Simple Holiday Cookie Recipes

Christmas Cookie Holiday Plate Featuring Tree, Gingerbread, Snowman, Snowflake Desserts

Christmas Cookie Holiday Plate Featuring Tree, Gingerbread, Snowman, Snowflake Desserts

It’s not just the holiday season. It’s cookie season. At this time of the year, cookies reign supreme, and you can get in on the baking and eating fun with some easy recipes. These simple holiday cookie recipes are such a breeze to make that you’ll be amazed by the delicious flavors.

Oreo Balls Without Cream Cheese

It’s hard to believe, but this recipe for Oreo Balls without Cream Cheese only requires four ingredients. And even better, baking isn’t involved. Instead of cream cheese, you’ll use condensed milk to get the succulent truffle center. You can use any type of Oreos you want to make the recipe, but Double Stuf Oreos provides the tastiest result. With double the filling, the cookies will stick together nicely when you go this route. Plus, it provides a nice counter to the condensed milk, so you won’t have to worry about experiencing richness overload when eating them.

Snowball Cookies Without Nuts

Do you love snowball cookies but aren’t the biggest fan of nuts? If so, check out this recipe for Snowball Cookies without Nuts. And while the recipe is minus the nuts, it has all the other flavors and ingredients you expect with a delicious snowball cookie. Be sure to dig in right away after taking them out of the oven. Then you will get to savor the warm chocolate chips that melt in the cookie and your mouth. Of course, you’ll still enjoy them after they cool as well, but that first cookie out of the oven is too tasty to miss.

No-bake Grinch Cookies

There’s still time to watch the film “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” before the holiday arrives. Also, there’s still time to whip up some No-Bake Grinch Cookies for movie night. You’ll coat Golden Double Stuf Oreos in white chocolate or almond butter that’s mixed with coconut oil and food coloring. Then you’ll include a heart sprinkle on the cookies to complete the look. After adding the finishing touch, take a step back and admire your work. Then it’ll be time to chow down.

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Rolo Cookies

Rolos are tasty on their own, but wait until you try one of these Rolo Cookies. Along with the Rolos, you’ll use devil’s food cake mix, vegetable oil, and eggs. Oh, and you can roll them in sugar if you want a little bit of extra sweetness. These gooey, chocolate cookies will remind you of brownies, only better. Just wait until you get a bite of that caramel center.

These cookies are so easy to make that you can tackle all the recipes in a day if you want. Then you can use them for cookie exchanges, gifts, and of course, some sweet treats at home.