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I hope everyone is making good progress on their holiday preparations! Greg and I are pretty much ready for Christmas except for things like wrapping gifts. I am winding the year down at work and will be off Christmas eve day through New Years. Of course I have a lot to do before vacation begins! Today I wanted to share a few cookie recipes that I posted last year since I have a lot of new readers. I hope you find one or two cookies that you might like to make.

Do you have a favorite Christmas cookie that you enjoy making or better yet eating?

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Candy Cane Cookies

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Chewy Cutout Christmas Cookies

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Janie’s Snow Crunch

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Chewy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

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Now Bring Me Some Figgy Pudding

16 thoughts on “A few more Christmas cookies recipes

  1. kanzensakura says:

    I really like the Mexican/snowball/Russian teacakes I posted. One of my favorites

    1. Bernice says:

      I never made those cookies – though they sound wonderful!!

      1. kanzensakura says:

        The greatest thing is: not much work and you are rewarded with a delectable cookie. Try it some time – pecans, walnuts, itty bits of dark chocolate. it is a good one to have on your cookie rotation. And the dough freezes well too. BTW, my husband loves those chunky cookies you posted. I made them and now they are part of our holiday cookie list. 🙂

      2. Bernice says:

        Your recipe sounds wonderful as I love those ingredients! This year I only made the ginger snap cookies. I am glad your husband enjoyed the chunky cookies. They are so much fun with all the yummy ingredients.

      3. kanzensakura says:

        I forwarded the gingersnap recipe to my aunt’ husband who loves all things ginger. He is fixing.today. what a festive smell in the house for Christmas!

      4. Bernice says:

        I hope they enjoyed the cookies. They are fabulous with so many different types of ginger. I find them very addicting and I hope after baking they keep some of their medicinal properties. 🙂

      5. kanzensakura says:

        He loved them. Added some chopped candied ginger but kept the recipe as is. I’ll try later on to add some zip to dull January.

      6. Bernice says:

        That is wonderful to hear! They are great cookies – plus the ginger provides that nice warming affect. 🙂

      7. kanzensakura says:

        Yes it does. I am a ginger lover myself.

  2. There is no such thing as too many cookie recipes for the holidays. This look great and I am anxious to try them.

    1. Bernice says:

      I love when I make a variety of cookies – they look so pretty on a Christmas platter!!

    1. Bernice says:

      Thank you! Have a great Christmas!!

      1. willowdot21 says:

        you too, my friend!!

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