Try out some new Christmas cookie recipes with Blain’s Farm & Fleet.
Christmas is a time where we gather with family and friends to exchange gifts, laughs, stories and of course, food. Any Christmas party would be incomplete without Christmas cookies. Whether you’re having a cookie bake or want to try something new for a Christmas party, Blain’s Farm & Fleet is here to help. We’ve compiled some great Christmas cookie recipes that we know you’ll love.
Classic Christmas Cookie Recipes
Classic Spritz Cookies – Spritz cookies are some of the easiest Christmas cookies to make. All you need is this recipe from Dulce Dough and a cookie press. Just make your desired shapes with the cookie press, throw on some sprinkles and bake for 5 – 8 minutes.
Gingerbread Cookies – Whether you want to make gingerbread men or houses, the recipe from the Pioneer Woman is easy to make. Decorate your cut outs with icing, candy and more for a fun Christmas time activity.
Raspberry Jam Sandwich Cookies – These traditional-styled cookies from Saveur combine tart raspberry jam and sweet cookie dough. The recipe makes about three dozen, so you’ll have plenty to share at your Christmas party.
Try Something New!
Easy Apple Pie Cookies – Make classic apple pie into a cookie with the recipe from Passion for Savings. The cookies are easy to make and you can have bite-sized comfort food, perfect for any holiday party.
Hot Chocolate Cookie Cups – The Gunny Sack’s recipe uses a mini muffin pan to create “cups” of hot chocolate. With chocolate ganache as the filling and pretzel “cup handles,” you’ll have a sweet and salty treat for those cold winter days.
Red Velvet Snowflake Cookies – If you like red velvet, you need to try these cookies from Created by Diane. The recipe is a twist on classic cut-outs, using red velvet cookie dough. Decorate the snowflakes with creamy icing for a finishing touch.
Gluten-Free Christmas Cookie Recipes
Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookie Cups – Betty Crocker’s gluten-free peanut butter cookie cups are made in mini muffin cups for a bite-sized holiday treat.
Vanilla Bean Snickerdoodles – These gluten-free snickerdoodles from Ari’s Menu are easy to make with a combined cooking prep time of just 25 minutes. They’re a great gluten-free option everyone can enjoy.
Gluten-Free Sugar Cookies – Christmas isn’t complete without cut-outs. You can make gluten-free cut-out cookies with this recipe from Momables. Plus, the whole family can have fun decorating the sugar cookies.
At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we understand that Christmas is a time for family traditions, and that includes being in the kitchen. That’s why we offer bakeware, cookware and kitchen gadgets from top brands like Rachael Ray, KitchenAid and Wilton. Time spent in the kitchen is precious for making memories at Christmas or any other time of the year. For more great recipes to try with your family, visit our In the Kitchen blog.