It is difficult to choose but I think of all of the cookies I like best for Christmas cookies that are decorated..i eat them with my eyes first...that color on the cookie just adds to the taste...there are so many wonderful cookies but I had to choose.
Peanut butter cookie with a Hershey's kiss in the middle.
It is a toss up between my moms homemade chocolate chip cookies and the 'Crazy Ike' ( a name my grandmother called them) It was the mystery cookie that would show up Christmas morning. I still don't know the recipe but I get the general idea. It's similar to a dough nut but still like a cookie with powder sugar on them.
Mmm, these are all good.... but my all time favorites are medenjaci (medden-yahtsy). That means honey spice in Croatian. They have an interesting flavor with a semi sweet vanilla lemon frosting on top. Now I must write a hub recipe for them so you will be able to try them! Some people wrap them up in cellophane (the crunchy colored cellophane) tie them up and decorate the tree with them. And eat them, of course, on Christmas Day!
I am not sure the name of them (we always called them "Christmas cookies"), but I like the one's my Grandma taught my Mom, and she taught me. They are a type of sugar cookie with a delicious frosting on top. They are so good and addicting, watch out!
My favorite Christmas cookies are Chocolate Chip cookies for their sweet and crunchy taste. They are not only a delight to the eyes of cookie-lovers but also evoke a delicious smell and the mere sight of them make one's mouth water easily! Chocolate bits in them further enhance the taste of chocolate chip cookies. Well-made chocolate chip cookies with the right balance of sweetness and crunchiness make them an overnight hit on a special occasion as Christmas!
by Money Fairy 5 years ago
I love making Christmas cookies for gifts! It's homemade and from the heart!!!I love gingerbread cookies and sugar cookies that you can decorate in tree shapes and with colored sprinkles etc.. Also cressant cookies (like almond cookies dipped in powdered sugar.) They are all so yummy. Do you have...
by Leaderofmany 6 years ago
What is your favorite Christmas cookie?
by Money Fairy 4 years ago
Do you like gingerbread cookies and a latte'.frosted sugar cookies and hot chocolate with whipped cream? Or hot chocolate w/peppermint schnapps w/a candy cane stir stick:)cinnamon/oatmeal cookies with a hot rum toddy?My favorite are cinnamon stick cookies and hot apple cider Look forward to hearing...
by Born Again 05 8 years ago
Do you have a favorite Christmas cookie recipe to share?
by ElleBee 5 years ago
What is your favorite type of Christmas cookie to bake for the holidays?What is your favorite type of cookie to bake? Care to share a recipe?
by Ishwaryaa Dhandapani 5 years ago
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