Decorate these gingerbread people with our easy sugar icing, or keep them plain and classic.
Decorated with easy-to-make powdered sugar icing and sprinkles, these gorgeous cutout cookies make delightful dinner party desserts.
With this recipe, you end up with two entirely different treats: sandwiches and bite-size cutouts.
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 is all it takes to spice up these holiday cookie cutouts.
These chocolaty cutouts feature a gooey marshmallow filling. Coarse sugar adds a festive touch.
Festive and pretty, these buttery Christmas cookies make perfect treats.
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.
To create these festive Christmas trees, dress up simple cutouts with powdered sugar icing (colored green) and a candied cherry.
Jazz up simple wreath cookies with creamy white chocolate frosting tinted green and red and green chocolate pieces.
These festive treats are fun and easy to make. Just dip your cookie cutter in flour between each pressing so the dough cuts with smooth edges.
Top these chocolate-and-vanilla cookies with a rich mocha frosting before pressing them together. For cute mini cookies, bake and frost the cutout centers.
Dress up these holiday favorites with white- and blue-tinted Royal Icing and, if you wish, a sprinkling of coarse sugar.
Add a little twinkle to these buttery cookies by melting colorful candies into decorative cutouts.
A light lemony frosting complements these cinnamon-spiced star cookies beautifully.