Christmas Cookie Recipes

Christmas Cookie Recipes
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Nothing beats the taste of homemade Christmas cookies during the Holidays. Let satisfy your sweet tooth with our mouth-watering collection of Christmas cookie recipes. Mix and match several varieties for your holiday cookie tray.
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"Choose from a variety of favorites, such as our Spritz Cookies Recipe, Andes Mint Cookies Recipe, Peanut Blossom Kiss Cookies Recipe, and Mexican Wedding Cakes Recipe. Are you looking for a fun activity that your whole family can enjoy? Try making rolled out sugar cookies cut into various holiday shapes. These traditional Christmas favorites can be frosted and decorated in countless ways that will add a festive touch to your holiday celebration. This collection also provides you with many cookie recipes to choose from for your annual Christmas Cookie exchange."
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"What a great variety of Christmas cookies. I needed some new recipe for a change instead of making the same thing again. I have found several here that I am going to make. Thanks!"
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"Yes, you do need a special iron to make these. You can get them at a specialty kitchen supply store or go online and search for "Rosette Iron" and you will find several sources where you can order them. Good luck and hope you get a chance to make some someday."
CountryGirlAtHeart User
"Rosettes! My grandma used to make these all the time. I loved them. I never saw her make them though. Are they hard to make? Don't you need a special iron or something? Where can you buy the irons to make them? Maybe someday I will try to make some. I would love to have some again."
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"Great group of recipes. I can't believe it; it has two of the recipes I was looking for . . . Mexican Wedding Cakes and Spritz cookies. I have never made Mexican Wedding Cakes but I love them! I have a Spritz cookie recipe but it isn't great. Thanks for the recipes!"
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