Christmas Cookies Recipe Exchange


The entry to last week Linky party by Jessica from Dreaming of Leaving, gave me a great idea for a theme for this week’s linky party. I am posting the party a tat early so you have more time to fish out your favorite Christmas Cookie Recipes, and add your own contribution.

Christmas cookies recipe exchange ::

The Christmas Cookies Recipe Exchange – features

Cranberry Bliss Cookies (Delectable Christmas Cookie Recipes)

Jess by ‘Dreaming of Leaving’ (she loves to travel, hence her blog name) brought us a smorgasbord filled with delicious and beautiful Christmas cookies ideas. Since this is THE cookie baking season, I’m featuring my favorite cookie from her assortment, Cranberry Bliss, designed after the Starbucks treat of the season. 

Christmas cookies recipe exchange :: cranberry bliss cookies recipe

By Dreaming of Leaving

Grandma’s Favorite Sugar Cookies Recipe

grandma sugar cookies recipe

These cookies look so real and homemade.  Sometimes it’s better when things don’t look too perfect, but instead, look perfectly delicious and made with love.

These homemade cookies remind me of my own home when I grew up as a kid. I sure did not measure my sprinkles, nor did I mind any color clash.

‘The more the merrier’ was probably my motto most days, particularly when it came to the sweeter bits in life.  These cookies come complete with recipe and a personal Christmas story.

Photo Credit  & Family Sugar Cookie Recipe: by The Coconut Head Survival Guide

Christmas Cookies Recipe Exchange

Want more Christmas Cookies Recipes?

Over the 7, nearly 8 years I have been blogging, I have accumulated a few Christmas cookie recipes. I will add them to the linkup below. And I hope you will add yours as well.  Come on, let’s have a link fest.

If you have made something else other than creating Christmas cookie recipes, than you can link these up in the linky party below the Christmas cookie recipe exchange link-up. Show off your other creative works of art!  

ps. Don’t forget to link back to the party or this blog’s home page from your blog post or homepage.   Linking back is the only party rule, albeit that it is obviously a great idea to check out everybody else’s wonderful Christmas cookies recipes!

Link up as many (of your favorite) Christmas cookies as you like!

Time for a Party :: The Christmas Cookies Recipe Exchange

The regular ‘Time for a Party’- linky party

Happy Holidays to all! ~ Rose

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