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This 6-ingredient delight features an unexpected combo: finely shredded lemon peel and chopped pecans. The result is a tangy, crunchy Christmas treat.
Dedicate your oven to cooking the meal -- these no-bake truffles are deliciously easy and look delectable thanks to a melted chocolate drizzle.
With their double-pinwheel shape, these cocoa-filled cookies look impressively difficult to make. Actually the rolling is simple, but that's your secret!
In this take on a classic, hints of peanut butter and brown sugar add flavor to the oatmeal cookies while sweet marshmallow creme makes the filling a cinch.
The combo of toasted pecans and semisweet chocolate pieces give sweet crunch to these wedge-shape cookies. The fun part? Cutting the baked cookies with a pizza cutter before serving them.
The rich, gooey filling in these tarts has a hit of raspberry liqueur.
These delicate cookie sandwiches feature a raspberry-cream filling.
Fruitcake ingredients -- brandy, candied cherries, and walnuts -- fill these bar cookies.
A chocolate cookie crumb crust is topped with rich layers of peppermint cream and chocolate fudge.
Tangerine zest gives these tender cookies a fresh twist. They freeze and pack well, so they're ideal for making ahead or gift-giving.
With a rich layer of devil's food cake, a creamy peanut butter filling, and a fudgy topping, these easy bar cookies are a chocoholic's dream.
For a chocolate fix, minus all the fat and calories, try this light and airy meringue cookie.
For an easy low-cal holiday sweet, try these light and airy meringues. Prep takes just 20 minutes, and only six ingredients are required.
In the 1920s, creamy filling mounded between two big, puffy cookies became a phenomenon. For the holidays, we've paired red velvet cookies with a luscious cream cheese-based filling.
You don't even need to bake these holiday sweets. Simply combine cookies and nuts with orange liqueur and a few other ingredients in a food processor and freeze for a lovely treat. For intense chocolate flavor, use Oreos.
Move over gingerbread boys -- make room for sugar and spice and all things nice. Just two bags of chai tea plus two teaspoons each of pumpkin pie spice and molasses flavor an all-time favorite -- holiday cookie cutouts.
For a homemade gift they'll love, package these spiced cookies in a glass tumbler, seal with waxed paper, and tie with a pretty bow.
Fluffy vanilla frosting with red food coloring turns traditional French cookies into an impressive Christmas treat that's ideal for cookie exchanges or holiday open houses.
Get everything you need to make your own Santa madeleines! Innovative BHG Test Kitchen chefs turned shell-shape madeleine cookies into splendidly bearded Santas.
Black pepper spices up classic gingerbread. These easy-to-create houses make creative, edible decorations for your holiday table.
A Christmas classic goes from traditional to fabulous when dipped in melted white chocolate, then rolled in nonpareils and edible glitter.
Creamy peanut butter makes this Christmas favorite even more delicious. Fill the center with creamy chocolate frosting or your favorite mocha candy.
A surprising and delicious filling of maraschino cherries and toasted walnuts makes these sweet bites irresistible. Powdered sugar makes a quick (and delicious) topper.
Topped with walnuts and featuring a creamy layer of rich chocolate, these decadent bar cookies are like your favorite toffee candy -- but better. Serve them warm, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
An easy filling of raspberry preserves and a coarse sugar topping make these tender shortbread cookies a Christmas-party favorite.
To create these festive Christmas trees, dress up simple cutouts with powdered sugar icing (colored green) and a candied cherry.
In this modern spin on pfeffernusse, white pepper adds subtle zip, while ginger and honey keep things sweet. It makes the perfect baked gift!
These dainty cookies, decorated with powdered sugar icing and silver dragees, are always a hit at parties -- and they make beautiful gifts.
To create the ultimate cookie sandwich, stack four cutouts at different angles. Festive brown-butter filling (tinted red or green) keeps the stars in place.
Jazz up simple wreath cookies with creamy white chocolate frosting (see recipe) and red and green chocolate pieces.
This crowd-pleaser features two layers of creamy chocolate and a chewy oatmeal cookielike layer. Walnut halves (or your favorite holiday candy) make a tasty topper.
A gooey chocolate-caramel center makes these peanut butter cookies better than the rest. Serve them warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
These cookies offer all the goodness of gingerbread but they're much easier to make -- you don't have to roll and cut dough.
These homemade chocolate candy bars combine shredded coconut, almonds, and graham cracker crumbs in an irresistible mix that's hard to beat.
Homemade almond biscotti is even more delicious when dunked in hot chocolate or a glass of tawny port.
A creamy blend of lemon curd and mascarpone cheese fills these tender cookie sandwiches. Powdered sugar adds a pretty finishing touch.
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