Six Quick and Easy Holiday Cookie Recipes

The holidays are full of family traditions passed down for generations. One of our favorite traditions is the holiday cookie share. If you’re looking to bring some new flavors to the table, here are a few quick and easy holiday cookie recipes to try. (Recipe link are in the pink titles!)

Eggnog Blossoms

There’s nothing more festive than eggnog during the holidays, so when you combine that traditional treat into a holiday cookie, you’re bound to have a hit on your hands! This eggnog blossom recipe, courtesy of Food Network, features spicy-rich flavors of eggnog and yummy white-chocolate kisses on top.

Sugar Cookies

Everyone seems to have their own signature sugar cookies recipe. But if you’re looking for a quick, easy, and tasty rendition, check out this simple sugar cookie recipe courtesy of Allrecipes.com.

Throwdown Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate chip cookies are a tried-and-true favorite, regardless of the occasion. And the best part about these cookies is that you can make them your own by adding in white chocolate chips, coconut, or even some bourbon. And as you embark on your quest for the perfect batch, try this “Throwdown” chocolate chip cookie recipe, courtesy of Bobby Flay.

Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

If you’re a chocolate addict that’s looking for something a little less “everyday,” try these chocolate crinkle cookies. This recipe from Food Network features cocoa and a powdered-sugar crackle crust that make the cookies look like snow-covered mountains.

Gingerbread Cookies

Gingerbread cookies will forever be a holiday favorite, but they can be a little intensive to make. So if you’re looking for a cookie that has all the same great tastes without the hassle, this gingerbread cookie recipe from Delish is worth a try.

Eggnog Meltaway Cookies

The Eggnog Meltaway is another fun take on the traditional drink. This recipe uses bourbon to provide extra flavor to the cookie, keeping it as close to the drink as possible. Every eggnog fan will love these cookies, so try out this Food Network recipe here.

What are your favorite types of cookies to have for the holidays? Share with us in the comments below!

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