Christmas Cookies Just Like Grandma Used to Make
When it's Christmas cookie season, entering your grandmother's house means being enveloped with the scents of vanilla, nutmeg, molasses, and more thanks to the treats being baked. Whether it's classic sugar cookies, tender tea cakes, or even decadent frosted turtles, these cookie recipes are just as good as what grandma used to make.
Grandma Mary's Shortbread
Your holiday season isn't complete without these shortbread cookies!
Grandma's Molasses Crinkles
Beware: these melt-in-your-mouth molasses cookies are as good as grandma's.
Granny Wallace's Shortbread Cookies
These outstanding buttery, sugar-dusted cookies are a specialty of Granny Wallace, minister Matt Canlis's neighbor in Methlick. Matt calls her the "grandmother in residence," offering advice, baked goods and gardening tips.
Grandma's Tea Cakes
Buttery and soft, these tea cake cookies are filled with hints of vanilla and lemon.
Grandma's Soft Sugar Cookies
These cookies will bring back sweet memories of grandma's kitchen.
Frosted Turtle Cookies
"My great grandma's recipe... these cookies have been at all our holiday family gatherings since the 1940s," says Tami Bowman.