolate Chunk Gingersnaps

Chocolate Chunk Gingersnaps
Levi Brown

Chunks of chocolate in every bite give the cookies a decadent twist.

Get the recipe: Chocolate Chunk Gingersnaps

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Double Chocolate Brownies

Double Chocolate Brownies
Levi Brown

Cocoa powder and semisweet chocolate ensure these brownies have a deep, rich flavor.

Get the recipe: Double Chocolate Brownies

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Peanut Butter Cup Brownies

Peanut Butter Cup Brownies
Levi Brown

For a childhood take on standard brownies, fold in chopped mini peanut butter cups.

Get the recipe: Peanut Butter Cup Brownies

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Classic Shortbread

Classic Shortbread
Levi Brown

Buttery shortbread makes a great gift; its firm texture means that it will transport well.

Get the recipe: Classic Shortbread

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Toasted Pecan Shortbread

Toasted Pecan Shortbread
Levi Brown

Toasting the nuts deepens their flavor, making them a delicious crunchy addition to the basic recipe.

Get the recipe: Toasted Pecan Shortbread

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Chocolate-Drizzled Shortbread

Chocolate-Drizzled Shortbread
Levi Brown

Dress up the original by melting chocolate in the microwave and drizzling over the cooled shortbread.

Get the recipe: Chocolate-Drizzled Shortbread

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Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cookies
Levi Brown

There's always room for this crowd-pleasing classic on any holiday table.

Get the recipe: Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Mocha Chocolate Chip Cookies

Mocha Chocolate Chip Cookies
Levi Brown

Crushed chocolate-covered espresso beans elevate this cookie to a more sophisticated grown-up treat.

Get the recipe: Mocha Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Apricot-Macadamia Chocolate Chip Cookies

Apricot-Macadamia Chocolate Chip Cookies
Levi Brown

The unexpected combination of dried apricots, chopped macadamia nuts, and chocolate chips adds a fun twist.

Get the recipe: Apricot-Macadamia Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Sugared Pecan Balls

Sugared Pecan Balls
Levi Brown

Dusted with confectioners' sugar, these dainty little cookies pack a lot of flavor into every bite.

Get the recipe: Sugared Pecan Balls

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Cardamom Cashew Balls

Cardamom Cashew Balls
Levi Brown

Pungent ground cardamom lends a warm quality to this variation made with roasted cashews.

Get the recipe: Cardamom Cashew Balls

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Cinnamon Walnut Balls

Cinnamon Walnut Balls
Levi Brown

A final sprinkle of cinnamon gives these treats an extra touch of holiday flair.

Get the recipe: Cinnamon Walnut Balls

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Pecan Bars

Pecan Bars
Levi Brown

Crunchy, chewy, and nutty, these bars will keep for about 5 days.

Get the recipe: Pecan Bars

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Maple-Walnut Bars

Maple-Walnut Bars
Levi Brown

Embrace the season by baking this version with pure maple syrup.

Get the recipe: Maple-Walnut Bars

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Chocolate-Date Pecan Bars

Chocolate-Date Pecan Bars
Levi Brown

Antioxidant-rich chocolate and heart-healthy dates make this decadent bar seem almost good for you.

Get the recipe: Chocolate-Date Pecan Bars

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Almond Biscotti

Almond Biscotti
Levi Brown

Use both whole almonds and almond extract to infuse these cookies with a double dose of nuttiness.

Get the recipe: Almond Biscotti

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Pistachio-Anise Biscotti

Pistachio-Anise Biscotti
Levi Brown

Swap in pistachios and add a teaspoon of anise seed to give the biscotti a licorice flavor.

Get the recipe: Pistachio-Anise Biscotti

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Chocolate-Cherry Biscotti

Chocolate-Cherry Biscotti
Levi Brown

Studded with antioxidant-rich dried cherries, chopped chocolate, and toasted hazelnuts, this version is chock-full of tasty goodness.

Get the recipe: Chocolate-Cherry Biscotti

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Chocolate Chocolate-Chunk Cookies

Chocolate Chocolate-Chunk Cookies
Levi Brown

There's melted chocolate in the batter along with chocolate chunks in the final product—a chocoholic's delight.

Get the recipe: Chocolate Chocolate-Chunk Cookies

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Peanut-Raisin Chocolate-Chunk Cookies

Peanut-Raisin Chocolate-Chunk Cookies
Levi Brown

Mix in raisins and roasted peanuts to make this version especially kid-friendly.

Get the recipe: Peanut-Raisin Chocolate-Chunk Cookies

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Marshmallow Chocolate-Chunk Cookies

Marshmallow Chocolate-Chunk Cookies
Levi Brown

Gooey melted marshmallows are a perfect partner for this chocolatey cookie.

Get the recipe: Marshmallow Chocolate-Chunk Cookies

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Citrus Sugar Cookies

Citrus Sugar Cookies
Levi Brown

Change up the basic batter by adding finely grated orange, lemon, or lime zest.

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Peanut Butter Cookies

Peanut Butter Cookies
Levi Brown

These flourless peanut butter cookies take just 30 minutes from start to finish.

Get the recipe: Peanut Butter Cookies

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Toffee-Pretzel Peanut Butter Cookies

Toffee-Pretzel Peanut Butter Cookies
Levi Brown

With a combination of salty and sweet, these cookies are sure to satisfy every craving.

Get the recipe: Toffee-Pretzel Peanut Butter Cookies

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Cranberry-Oat Peanut Butter Cookies

Cranberry-Oat Peanut Butter Cookies
Levi Brown

Add a holiday spin with colorful, seasonal dried cranberries.

Get the recipe: Cranberry-Oat Peanut Butter Cookies

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Cocoa-Molasses Cookies

Cocoa-Molasses Cookies
Joseph De Leo

You can never go wrong with a spiced molasses cookie during the holidays. You can improve on it, though. We've changed the traditional recipe by adding a healthy dose of cocoa powder—after all, who doesn't love chocolate, too? Cinnamon and ginger lend their warm, seasonal flavors, and a little freshly ground black pepper subtly amps up the spice level. Roll the balls of dough in cocoa sugar before baking to get that shiny, textured topping; turbinado sugar works best for the most dramatic results. The cookies will naturally form cracks as they bake, resulting in beautifully rustic, unique treats. Satisfyingly chewy, with a bit of crunch from the sugar, these are the quintessential cookies of the season.

Get the recipe: Cocoa-Molasses Cookies

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Gelt Cookies

Gelt Cookies
Emily Kinni

Christmas cookies get all the love; it's about time someone gave Hanukkah cookies their fair share. This recipe cleverly uses chocolate gelt to create decorative, yet deliciously edible, cookie centers. The dough is quite simple, but when you're adding chocolate, you don't need much else. You can leave the cookies plain with just the chocolate coin for decoration, or dip the balls of dough into colored sanding sugar before baking for an extra nod to the holiday. If you want to make these cookies year-round, just swap in plain chocolate discs or kisses (the chocolate-caramel variety is a nice twist) for the chocolate gelt.

Get the recipe: Gelt Cookies

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Hermit Bars

Hermit Bars
Greg DuPree

Get the recipe: Hermit Bars

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Chocolate Chip Pecan Blondies

Chocolate Chip Pecan Blondies
Greg DuPree

Get the recipe: Chocolate Chip Pecan Blondies

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Turtle Bars

Turtle Bars
Sang An

Get the recipe: Turtle Bars

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Coconut Lime-Curd Bars

Coconut Lime-Curd Bars
Sang An

Get the recipe: Coconut Lime-Curd Bars

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Peanut Butter Cup Brownies

Peanut Butter Cup Brownies
Anna Williams

Get the recipe: Peanut Butter Cup Brownies

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Earl Grey Tea Cookies

Earl Grey Tea Cookies
Sang An

Get the recipe: Earl Grey Tea Cookies

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Old-Fashioned Gingerbread Men

Old-Fashioned Gingerbread Men
Hector Sanchez

Get the recipe: Old-Fashioned Gingerbread Men

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Raspberry-Almond Linzer Cookies

Raspberry linzer cookies
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Raspberry-Almond Linzer Cookies

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Stained-Glass Cookies

Stained glass cookies
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Stained-Glass Cookies

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Chewy Spice Cookies

Chewy Spice Cookies
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Chewy Spice Cookies

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Raspberry-Walnut Crumble Bars

Raspberry-Walnut Crumble Bars
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Raspberry-Walnut Crumble Bars

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Slice-and-Bake Lemon Shortbread

Slice-and-Bake Lemon Shortbread
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Slice-and-Bake Lemon Shortbread

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Lemon Bars

Lemon Bars
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Lemon Bars

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Chocolate-Dipped Coconut Macaroons

Close-up image of chocolate-dipped macaroon.
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Chocolate-Dipped Coconut Macaroons

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Chewy Sugar Cookies

Chewy Sugar Cookies
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Chewy Sugar Cookies

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Praline-Topped Blondies

Praline Blondies
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Praline-Topped Blondies

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Angeletti

Angeletti
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Angeletti

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Chocolate-Dipped Espresso Meringues

Chocolate-Dipped Espresso Meringues
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Chocolate-Dipped Espresso Meringues

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Pecan Bars

Pecan Bars
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Pecan Bars

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Chewy Oatmeal-Raisin Cookies

Oatmeal-raisin cookies
Victor Schrager

Get the recipe: Chewy Oatmeal-Raisin Cookies

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Chocolate Ganache Sandwiches

Chocolate Ganache Sandwiches
Melanie Acevedo

Get the recipe: Chocolate Ganache Sandwiches

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Potato Chip Cookies

Potato Chip Cookies
Sang An

Get the recipe: Potato Chip Cookies

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Lemony Almond Macaroons

Lemony Almond Macaroons
Ellen Silverman

Get the recipe: Lemony Almond Macaroons

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Palmiers

Palmiers
Maura McEvoy

Get the recipe: Palmiers

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Cinnamon Pinwheels

Cinnamon Pinwheels
David Prince

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Sugar Cookie Stars

Sugar Cookie Stars
Maura McEvoy

Get the recipe: Sugar Cookie Stars

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Pumpkin Cream Sandwiches

Pumpkin Cream Sandwiches
Beatriz da Costa

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Rugelach

Rugelach
Maura McEvoy

Get the recipe: Rugelach

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Chocolate-Topped Crispy Bars

Chocolate-Topped Crispy Bars
Brooke Slezak

Get the recipe: Chocolate-Topped Crispy Bars

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Pecan Logs

Pecan Logs
David Prince

Get the recipe: Pecan Logs

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Fresh-Ginger Cookies

Fresh Ginger Cookies
David Prince

Get the recipe: Fresh-Ginger Cookies

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