Twelve more cookie and treats to help you celebrate this Christmas season.
As you whisk and sift and bake this year, be sure to look up from your bowls of flour and melted chocolate to appreciate the joy and wonder of the Christmas season. As we share and give our love to those around us (whether that is through cookies, gifts or service), may we also remember the gift of love given to each of us on that very first Christmas.
DAY 1: Scottish Shortbread
DAY 2: Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies
DAY 3: Raspberry Swirl Blondies
DAY 4: Oreo Truffles
DAY 5: Ninja-bread Men Cookies
DAY 6: Hot Cocoa Mix
DAY 7: Peppermint Swirl Marshmallows
DAY 8: Nutella Marbled Cheesecake Bars
DAY 9: Glazed Cranberry Orange Cookies
DAY 10: Rocky Road Cookies
DAY 11: Christmas Fortune Cookies
DAY 12: Peppermint Bark Snowflakes
For forty-eight more cookie and candy ideas, there are links below for the four previous years’ Christmas Cookies:
First Annual Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies (2009)
Second Annual Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies (2010)
Third Annual Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies (2011)
Fourth Annual Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies (2012)
My best wishes to each of you for a faith filled Christmas season. May God be with you and your family.
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4 responses to “Fifth Annual Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies Round-up”
Thanks for doing this every year!! You are awesome! Anytime I need a cookie recipe I check here first! Thanks for doing the research so that I can just pick one and know that it is good!
Thanks Lori! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas!
Thank you! I hate to bake and this year thought I would give it a try again for my 9 year old daughters sake. I have made 5 of these cookie recipes and they are fool proof, even for me! Thank you for making me a hero in my little girls eyes 🙂 I can even bring some to work without shame! Merry Christmas!!
Thank you for the kind words. But you are definitely the hero for baking with your daughter. Hope you have a very Merry Christmas.