Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies: Recap



We have done a lot of baking here in the last 12 days, and it has been a ton of fun. Luckily, I have many willing little hands who like to roll and cut dough. They are especially fond of rolling things in sugar, sprinkling things with sugar & sprinkles, and coating the kitchen floor in sugar.

So now my freezer is full of cookies, and the fridge still has many bags of dough waiting to be baked for a continuous supply of fresh, warm, soft Christmas cookies. And my floor could use a serious mopping! But I am really good at putting that off for one more day.

After polling the house on their favorite cookies, we could not come to a consensus, so I will share everyone’s favorites:

Little J: Russian Tea Cakes (especially the red ones)
Little A: Sugar Cookies (definitely with frosting and sprinkles!)
Middle K: Swedish Peppar Kakar
Big A: Mint Oreos
Big J: Chocolate Caramel Thumbprints
Brian: Cherry Nut Mudslides (straight from the freezer: he says it makes them taste like a candy bar)
Kelly: Raspberry Almond Linzer Cookies

Let me know what your favorite is!

DAY 1: Swedish Peppar KaKar

DAY 2: Mint Oreo Cookies

DAY 3: Christmas Chocolate Chip Cookies

DAY 4: Cherry Nut Mudslides

DAY 5: Snickerdoodles

DAY 6: Raspberry Almond Linzer Cookies

DAY 7: Peanut Butter Kisses

DAY 8: Peppermint and Vanilla Butter Cookies

DAY 9: Chocolate Rolo and Andes Chocolate Mint Cookies

DAY 10: Russian Tea Cakes

DAY 11: Chocolate Caramel Thumbprints

DAY 12: Sugar Cookies






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2 responses to “Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies: Recap

  1. Sherry

    All I can say is YUM!!
    You never cease to amaze me.
    Thanks for sharing!


  2. BRAVO!! I would love to have these on my Christmas table!! They all look SO delicious. I’ll be right over for a taste.


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