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These Christmas cookies don't mind waiting around in the cold one bit. Get a leg up on holiday preparations by taking advantage of Christmas cookies' affinity for freezing -- no one will know they weren't freshly made. Each Santa-special treat can freeze for up to 3 months.
Make your freezer-friendly cookies extra tasty by creating your own icing.
We wouldn't dare name a cookie "pillow" unless its light, soft texture earned it. The only thing you can't make ahead in this kissed cookie is the vanilla sugar, but those two ingredients won't set you back much on party day.
Some days, we just nail it -- and the day these truffle brownies came out of the oven was one of them. Consider it: A homemade brownie base topped with broken squares of truffle-filled milk chocolate. Yum!
Perk up your platter with these cherry-topped cuties. The scalloped edges are a must (yes, it's worth nabbing a new cookie cutter), but the hardest work is handled by your favorite fruit: There are chopped cherries in the batter, cherry liqueur in the frosting, and full-bodied beauties dotting the tops.
Kissed by mint and charmed by chocolate, this freezer-happy meringue hits all the right refreshing notes.
A gooey chocolate-caramel center is the surprise in these cookies; the caramel glaze and sprinkled coarse sea salt are the eye-catchers. Keep your counter mess-free by drizzling the cookies over a piece of waxed paper.
Creamy and crunchy, salty and sweet, humble yet hearty. Yep -- these thumbprints check off all the boxes. Vanilla caramels, finely chopped hazelnuts, and two kinds of chocolate infuse the freezer-ready cookies with favorite flavors of the season.
Pretty up buttery shortbread with chopped maraschino cherries and white chocolate. Earn presentation points for a roll in nonpareils or red edible glitter. See how!