If these don't convince Santa to make a stop at your house, nothing will.
Think beyond the cookie.
Chief Cookie Taster, that's you!
Quick, easy and adorable, this trash-to-treasure idea is the perfect last-minute gift. Plus, you get to eat chips!
Whipped cream snowmen — need I say more?
They're soft, homemade, and taste extra good after putting presents under the tree.
The butter is in your court.
The holidays can't happen without a little ginger and nutmeg!
Make colorful tissue paper your chef's kiss.
Take the best part of Grandma's fruitcake (the dried fruit!) and turn it into an on-the-go treat.
These chocolate and espresso cookies make the perfect afternoon pick-me-up.
Put your indoor herb garden to use with these earthy, tangy cookie bites.
For a well-rounded treat, pair these cookies with a cup of chai tea.
The secret to these pretty-in-pink cookies? Freeze-dried raspberries.
Transform these holiday classics into a variety of flavorful versions (including fruitcake crisps!).
The sugary-sweet icing will take your gingerbread houses and Christmas cookies to the next level.
Lay the foundation for your gingerbread house with this peppermint-infused dough.
Full of nutty and spicy flavors, these crescent-shaped cookies are a snowy delight.
These cookies combine winter's quintessential flavors: Ginger on the outside and a punch of citrus on the inside.
If you're looking for a last-minute gift (or treat!), these three-ingredient cookies are the way to go.
Roll these chocolate cookies in pistachios for a sweet and salty bite.
These classic Christmas cookies are a 2-for-1 deal — a delicious treat and a homemade tree decoration.
These shortbread squares are versatile — one cookie, three delicious variations.
Fill these classic Christmas cookies with the jam of your choice and then package them up in a festive paper envelope (template included!).