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50+ Christmas Cookies

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Because sometimes life doesn’t go the way you expect it to, right?

As you can see here, we don’t have a 12th recipe for the 12 Days of Christmas Cookies lineup. Instead, we are visiting a roundup of 50+ cookies that you may not have any idea exist because there are close to 70 cookie recipes on my blog, some of which have been around for 3 years!

All because I had an epic fail of cookies too late in the game and there was no way to recover. No way.

So will you still be my bloggy friend if I managed to share 11 new cookie recipes with you and then uncover some cookies from the archives that you’ll absolutely l-o-v-e? Pretty please?

I’ve broken them down into some categories to make it easy for you to find something you’ll enjoy. So let’s get this thing started!

Peanut Butter Blossoms: Soft and chewy peanut butter cookies topped with a milk chocolate Hershey's Kiss.
Almond Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies: These gluten-free, easy almond butter base cookies are so chocolatey, so fudgy, and so good you won't even miss the butter and flour!
Pistachio White Chocolate Chip Biscotti: Crunchy biscotti dotted with salty pistachios and sweet, creamy white chocolate chips.
Nutella Swirled Peanut Butter Chip Cookies: Easy brown sugar cookies filled with peanut butter chips and generous swirls of Nutella.

CUT-OUT SUGAR COOKIES (NO CHILL AND READY FOR SPRINKLES!)

Classic (one of my most popular cookies ever!)
Funfetti
Peppermint
Chocolate

Oatmeal Raisinet Cookies: These are not your mama's oatmeal raisin cookies-- these are oatmeal Raisinet cookies! Chewy, buttery, sweetened with brown sugar and molasses, and full of chocolate covered raisins. A fun take on the classic.
Cappuccino Cookies: Tender coffee flavored cookies studded with creamy white chocolate chips.

So there we have it! Wrapping up this year’s cookie season with… More cookies. Have you made any on this list? Are you itching to try some now that I’ve mentioned them?

Thank you for cookie-ing with me this year. Until next year, cookie monsters!

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Yes, and thanks for your great blog (and these great cookie recipes)! I had an epic fail yesterday trying to make mini pound cakes. (Sure glad I wasn’t planning on giving them as gifts to anyone… 🙂 Blessed and merry Christmas, Lynn, to your and your family!