Need a fresh batch of Christmas cookies to leave out for Santa in 2022? You’re in luck because we’ve got no less than 20 Christmas Cookies To Bake This Year. From gingerbread and cinnamon to peanut butter and chocolate, there’s no festive flavor we haven’t included.
These recipes are sweet, merry, and totally addictive. Make them for friends and family as gifts or keep them to yourself – we won’t blame you!
Make it a classic Christmas this year with old-fashioned Gingerbread cookies. Do you prefer yours chewy or crispy?
These sweet treats make a delicious snack during the holidays and all year round. Best of all, they’re gluten-free and need only four ingredients.
If you’ve visited the UK during Christmastime, you may have had a few of these buttery biscuits filled with strawberry jam. Recreate them at home with this easy recipe.
These sweet treats are beautiful to look at and fun to eat. The stained glass “windows” are made from Jolly Ranchers hard candy and can be customized with themed colors.
These simple cookies are a holiday classic! Thumbprint cookies need just five ingredients and can be filled with your favorite jam or chocolate.
White chocolate fudge is filled with surprise pieces of Sour Punch candy for a fun homemade treat.
These cute cookie cups are filled with chocolate and bits of peppermint candy cane for the ultimate holiday treat.
These cookie cups are like mini s’mores and are so simple to make! You’ll need Graham crackers, chocolate and mini marshmallows.
Think you can’t use cake mix to make cookies? Think again! This recipe needs just three ingredients and twenty minutes of your time.
You’ll hardly find a cuter party guest than one of these Snowman cookies. Topped with a mini Oreo “hat” and ready with only 30 minutes of prep time.
Impress your friends and coworkers by giving these candy cane cookies as gifts this holiday season! They’re made with a real candy cane for a surprise burst of peppermint flavor.
These no-bake truffles require just three easy ingredients. Enjoy at Christmastime or for any other special occasion!
Japanese-inspired mochi cookies are sticky, sweet and chewy. Combine with tasty flavors like chocolate or matcha green tea.
These teddy bear cookies are almost too cute to eat! All you need is three ingredients (including an almond “football” for Teddy to hold).
A mini Reese’s peanut butter cup is the star of these soft and chewy cookies. You won’t believe how easy they are to make in your oven at home.
May the force be with you this holiday season with these adorable cookies. Transform an angel into Baby Yoda with this simple hack.
These colorful cookies are perfect for Easter or any other special holiday. Who doesn’t love the combination of cinnamon and chocolate chips?
Soft, buttery and stuffed with a chocolate kiss, these cookies are beloved by the entire family. Best of all, they’re easy to make without a stand mixer.
These impressive cookies are perfect for kids and grownups alike this holiday season. Use interesting cutouts to make them even more fun!
Simple, sweet and satisfying. Have some fun decorating these classic Christmas sugar cookies.
Best Christmas Cookie Recipe: Holiday White Chocolate Fudge
- 14 ounces sweetened condensed milk one can
- 3 cups white chocolate chips or white baking chocolate
- 9 ounces Sour Punch Assorted Bites®
- Line an 8×8 inch baking pan with parchment paper or tin foil.
- Add about 30-40 pieces of Sour Punch candy to the pan in a single layer and distribute evenly.
- To a medium mixing bowl, add white chocolate and sweetened condensed milk.
- Microwave chocolate mixture in 30 second intervals on 50% power, stirring in between, until melted.*
- Pour half of the melted chocolate over the candy to cover completely.
- Add another 30-40 pieces of Sour Punch candy in a single layer on top of the chocolate.
- Pour remaining melted chocolate on top to cover candy.
- Add the final 20-30 pieces of candy on top, and press into the chocolate slightly.
- Cover with plastic wrap and chill for at least 4 hours.
- Lift fudge out of the pan using parchment paper/foil, and cut into squares with a sharp knife. Serve and enjoy!
- An alternative to microwaving is stirring the chocolate mixture over a pan of warm water until smooth.
- You can use 16 ounces white baking chocolate if you prefer instead of chocolate chips.