Christmas cookies are always a crowd pleaser at any holiday party and if you are looking for some quick and easy holiday cookies to bake take a look at a few of these fun idea.
Using refrigerated cookie dough from Pillsbury or a mix from Betty Crocker is one easy way to get creative with cookies. Adding your own special touches and ingredients will easily make these cookies your own unique creations.
First save some money by printing this Pillsbury refrigerated cookie dough coupon and save $1.50 off by printing this coupon before going to the store. Pick up some Betty Crocker baking products and save .75 cents off by printing this coupon. Get some sprinkles, icing and other baking ingredients for the cookies you wish to bake.
Whiskey Ginger Marshmallow Cookies - This recipe from Pillsbury is for a gingerbread cookie that gets piled high with marshmallows and whiskey molasses. What makes it easy is you can use the refrigerated ginger bread cookie dough from Pillsbury.
Christmas Tree Sandwich Cookies – Using the ready to bake Christmas tree sugar cookies this is one simple recipe that is sure to be a hit with your guests.
Pillsbury also has a holiday cookie collection featuring wintery white cookies, sandwich cookies, reindeer cookies, thumbprint cookies and several others. Check out the Christmas cookie countdown for a new cookie recipe each day leading up to Christmas.
The Betty Crocker Web site has some classic cookie recipes for Christmas. From easy holiday cut out cookies to classic gingerbread cookies and sugar cookies you are sure to find something to please everyone’s taste.
Fruity Fun Christmas Tree Cookies – made using a sugar cookie mix and tropical fruit flavors.
Easy holiday cookie cutouts – can also be made using sugar cookie mix, cookies cutters and some icing and decorations.
Buckeye delights – are a chocolate lovers dream filled with peanut butter a holiday favorite.
Plus there are several other recipes for gluten free cookies, chocolate peanut butter candy pizza, candy cane cookies, holiday appetizers, desserts and more on the site.
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