Bake Cookies Day- December 18

Today, December 18 is Bake Cookies Day. While we probably don’t need another reason to make delicious treats, we sure won’t pass up on the opportunity either. Homemade cookies can be a therapeutic task to do by yourself, a fun activity to do with kids, and also a heartfelt gift to give to friends or neighbors. Whether craving something with chocolate, ginger, peanut butter, peppermint, or sugar, we have a yummy recipe for everyone this holiday season. Just be sure to click the names of the cookies for full instructions.

Candy Cane Kiss Cookiescandy cane kiss cookies

Candy canes and Hershey’s kisses combined into one? Sounds heavenly… and they are. And what is even better, is you can choose from sugar/vanilla or chocolate cookie dough, depending on taste preference.

 

peanut butter cookiesChewy Peanut Butter Cookies

For the peanut butter lover in your life, these cookies are full of flavor and easy to make too. Let’s just hope the cookies last longer than it does to create them.

 

 

Gingerbread Cookie Barsgingerbread cookie bars

For a slightly more sophisticated version of gingerbread cookies, check out this recipe that forms the delightful ingredients into bars with a cream cheese frosting.

 

snowmen oreo balls

Melted Snowmen Oreo Balls

These chocolaty snowmen are not only amazing, but they also make for a great table decoration and cute way to show off your creative side.

 

 

Peppermint BarkPeppermint Bark

The holiday season just isn’t complete without candy canes, so put these peppermint candies to good use with this savory dessert.

 

red velvet crinklesRed Velvet Crinkles

Although quite scrumptious, red velvet can sometimes be an acquired taste, so if you are a fan of them, these crinkles are a must-try.

 

 

Soft and Fluffy Sugar CookiesSugar Cookies

For a tasty treat without all the bells and whistles, these sugar cookies are the perfect choice, and come out soft and fluffy, and with the option for icing to be added or not.

 

 

*All photos and detailed baking instructions are courtesy of each respective blog

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