It’s that time of year again! Time to bake cookies! I’ve got exactly what you need this year, “24 Best Christmas Cookie Recipes” with pictures! These are some of the very best, crowd-pleasing Christmas cookie recipes out there! Not only that, these are some of the most popular Christmas cookie recipes and traditional Christmas cookie recipes, all in one place!
After all, we all crave a little variety in our cookie baking! These recipes are simple to make and look fabulous on your holiday table or cookie plates! Perfect cookie recipes for a cookie exchange! Make all 24!
Let’s start this list off with Chocolate Crinkle Cookies for your Christmas cookie plate! This recipe, from Oak Hill Homestead, is simple to make and delicious! These would be a perfect, fast and easy cookie for a Christmas cookie exchange!
The cookies are soft, yet firm enough to hold their shape! Perfect with or without icing, pair them with a cup of hot cocoa or coffee! Yum!
Don’t these Raspberry Cheesecake cookies look amazing?
What a pleasant surprise on your cookie platter! Rootsy makes this recipe so versatile – it can be decorated if you wish (but certainly not necessary) or you can make it gluten-free! Easy and delicious!
Sugar cookies are one of the best Christmas cookies ever!
Snickerdoodles are another traditional Christmas cookie that never fail to please!
Peppermint Meringue Cookies are light and airy, you can just pop one in your mouth and let it melt on your tongue! We make (and eat) a lot of these every Christmas, you’ve got to try them!
Sandbakkels are a traditional Norwegian holiday cookie made with a crumbly dough that resembles “sand,” thus the name. They’re also called sandbakelse or sandkaker, similarly translating to sand cookies. Aren’t these such a unique Christmas cookie? I’ve never had them but I plan to make some this year, thanks Adamant Kitchen!
I’m always impressed with unique Christmas cookies and this is definitely one of those! Cranberry Sourdough Pastry cookies offer that eye-catching spiral, paired with a buttery taste! Thanks butterforall.com!
I just love these “Raspberry Thumbprint Cookies” from Finding Zest! Not only are they easy to make and delicious, but it’s a wonderful way to use up that extra homemade jam!
“Buckeyes”, or Dinner at the Zoo’s “Buckeye Peanut Butter Balls” are a “non-negotiable” if you live in Ohio. You know, THE Ohio State Buckeyes and buckeye trees? Yep, we Ohioans LOVE our buckeyes and we make them every year! If you’ve never made them, for goodness sakes, stop what you’re doing and make some!
Lemon Tree Dwelling is where I saw this recipe for “Ting a Lings“, but in Ohio we call these “Haystacks“! Sweet and salty, this recipe can be made so many ways! We like to use pretzel sticks, chex mix, raisins, dried cranberries, whatever we have on hand to make these!
These unique Cinnamon Roll Cookies, from A Modern Homestead, are perfect for you cinnamon roll lovers! Instead of eating a whole cinnamon roll, you can just pop these little gems in your mouth! A perfect holiday tradition!
When I first saw this recipe, I thought they were chocolate cookies to be eaten with coffee. But I was mistaken, this Chocolate Coffee Cookie recipe has coffee in them! Oh my goodness, I’m sold! What I like about these is that they’re fancy enough for Christmas, but are still a good cookie recipe for any time of year! Thanks, Common Sense Home!
Grain-Free Orange Cream & Cardamom cookies will please all of those family members with dietary sensitivities this holiday season! Keto and low-carb, I think this means you can eat even more of them!!
Oh, my husband is going to love these Rena’s Soft Molasses Cookies!
Soft, chewy and traditional, these are sure to be a hit in your house, thanks Grow a Good Life! These would be another easy choice for a Christmas Cookie Exchange!
There you have it, 24 Easy Christmas Cookies Recipes! Get baking!