Easily make festive Christmas cookies with these recipes from Blain’s Farm & Fleet.
Nothing helps you get in the holiday spirit like Christmas cookies. Some recipes can be a bit complicated. If you’re looking for something a little easier, use one of these 10 recipes from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. They’re great for making easy cookies – and making memories in the kitchen with the whole family this holiday season.
With only three ingredients, these shortbread cookies from Chew Out Loud are the definition of easy. All you need is butter, light brown sugar and all purpose flour to make these tasty little cookies. You can even add your favorite Christmas-colored sprinkles!
Make a classic sugar cookie into a reindeer with this simple recipe from One Little Project. With some decorating icing and chocolate candies, you get adorable Christmas cookies that are definitely worth sharing.
These cookies from Sally’s Baking Addiction are a more festive take on peanut butter blossoms. Using candy cane Hershey’s Kisses and sugar cookies, you can make some delicious holly jolly treats.
You only need four ingredients to make these snowball cookies from Yellow Bliss Road. Not only are these snowball cookies pretty, they taste pretty good, too. Pair them with egg nog or hot cocoa for the perfect holiday snack.
If you’re short on time, you can easily make these no-bake Christmas wreath cookies from Dinner at the Zoo. They only require six ingredients and take 15 minutes to make. They’re so easy even the kids can help with these adorable cookies.
These adorable Christmas light cookies from Fire Flies and Mud Pies are fun and easy to make for kids and adults alike. They’re perfect for any Christmas party, cookie bake or even enjoying by yourself at home.
Combine salty and sweet with this no bake recipe from Little Dairy On the Prairie. These cookies only take a few minutes to make – plus, there’s no decorating, rolling, baking or cooling to worry about!
Get the kids involved with these thumbprint snowman cookies from In Katrina’s Kitchen. They’re easy to make, and the kids will love sticking their thumbs in the cookie dough.
You can drink your hot chocolate and eat it too with this recipe from The Girl Who Ate Everything. Make delicious, soft hot chocolate cookies – complete with mini marshmallows.
While this is technically more candy than cookie, it’s still an easy holiday recipe that you can bring to a cookie exchange or Christmas party. With another recipe from Little Dairy on the Prairie, you can make this tasty treat in just 20 minutes.
Christmas memories can be made anywhere – especially in the kitchen. At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we understand. That’s why we carry everything you need for baking and decorating your favorite Christmas cookies. For more holiday recipes, visit our In the Kitchen blog.