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Our 12 favourite cookie recipes for your holiday exchange, right here.
Gooey and chocolatey, these winners can easily be switched up with tasty additions.
Prettied up in a mug or cookie tin, they also make the perfect hostess gift.
These sweet little guys are a family recipe from designer Chad Falkenberg.
For truly great shortbread, don’t overwork the dough—you don’t want the gluten to develop in the flour. It’s also the perfect base for other additions.
These are a Western Living classic, dating back to 1957. Love the look of some of the other cookies in this mix? Then try the Lebkuchen—from a 1964 WL—or from the same year, Cinnamon Stars.
Basic sugar cookie dough is so flexible, you’ll want to try a few options with it as well—like Linzer cookies.
The simplest and most addictive of the holiday treats—you won’t stop with one pan.
Molasses ginger cookies are a holiday classic, and are better than any potpourri for making your house smell wonderful.
Don’t underestimate the humble chocolate chip cookie. Chef Christina Tosi does them right.
These will be the prettiest cookies on your plate—and worth the effort.
Just a few ingredients transform almonds into can’t-stop-eating delights.
Yes, there are so many variations to make on a few basic doughs, you’ll be in cookies for weeks.
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