Half a Dozen Christmas Cookies

No food is more closely associated with Christmas than cookies. So here’s a lovely selection of yummy Christmas cookies from our fellow blogging friends. That Santa’s a lucky man! Below each photo, you’ll find a link to the blog where the cookies came from. And thanks everyone for allowing me to share your goodies! Enjoy!

Chocolate Kris Krinkle Cookies from Rosie Bakes a “Peace” of Cake. Don’t these look yummy? Rosie never ceases to amaze with her delicious looking cakes and treats. Move over Betty Crocker! (You can also participate in her Sweet and Simple Bakes each month.)

Lemon & Strawberry Jam Christmas Cookies from Nina’s Cooking 4 Fun. Very pretty! Nina’s food creations are beautifully photographed. You can request her recipes by emailing her at ninaartdesign@yahoo.com. You can also check out her other blogs, devoted to art and jewelry creations, gardening, and even one of a kind envelopes. She’s a true artist. (and a busy woman!)

English Toffee from Prudence Pennywise. Not really a cookie, but I wanted to include it anyway! Prudy creates “scandously good food on a budget.” And right now she’s doing a neat little series of posts on Christmas Around the World.

Snickerdoodles with Cinnamon Chips from Dunkin Cooking the Semi-Homemade Way. MaryBeth’s Snickerdoodles are just one of many, scrumptious looking recipes on this blog. And each of her lovely pictures is worth a thousand words!

Molasses Cookies from Lamp Unto My Feet. Sherry’s blog has a little bit of everything from the realm of home and family. And she’s posted more great Christmas goodies that you’ll love!

The Best Sugar Cookies from Baking Delights. Sugar cookies are one of my all time favorites. They’re such a simple classic! Try these and other delicous cookies and food recipes made by Marye.



  1. I totally agree about Rosies plave. I have tried recipes from her and it is always full proof, it come out just superb.
    All your cookies look so yumm.
    Thankyou for visiting my place, if you like you can send these cokkies for my home made christmas gift event

  2. I was looking for the recipies and now i got that they were for a event that you pested these cookies 🙂 sorry

  3. Oh what a fun post!! Thanks for sharing….they all look so YUM!!!

  4. Great post! I love making CHRISTmas cookies and goodies! Thanks for the link!

  5. Thanks for the kind words on our cookies and our site…and Thank you for choosing our picture to display on your site.

  6. justoneoftheboys says

    Yummy! Now I’m hungry! I bow to all of you wonderful bakers. 🙂 I haven’t even started on my Christmas baking.

  7. Cooking and the City says

    Jerri what a fabulous assortment of goodies! everyones food looks so tempting 🙂

    Dell 🙂 xxoo

    ps I’d love you to feature my cake, thank you.

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