Looking for a unique new cookie to add to Santa’s plate? Try this recipe for kourabiedes, a type of Greek butter cookie flavored with brandy, stuffed with almonds, and rolled in a thick layer of powdered sugar.
No holiday cookie platter would be complete without gingerbread men, and this traditional recipe makes deliciously soft and chewy creations that children and grownups alike will enjoy.
Though the weather outside may not be frightful, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t enjoy some hot cocoa. And when it’s too warm for a hot drink, these gooey chocolate cookies make for the perfect alternative.
Looking for an alternative to the classic gingerbread man? Try these cookies, which are loaded with flavorful spices and given an extra kick with a coating of decadent white chocolate.
With their deep red hue, ivory frosting, and burnished golden pearls, these elegant red velvet cookies are perfect for any Christmas fête.
Few flavors sum up the winter holidays like peppermint does, and this recipe combines the taste with a thick and chewy chocolate brownie cookie.
According to the old song, the fifth day of Christmas is to be celebrated with five golden rings. If made correctly, these scrumptious little circles can definitely suffice.
These fragile, bite-sized cookies are sweet and buttery with crispy golden edges, and popular due to the variety of shapes and colors they can come in.
These delicious cookies are filled with cinnamon, nutmeg, rum, and vanilla, and slathered with a coating of creamy eggnog frosting that makes them just melt in your mouth.
Starting December 1, we’ll be posting one of our favorite recipes per day for 12 days, just in time for your holiday parties and cookie exchanges.