It’s cookie exchange time! So bust out the cooking sheets and let your sweet tooth run wild with these Christmas cookies.
Peppermint Shortbread Meltaways
Each Peppermint Shortbread Cookie is less than 100 calories, so you can definitely enjoy more than one!
The smell of gingerbread baking is a welcome sign of the holidays. Here’s a gluten-free version that anyone can enjoy.
These cookies are a holiday staple. Bring this easy-to-bake batch to your holiday cookie exchange.
Subtly sweet with just the perfect amount of spice, these soft and chewy cookies are perfect for those who love the warm and comforting flavors of winter.
Legendary Chocolate Chip Oatmeal
These mouthwatering cookies contain half the fat of original chocolate chip cookies.Drop dough by heaping teaspoonfuls about 2 in. (5 cm) apart onto the baking sheets. Bake until golden brown, about 10 minutes. Cool on the baking sheets for 2 minutes, then transfer to a wire rack and cool completely. Store the cookies in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks or freeze for up to 3 months.
Chewy Cranberry Walnut
Cranberries are not just for the turkey. You must try these cranberry walnut cookies.
Pumpkin Almond Chocolate Chip
Bring your fall fave into the holidays. This airy cookie is tender and muffin-like. For a crispier exterior, use all brown sugar and bake a few minutes longer. For a super-fluffy crumb, use pumpkin puree without reducing.Something else that has been taking up a lot of my time lately? Baking! So you’ve probably noticed. Well, let me just inform you now that the sweet recipes will continue to live on this blog. I just can’t stop. I’ve always loved to bake but this is getting out of control. Seriously, did I need to make pumpkin muffins, cookies, AND apple crisp this weekend? Probably not. But you see, somedays I find that there is nothing that I would rather do then bake my heart out; my stress seems to diminish while mixing batter and browning butter. Why yes, I am a weird human being, thank you.
The Great Canadian Hemp
Grown only in Canada, Hemp Hearts add a subtle nutty flavor to this recipe.
Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate. This cookie is every healthy chocoholic’s dream.Before we came home from Cambodia we had two foods we were looking forward to at home: brownies and Mexican food. We’re easy to please! My mom had brownies waiting for us upon arrival, and in the two weeks following our return I think I had Mexican food for 90% of our meals out (which was often). I know what I want, and I’m gonna get it! (and I did!)
The Perfect Oatmeal
This classic will be a family favourite, and you will be begged to make them again next year!