Here are some Christmas cookie recipes submitted by AC CPs! Some are traditional, some are international, but I’m sure all of them are delicious.
Patricia Sicilia offers two Italian Christmas cookie recipes. She’s not Italian herself, but married to one for 35 years – I agree, that makes her honorarily Italian!
shadows shares with us some traditional German Christmas cookie recipes. Some history is included along with these tasty recipes. I always have liked knowing about what I’m cooking.
Christie Silvers offers us her favorite cookie recipes, including sugar cookies, mosaic cookies, easy cheesecake cookie cups, oatmeal Christmas cookies, wreath cookies, and Christmas casserole cookies.
Sammie A. shares some favorite recipes as well, from weekends before Christmas cooking with grandma. Peanut butter, chocolate chip, no bake, and sugar cookie recipes are included.
Mary Starr Johnson-Gerard offers up some ideas for how to use cookie-making as activities. Use some of the recipes here, and have a party!
lisamig suggests these ideas for expanding your holiday cooking selections. You exchange the cookies with friends, and get the recipes too.
Abigail Beal has lots of Christmas cookie ideas for people, especially of the ready-to-bake variety.
Jolaine Scott gives us unconventional recipes: mail-order cookies! She includes websites they can be purchased from.
Sarah Long tells us about a tradition she and her friends started in high school, making goodie bags for classmates.
Ben E. offers us what almost seems like a challenge- the recipe for the best homemade Christmas cookie, according to him! He includes a homemade frosting recipe also.
RS gives us a craft idea for a Christmas cookie tree centerpiece. The directions are concise, and it’s a great idea that’s both decorative and tasty. Maybe I’ll make this for Christmas with my family this year.
Sabah Karimi gives us some diabetic options for holiday cookies so that no one gets left out. Molasses, oatmeal raisin, fingerprint, peanut butter, raspberry, and no bake cookies are among the recipes mentioned here.
Rhetta Akamatsu highlights some sugar free chocolate pecan drop cookies with a very versatile recipe that uses pudding.
This one’s from me. With some food coloring, fortune cookies can be a fun holiday treat.
Jennifer Hill gives us her top ten cookie recipes from AC too. Her cookie picks sound great.
Marjorie Townsend shares with us this recipe forChristmas Dream Cookies and cookies that she calls Snowballs and Snowflakes.
Thanks, everyone for the recipes, and have a happy holiday season!