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4 Holiday Cookie Recipes That’ll Taste Like Christmas

Tis’ the season for holiday parties, presents, and, of course, festive treats! It’s our favorite time of year, after all. If you’re hosting a dinner party this Christmas, chances are you’ve already started thinking about the menu you plan on serving to family and friends. Well, we’re here to take the guesswork out of the dessert table, and are sharing a few of our holiday favorites! We’ve rounded up four festive cookie recipes that are so yummy they’ll taste like Christmas!

1. Butter and Jam Thumbprints

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This easy holiday recipe will be an instant classic! Serve these cookies made with your favorite jams—raspberry, cherry, blackberry, or strawberry. We’re considering blueberry; go ahead, choose a tasty filling your guests will love! One batch yields about 24-30 cookies.

2. Gluten-Free Gingerbread Man

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It’s not quite Christmas without a festive Gingerbread Man! But this recipe isn’t for the average baker. The ingredients list may be a little lengthy, but we’re willing to bet you’ll be happy you took on the task! An icing recipe is included and one batch makes about 40 delicious cookies!

3. Quick and Easy Peppermint Fudge

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We can hardly wait to make this 3-ingredient fudge from The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond! Not many desserts are more festive than this peppermint treat, not to mention, it’s so simple to make—prep time is about 10 minutes!

4. Classic Sugar Cookies

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Our holiday go-to are sugar cookies. They’re so much fun to decorate; the entire family can get in on the fun! Purchase some festive cookie cutters at the store, beforehand, and then frost cookies like a pro with this fun, easy tutorial!

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