Holiday Cookie Recipes

by Haley Strom

With the holidays right around the corner, it is time to start trying out new recipes for the holiday cookie swaps. With requirements of most festive, originality, creativity, most flavorful, and much more, you need to try a variety of options to win a cookie swap.

As you may be trying out new recipes for the holidays, gifting cookies to loved ones is a sentimental gift that anyone can enjoy. With many different options to choose from, take a look at the favorite cookie recipes from a few North Attleboro residents.

A sugar cookie is what Tess Collins finds to be her favorite holiday dessert. She said, “Every year my family comes over and we decorate them with mounds of frosting and sprinkles. They are so good that they’re gone within days.” Depending on the type of sugar cookie you are going for, some people prefer a soft and chewy cookie, whereas others find love for firm and thin cookies. Try experimenting with a simple sugar cookie to get a taste of what you find is your favorite.

  • Frosted Sugar Cookie

If you find interest in trying out a classic sugar cookie with frosting and sprinkles on top, it is recommended that you give it a try! How could you go wrong with a soft and chewy sugar cookie?

Another popular holiday dessert that Lynda Strom finds love in eating is peanut butter blossoms. She said, “My grandmother used to make them every holiday without fail. I like the Hershey’s kiss in the middle and the cookie surrounding it.”

  • Peanut Butter Blossoms

With the perfect combination of peanut butter and chocolate, these cookies are a one of a kind holiday favorite. If you are a peanut butter lover yourself, you should give these a try!

Although many people aren’t going to be able to spend the holidays with their loved ones, I am sure that many families would love for some fresh cookies to make the holiday’s feel merry!

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