Christmas is the season of cookies, among other things. These creative Christmas cookies would make anyone smile. Raw Christmas Cookies. These are so gorgeous, I want to make them right now! The ingredients list is beautifully simple. Nature Insider has a recipe.
One Cookie, Ten Different Ways. This is the ultimate time saver during the busy holiday season. The recipe is here.
Christmas Mice Cookies. I can’t wait to make this for my kids and marvel at their reaction! Taste of Home has a recipe.
Melted Snowman Cookies. Decorate your basic sugar cookie with white chocolate, a marshmallow for a head, chocolate syrup for the hands and melted white chocolate, mixed with some natural food dyes for the scarf, the nose and the buttons.
Grain-Free Chocolate Skillet Cookie. If you have guests to entertain and no time to spare, this cookie presents an easy solution. The recipe is here.
Christmas Tree Cookies. These cookies are colored with matcha powder and look great! Diamonds For Dessert has a recipe.
Fruit Tree. What a great way to forget about the cookies altogether! A foam cone, fruit, toothpicks and a star-cookie cutter are all you need. The recipe is at Ginger & Garlic.
Peanut Butter Reindeer Cookies. These cookies are adorable and regular pretzels can be used to save time. Raisins for the eyes and dried cranberries for the noses as well as real butter in place of the shortening would make this recipe healthier. The recipe can be found at Bakergirl.
Santa Hats. Bake your brownies in a mini-muffin tin. Add strawberries and use melted white chocolate to decorate.
Chocolate Avocado Flourless Cookie. This cookie tastes like a gluten-free heaven. The recipe.
Donut Snowmen. Three ingredients: powdered donuts, candy corn, and melted chocolate. Pizzazzerie has a recipe. As powdered donut is not the healthiest food item, I am thinking that this lemon coconut cookie can be used instead.