Category: Christmas Cookies

Dec 23

Ginger-Molasses Reindeer Cookies

Whether you’re participating in a cookie exchange with friends or making a treat for St. Nick, add these adorable reindeer cookies to your holiday baking this year. As sweet to look at as they are to eat, the salty pretzel antlers complement the season’s favourite flavours of ginger, cinnamon cloves and sweet molasses. These homemade …

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Dec 23

Raspberry Linzer Thumbprint Cookies

Holiday recipes ready in 20 minutes or less Holiday baking shouldn’t feel like an obligation, but when you’re trying to tackle a complicated recipe, the stress starts to stack up. Ready in 20 minutes or less, recipes like the one below will take the ache out of baking and get you feeling festive. Start with …

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Dec 15

Swedish Christmas Cookies – A Recipe To Make Pepparkakor

Christmas is a special time in Scandinavia and Sweden in particular. Tradition and Heritage are extremely important to Swedish culture and there are many traditions which are widely upheld. In most traditional Swedish homes, the smell of home baked foods and desserts fill the air at Christmas time. The Swedes really love to cook and …

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Nov 27

Peppermint Bars

The right recipe for your cookie exchange Each year as the holiday season nears, we take to our kitchens to bake dozens of delicious desserts alongside the ones we love. With a desire to bring our friends and family a variety of festive flavours, many of us will come together to exchange our batches of …

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Nov 06

Anything Goes Cookie Dough Cranberry Chocolate Oatmeal Granola Cookie

Try better-for-you baking this holiday season During the holidays, it is easy to veer from a heart healthy diet and lifestyle. This can be made even more challenging when it comes to desserts. After all, who can say no to delicious baked goods from friends and family? When it comes to baking your own treats …

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Nov 06

Anything Goes Cookie Dough Chocolate Peppermint Spiral Cookie

Bake homemade holiday goodies Gift with love this holiday season by giving a homemade DIY gift to the special people in your lives. According to a recent survey, 63 per cent of Canadians say they would like to receive a DIY gift this holiday season. Furthermore, 45 per cent report homemade baked goods as a …

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Jan 23

Creamy Speculoos Fudge

A mouth-watering treat that’s deliciously spiced and perfectly sweet With its traditionally Christmas-like flavours, this fudge makes a great gift for anyone with a sweet tooth. “Inspired by the traditional spiced cookie from Belgium and Netherlands, the velvety spread used in this recipe contains a plentiful amount of crushed cookies. Flavours of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves …

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Nov 11

Christmas Cookie Recipe: Whole Wheat Gingerbread Cookies

This traditional festive cookie incorporates whole wheat flour to provide a fiber boost without compromising flavor or texture. Whole wheat gingerbread cookies Prep time: 30 minutes Chill time: 1 hour Bake time: 9 minutes Yields: approximately 6 dozen (72) cookies Ingredients: • 1 cup (250 mL) unsalted butter, softened • 1 cup (250 mL) packed …

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Sep 02

Christmas Cookie Recipes: Gluten-Free Allspice Gingerbread & Raspberry Limoncello Linzers

(ARA) A cookie can be more than your average treat this holiday season. Out do yourself and step outside your comfort zone with delicious detours and tasty twists on some favorite holiday baked goods. This year, add a little spice and a dash of zing to the traditional with new recipes sure to tempt the …

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Aug 03

Christmas Cookie Recipes: Coconut-Lime Thai Snowballs and Mojito Jammies

Cookie Traditions in the Making How does a cookie achieve legendary popularity? Through the decades, each generation votes with its taste buds, as home-baked cookies are enjoyed at school events, holiday gatherings and family feasts. Many recipes reflect the ingredients popular in their era, while others are simply easy, with classic tastes that never go …

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