CHOW's Christmas Cookie Recipes
Thin, buttery cookies loaded with chocolate chips.
A buttery, melt-in-your mouth cookie packed with nuts.
Buttery toffee and toasted pecans are an over-the-top addition to this deeply chocolaty cookie dough.
Oatmeal cookies go crazy with the addition of coconut and nuts, making for moist, chewy treats that are a big hit.
Crisp, buttery cookies with toasted hazelnuts and a hint of anise.
Bites of buttery, sugary goodness, these cookies are beautiful as well as delicious.
The classic bake sale favorite: crispy on the outside, soft in the middle, and dusted with cinnamon.
Crisp cream cheese cookies filled with raspberry jam.
Perfect for the holidays, these cheery butter cookies can be made weeks ahead and stored in the freezer.
Oatmeal, chocolate, and peanut butter chunks make for sweet, crunchy, irresistible cookies.
A favorite Southern dessert.
Create good karma with these addictive cookie bars.
Chewy, cakey, fudgy-- a recipe for chocoholics.
Classic cookie bars packed with mouth-puckering lemon flavor.
A sweet seasonal snack.
Coconut and almond filling dipped in milk chocolate.
Cookie crust and gooey caramel covered in milk chocolate.
Nougat and peanut caramel covered in milk chocolate.
Shards of crackly caramel and toasted hazelnuts.
Peanut butter cups morph into a no-fuss fudge.
Chewy, cakey, and melty, these treats are sure to be the star of your next bake sale.
A rich buttery flavor and toffeelike sweetness.
Mexican chocolate and cayenne lend exotic spice.
Petite chocolate bites topped with pistachios, raisins, almonds, and orange.
So easy to make.
Thumbprint cookies filled with caramel candies.
Dark chocolate with shards of toasty almonds.
The perfect example of a thick, chewy spice cookie.
These buttery, nutty cookies are hard to resist.
A festive confection for the holidays.
A chewy, nutty honey-flavored candy.
Soft, chewy, spicy, and full-flavored.
With a pinch of cayenne.
Peanuts, caramel, and chocolate layers on a shortbread-cookie base.
Crunchy peanut filling covered in milk chocolate.
A recipe that's become a staff favorite, developed by Charles Chocolates.
Go ahead, go nuts.
Make a big batch and keep it in the freezer.
Impress your friends by making these chocolate treats.
For those with subtle, sophisticated taste.