Gear up for holiday baking with Cooking Channel. Your favorite celebrities, chefs & Food People have opened their kitchens to share their best cookie recipes. From Cookie Monster’s sugar cookies to Kelsey’s Peppermint Meltaways, we’ll keep you baking all season. Visit our All-Star Cookie Swap, then head over to FoodNetwork.com for great takes on holiday baking from Food Network chefs.
I have to admit, I have quite the sweet tooth. And while Thanksgiving had plenty of pies and other fall desserts, it’s Christmas cookies I’ve been craving since early November.
And from your favorite Cooking Channel chefs’ recipes to the sweet treats of all-star celebrities, Cooking Channel has the holiday cookie recipes to keep you baking all season long. Here are the ones I’m adding to my December baking agenda (and you should, too):
If there’s one monster that knows cookies, it’s Cookie Monster. Get his super simple recipe for sugar cookie dough and fend off your holiday cookie cravings.
Lemon lovers will fall for Linda Evan’s ginger-lemon thumbprints. The spices in the cookie nicely balance out the bright flavor of the lemon curd.
Snack like President Obama this holiday season. White House pastry chef Bill Yosses shares his take on the classic holiday cookie, the gingersnap.
The app that caused a sensation is coming out with a cookbook. Get started on your Angry Birds’ cooking lessons with their official holiday cookie recipe.
These cookies are light and crisp with a slightly fudgy texture and a to-die-for chocolate-hazelnut filling.
Bake like a Top Chef this holiday season with winner Yigit Pura’s recipe for coconut cookies. With just a hint of madras curry powder and plenty of coconut flavor, these unique cookies could just be the surprise hit of the season.
Chocolate, bacon and cookies: Nadia G.’s has the trifecta perfected with her Candied Bacon and Dark Chocolate Chunk Cookies.
I’m a fan of all things spice, so to combine that with a rich chocolate cookie? Sign me up!
As Jeffrey says, “The spike of brandy combined with the baking spices and rich flavor of the egg yolk makes these cookies a hand-held liquid-free eggnog.” Perfect for the holidays!
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