Check out all of these fun and festive sugar cookie designs!!! Which is your favorite?
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1. Stamped Holiday Sugar Cookies
Make stamped sugar cookies that are easy to decorate and positively gorgeous to serve!
2. Christmas Lights Cookies
Christmas Lights Cookies with a small batch of royal icing and mini M&Ms as Christmas Lights.
3. Snowman Face Cookies
As much as I love traditional Christmas colors, when it comes to cookies I often find myself leaning toward pastels. These cute Snowman Face Cookies could be made in most any color scheme, but I do think they look extra sweet and wintery in these soft colors.
4. Marble Sugar Cookies
I saw a link on Pinterest to these Land o’ Lakes marble sugar cookies using fall colors. As soon as I saw it, I knew I wanted to try this technique with Christmas colors and our Best Sugar Cookie recipe. I told Nancy that I thought these Marble Sugar Cookies would striking and very festive in red, green and white. I was right. They turned out great.
5. Santa’s Elves Cookies
Check out these fantastic Santa’s Elves sugar cookies!
6. Winter Penguin Cookies
In preparation for my recent Pink and Purple Penguin Party, I spent a day making some cute penguin cookies. I wanted them to be simple, playful and girly, and I love how they came together!
7. Snowman Sugar Cookies
I chose snowmen and snowflakes. But mostly snowmen because they’re so darn cute!
8. Spiral Christmas Sugar Cookies
These Spiral Christmas Sugar Cookies are soft and chewy and full of festive colors!
9. Christmas Wreath Cookies
I am crazy about wreaths this year. I have made a couple of burlap wreaths for the front door plus, I have purchased several more forms to make wreaths for each window. As I was gathering the supplies to make them, I stopped because I had a great idea. Christmas wreath cookies!
10. Candy Cane Sugar Cookies
Kids love decorating these holiday cookies with crushed red candy and bright white frosting.
11. Snowflake Sugar Cookies
My kids absolutely love sugar cookies, I always give them some dough to roll out and cut and play with on their own baking mats. They have a blast just playing with the dough. I also frosted a couple cookies for them and had them decorate with sprinkles and they ate them faster than I could get a picture with my camera, just phone pics!
12. Oh Deer Sugar Cookies
I made the sweetest baby deer cookies to give to my nieces the other day and I’m so happy with how they turned out. I say that because each time I pipe cookies, I get nervous right before drawing on them with royal icing. I’m much better with a pencil. These turned out totally cute though. Yay and Happy Holidays!
13. Christmas Cut-Out Sugar Cookies
Super soft cut-out sugar cookies decorated with an easy icing. These Christmas Cut-Out Sugar Cookies are so fun to decorate and perfect for the holidays!
14. Holiday Sugar Cookies
Katie Koziolek of Hartland, Minnesota adds a hint of lemon to these delightful sugar cookies.
15. Gingerbread Men Sugar Cookies
It’s time for Christmas cookies!! I am so excited to share some of the Christmas cookies I made this past weekend. I love making decorated cookies every year for the holidays, and gingerbread men are some of my favorite.
16. Iced Snowflake Sugar Cookies
I have a confession. This is the very first time in my life I have made royal icing. It is the very first time in my life I’ve made iced sugar cookies. So please don’t be too critical I’ve got a few things to learn about the tricks of icing!
17. Perfect Frosted Sugar Cookies
Looking for the perfect sugar cookie recipe for cutouts? This is it! Delicious, mildly flavored, and they don’t spread in the oven!
18. Best Tasting Christmas Sugar Cookie
Christmas sugar cookies (also known as cut out cookies) are a family tradition. This simple recipe for the perfect dough stays put (doesn’t spread) and tastes amazing!
19. Cake Mix Sugar Cookies
Cake mix sugar cookies are a quick & sweet treat for Christmas! Only 5 ingredients, no rolling, no chilling time and you’ve got super soft cookies that kids will love to frost and put sprinkles on. Takes just minutes to mix up the dough in just one bowl!