Adorably Cute Christmas Cookies
Whip up a Batch of Santa's favorite Cookies & Get some Brownie Points !
Christmas baking is a huge tradition in most families. There is nothing better than coming home to some homemade Christmas cookies. Not to mention that it is a great idea to get practicing your cookie recipe for Santa so that you'll get some nice rewards ;) Get out the cookie cutters and aprons and have a bake off with friends and family or just amuse the kids for a few hours with these traditional treats.
Iced Glazed Scotties
1)Iced Glazed Scotties
Use your favorite shortbread recipe to make these cuties. Specific shaped cookie cutters such as scottie shaped can be bought online in places like Amazon. Ice them in a cream colored icing and add some silver balls for the perfect touch.
2) Snowman Cookies
Don't you just love the Hershey Kisses hats on these cuties? These snowmen cookies will disappear faster than the real thing!
Worded Sugar Cookies
3) Worded Sugar Cookies
Nothing will please Santa more than an iced Ho Ho Ho. Give him a something seet for his sack for an iced treat he will never forget !
Classic shapes like snowmen and trees are ideal for edible Christmas tree decorations or even to use as special gift tags for loved ones.
5) Melted Snowmen
Take a basic cake mix cookie recipe to make these unfortunate snowmen. Use half of a Reese’s Peanut Butter cup for the hat, mini chocolate chips for eyes, and an orange jimmy for the nose.
This is a lazy man's way to do 'Christmas Baking'. Simply get a hodge podge of cookies like nutter butters and pretzels and ice away to create festive themed snacks.
Nutter Butter Reindeers
7)Nutter Butter Reindeers
You will need the following to recreate Rodolph the red nosed Nutter Butter.
- NutterButter Cookies
- White Candy Melts
- Candy eyes or M&M minis
- Large red M&Ms or gumballs
Pretzels are the perfect snack to ice as the combination of savory and sweet is a real hit with most guests!
9) Rectangular Shaped
These decorated Christmas cookies make use of a basic rectangular shaped cutter and look great iced in silver.
10) Reindeer Noses
Pop some red m and m's into melted hershey kisses that are placed in pretzels to make these almost too cut to be edible reindeer noses.
11) Snowman Sticks
Perfect to make with the kids and the colors could be adapted to match those of Olaf from Frozen.
Candy Cane Blossoms
12) Candy Cane Blossoms
Straight after baking sugar cookies, press a candy cane Hershey's kiss into the middle for a sweet center.