Other than sugar, what kinds of cookies are holiday cookies?

Question by Teekie: Other than sugar, what kinds of cookies are holiday cookies?
I want to make a holiday theme cookie tray, are there any that are specifically made around the holidays?
Thanks!

Best answer:

Answer by Doug
chocolate chip, oatmeal,

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  1. PandaBear1232 says:

    Any type of cookie that’s shaped like a Christmas tree with red or green frosting and sprinkles :)

  2. DK says:

    Gingerbread.

  3. Mrs. Frankenstein says:

    Gingerbread, molasses, spice, pumpkin, snickerdoodle’s, and what you mentioned, the sugar cookies.

    Edit: Also, I’ve notice that cranberry-orange is a popular flavor this time of year, too. :)

  4. JennyP says:

    Gosh, there are tons! Google Christmas Cookies and you’ll find great recipes. Here’s what I’m doing for Christmas goodies this year:

    Cranberry White-Chocolate Chip Bars
    Rocky Road Bars (more like a fudge)
    Strawberry Bread with Walnuts
    Chocolate Dipped Oatmeal Cookies

  5. Just Hazel says:

    Santa prefers chocolate chip.

  6. Jodi D says:

    Snickerdoodles, cut-out shortbreads, gingerbread men, star-shaped lemon cookies, thumbprint cookies. Any kind of cookie can be decorated with red and green sprinkles, icing, or piping

  7. Raatz says:

    Shortbread.

  8. Brandi says:

    I make these cookies, they’re just regular cookies but I cut out the middle and put crushed jolly ranchers in the center. then when I bake it its kind of like a stained glass cookie. so amazing.

    http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/stained_glass_cookies/

    also have you considered gingerbread cookies?

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