What Housewarming Party would be complete without cookies? This week a few Wayfair Homemakers and I rounded up some of our favorite cookie recipes to share with you. It is so much fun to “meet” and share ideas from other Wayfair Homemakers, and it is part of why I love partnering with them as a blogger. Perhaps you have a holiday cookie exchange or want something to package as tokens of appreciation? Hopefully I’ll give you a few recipes to add to your cookbook or menu.
This post was inspired by a post in the Wayfair Idea Lounge. They created a collaboration of their favorite Christmas Cookie recipes. It includes many traditional holiday favorites such as scotchies, pizzelles, gingerbread, snickerdoodles, peppermint, and butter cookies. If you browse the page, the Editor also includes some great kitchen gadget ideas. I love looking at all the latest cooking tools and utensils that make baking easier. Wayfair has a huge selection of kitchen appliances, gadgets, and utensils.
Check out these amazing Lady Locks from Jeanie at Create & Babble. They look amazing and much easier than I imagined they might be.
Everything is better with bacon, right? Jennifer over at My Sweet Sanity created a Salted Bacon Chocolate Chip cookie that makes my mouth water.
Don’t let the name of this next cookie mislead you, Elena from ‘A Casarella shares a recipe for Snail cookies, which are named for their shape not their flavor.
Who doesn’t like a good surprise? Becky over at Tales of Beauty for Ashes made a Chocolate Peanut Butter Surprise cookie. I hate to ruin the surprise but it is filled with a peanut butter cup. They sound too tasty to pass up.
The ladies over at Simple Simon and Company shared a delicious Mexican Wedding Cookie. I took a peek around while I was over on their site and I know they have more cookie recipes, you might wanna peek too!
Sarah over at Must Have Mom created Melting Moments cookies that look like they might melt in your mouth. I’m sure my son would love to help me decorate those cookies.
Sandwich cookies are generally my favorite, and Stacey from Glued to My Crafts created a Holiday Confetti Sandwich Cookie. I can’t image they would last very long around my house (or any party).
I saved my cookies for last, Frosted Cookie Pops with Buttercream Filling. These cookies are a huge hit around our house. They can be decorated for any holiday or season. They aren’t nearly as difficult as they look, and they’re kinda hard to mess up.
I have one last post to share from another Wayfair Homemaker: Kelley, from Miss Information Blog. She has a few tips and tricks to share with you about how you can safely package holiday treats.
Hopefully you found at least a few recipes that you want to try or pass along to friends and family. I hope you’re having a happy and healthy holiday season, and best wishes for a happy new year.
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however all opinions contained herein are entirely my own.