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Sixth Annual Twelve Days of Christmas Round-Up

Twelve more cookies on the books! Now it’s time to give them all away.

Here is the run-down of the cookies featured this year:


DAY 1: Christmas Pinwheel Cookies

Rocky Road Cookies 1

DAY 2: Rocky Road Cookies

Lofthouse Style Frosted Cookies_thumb

DAY 3: Lofthouse Style Soft Sugar Cookies with Glaze Frosting

 Chocolate Peppermint M&M Cookies 1

DAY 4: Chocolate Peppermint M&M Cookies

 Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

DAY 5: Chewy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

 Christmas Snickerdoodles

DAY 6: Christmas Snickerdoodles

 Chocolate Andes Cookies

DAY 7: Chocolate Andes Chip Cookies

 Chocolate Chip Cookies 1

DAY 8: Thick and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies

Frozen Snowflake Sugar Cookies 1

DAY 9: Frozen-Inspired Snowflake Sugar Cookies

 Lemon Pillow Cookies

DAY 10: Lemon Pillow Cookies

 Cookies and Cream Brownie Bites 3

DAY 11: Cookies ‘n’ Crème Brownie Bites

 Filled Almond Lace Cookies

DAY 12: Filled Almond Lace Cookies

Need more baking inspiration? Try these cookies from previous years of Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies:

First Annual Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies
Second Annual Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies
Third Annual Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies
Fourth Annual Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies
Fifth Annual Twelve Days of Christmas Cookies

While sharing Christmas cookies with friends and neighbors is a wonderful tradition that we celebrate in our home, this is the true gift of Christmas that we celebrate now and throughout the year:

He is the Gift. He is Christmas.

Discover the Gift
Embrace the Gift
#Share the Gift

The first gift of Christmas was a simple gift given by a Father to all of his children, to us. He gave us His son, the Christ. He is the gift. This Christmas season, how will you share the gift?


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Even More Christmas Cookies


If you are still looking for more Christmas cookies, here are some other great ideas for giving (and keeping).

Swedish Peppar KaKar:
(a soft mild gingerbread; even more fun when you make them tiny)

Mint Oreo Cookies:
(super easy: start with a cake mix)

Christmas Chocolate Chip Cookies:
(soft, chewy cookies all dressed up for Christmas)

Cherry Nut Mudslides:
(a great cookie for more discriminating tastes)

(as much fun to eat as to say)

Raspberry Almond Linzer Cookies:
(my favorite cookies ever)

Peanut Butter Kisses:
(try using some of the fancy Kisses flavors)


Chocolate Rolo and Andes Chocolate Mint Cookies:
(two very different cookies from one easy dough)

Russian Tea Cakes:
(these are the kids’ favorites-they are suckers for a little colored sugar)

Chocolate Caramel Thumbprints:
(Santa’s favorite indulgence)

Sugar Cookies:
(soft and slightly sweet; the anchor of any respectable Christmas cookie tray)



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