Roundup: Holiday Baking

Roundup: Holiday Baking

Can you believe it’s already time to start Holiday baking holiday? Baking is one of my favourite things about the Holidays and there is nothing like a big plate of cookies to brighten someones day. Plus, it’s fun to be in the kitchen baking and decorating cookies or cupcakes with your kids – baking holiday cookies was my favourite tradition as a kid, and I continue the tradition today, but instead of making sugar cookies from the box I like to try and make a few different types of cookies from scratch. Here are a ton of holiday baking recipes that I’ve gathered for you in one place. I know I’ll definitely be making the coconut snowballs this year, which desserts are you going to try? Also, be sure to checkout our Pinterest board where we’ve been pinning a ton of our favourite cookies.

Sugar Cookies were the cookies I’d make Christmas growing up, looking at these adorable photos of Esme and Scarlett reminds me of those fun times.


I think these Coconut Snowballs would be the perfect snack for a class party.

Every cookie spread needs the classic Gingerbread Man Cookies, and we’ve got a great recipe for you.

These Ricotta Cookies are delicious, but I also love that they’ll use up the leftover ricotta I have in my fridge!

And lastly, if you’re looking for an alternative to cookies, Mini Snowman Cupcakes are so cute and who doesn’t love a mini cupcake?

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