Love having choices? Then this recipe is for you. Stick with classic sugar cookies, or add spices, lemon zest, or cocoa for
fun variations. Cut the dough into lovely holiday shapes and decorate with Royal Icing for a truly original cookie.
These reindeer come together in a snap when you use refrigerated cookie dough. Carefully break or cut pretzels for antlers
and make Rudolph come to life with chocolate candies for eyes and a Red hot for his nose.
Get ready to indulge! These brownies have three decadent layers: moist brownie, chocolate ganache, and a beautiful layer of
peppermint candy. Several reviewers recommended using WalMart’s candies, as they melt the best. If you don’t love peppermint,
try topping the ganache with nuts, marshmallows, or coconut.
These showy brownies are nice and tall with pockets of caramel goo. They are wicked enough on their own, but for an over-the-top
dessert, add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and drizzle with caramel sauce.
With only a few ingredients, you can transform shredded wheat cereal into these whimsical holiday wreaths. Let the kids help
shape and decorate them with cinnamon candies, M&Ms, or crushed peppermints.
These aren’t your typical oatmeal cookies! Cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, cloves and black pepper give these crispy cookies a
wonderful kick. Line your pan with parchment paper to make it easier to remove the cookies.
Let your kids get in on the action with these colorful cookie pops. They can roll cookie dough balls in their favorite sprinkles
and colored sugar and help you stick each cookie on a craft stick to complete the look.
Coffee and toffee give these rich chocolate brownies a unique twist. If they haven't all been gobbled up, store leftover brownies
in an airtight container for up to a week or wrap tightly in aluminum foil and freeze for up to four months.
Orange peel and almond paste add richness to these delicate spiced cookies. If you like, when they’re still warm, dust the
cookies with 2 tablespoons of powdered sugar mixed with 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon.