10 Delicious Holiday Cookies & Candy


Happy Wednesday, y’all! Who, besides me, is ready to get into some holiday baking?! I’m so excited!! 🙂 I’ve put together 10 of our favorite {and delicious} cookies and candy that are perfect for gifting this holiday season! I love to bake for family, friends and neighbors. It’s like love on a plate. 🙂

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Easy Chocolate Peppermint Truffles

Easy Chocolate Peppermint Truffles {You won’t believe how easy these are!}

Cranberry Caramel Chex Mix | MyBlessedLife.net

Cranberry Caramel Chex Mix {Toss a bunch of this in some mason jars and tie a pretty ribbon around it.}

Mint Chocolate Chip Brownies

Mint Chocolate Brownies {These are a must-have for our family’s Christmas Eve.}

No Bake Cookies

Easy Chocolate No-Bake Cookies {So simple and delicious!}


Chocolate Chip Tea Cakes {These are a little bit like wedding cookies.}

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Peppermint Bark Cookies {Cheap and easy!}

Chocolate Chip Bars

Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars {Bag up a few of these and tie with a ribbon!}


Oatmeal Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies


Peanut Butter No-Bake Cookies

Dipped Pretzels Pin

Easy Gourmet Chocolate Dipped Pretzels {These look amazing and complicated, but they are sooooo easy!}

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These treats are drool-worthy, don’t just take my word for it….get your baking on!*wink*

What is your favorite cookie or candy to make during the holiday season?



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  1. I’m here to tell you, the mint chocolate brownies are out of this world…best brownie EVER! Thanks, Myra!

  2. My family does the mint brownies too. I usually do my husbands family traditional cookies and some of my side too. His mother was 1/2 Danish and 1/2 French so she has some interesting cookie recipes; One was mini pecan pie cookies called pecan tassies; One were jelly filled with powder sugar glazed danish cookies; anise flavored twisted dough cookies; and I believe the others were slovak filled with poppy seeds but my husband doesn’t care for those. My family did traditional x-mas cookies from an old version of the Betty Crocker cookbook. Recipes were as follows wedding cake or snowballs, chocolate crinkle cookies, candy cane twists, stained glass window cookies, gingerbread men, pfeffernusse german liquorice cookies and the traditional spritz.

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