Christmas cookie season is here and I want to share with you 18 of my best Christmas cookie recipes! Whether you're baking with your family, preparing cookie platters, or wanting to bake cookies as gifts for friends and neighbors, you'll find the right cookie recipe to bake this holiday season.
- 1. Grinch Cookies
- 2. Fluffernutter Peanut Butter Cookies
- 3. Gingerbread Men Cookies
- 4. Mini M&M Cookies
- 5. Chocolate Sprinkle Cookies
- 6. Chocolate Crinkle Cookies
- 7. Candy Cane Chocolate Chip Cookies
- 8. Chocolate Marshmallow Cookies
- 9. Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies
- 10. Chewy Pistachio Cookies
- 11. Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies
- 12. Peppermint Shortbread Cookies
- 13. Christmas Sprinkle Cookies
- 14. Junior Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies
- 15. Gingersnap Cookies
- 16. Snickerdoodle Cookies
- 17. Rolo Stuffed Cookies
- 18. Triple Chocolate Cookies
- More Christmas Recipes
These are fun and festive grinch sugar cookies that would be perfect for your Christmas movie night! They're drop-style sugar cookies rolled in green sugar sprinkles and topped with a red heart.
These peanut butter cookies are incredibly soft, fluffy, and stuffed with a marshmallow. If you love the combination of peanut butter and marshmallows, then these cookies are for you!
I can't go a Christmas season without baking a batch of these gingerbread cookies! They don't have to chill in the refrigerator before baking and they stay soft and chewy for days. Plus, they're decorated with a simple vanilla icing.
Everybody loves m&m cookies, and these ones are bakery-style cookies that are also filled with mini chocolate chips. They're soft, chewy, and have slightly crispy edges.
These chocolate cookies have a brownie-like flavor thanks to using both cocoa powder and melted chocolate. They're then rolled in chocolate sprinkles before baking. Chocolate lovers will devour these cookies!
This is another cookie recipe I have to bake at least once during the holiday season. Unlike other chocolate crinkle cookies, the dough does not have to chill before baking and the powdered sugar coating stays on so well!
Level up your chocolate chip cookie recipe by adding crushed candy cane pieces! It makes for a perfect Christmas cookie that's filled with plenty of chocolate chips and peppermint flavor!
This is a chewy chocolate cookie that is filled with chocolate chips and stuffed with a large marshmallow. Each bite is ooey gooey and bursting with chocolate flavor!
Some recipes are classics for a reason, which is why I love these chocolate chip cookies! They're soft and chewy in the middle, while having just a slight crunch on the outside.
Real pistachios are mixed into the cookie dough batter before baking. These are an easy drop-style cookie that is no chill and has a sweet and salty flavor.
These red and festive crinkle cookies are fudge, dense, and have hints of both chocolate and vanilla flavor. Red velvet is such a fun and delicious holiday treat!
These are buttery shortbread cookies with peppermint flavor! They have crushed candy cane pieces folded into the dough and are drizzled with melted chocolate.
This is a super simple sugar cookie dough that is rolled in red and green Christmas sprinkles! You do not need to chill the dough before baking and you don't need cookie cutters.
Both mini chocolate chips and Junior Mint candies are mixed into the cookie dough batter before baking. They have a cool mint flavor that is perfect for the Christmas season!
This is another classic Christmas cookie recipe. It's filled with warm spices, sweet molasses, and has those gorgeous crinkle tops! These ginersnaps are both soft and chewy.
This is a warm and buttery snickerdoodle cookie that's rolled in cinnamon sugar. This is certainly a must-bake cookie recipe during the holidays!
These are brown sugar cookies that are filled with Rolo pieces and stuffed with a whole Rolo candy. Caramel lovers will absolutely devour these cookies!
You can never go wrong with more chocolate! These chocolate cookies have chocolate chunks, melted chocolate, and cocoa powder in them. They taste almost like a brownie, but in cookie-form!
It brings me so much joy to see you make my recipes. 🙂