‘Twas the first day of the holiday season, one of cheer and treats
The best month to warm up by the fire, and eat tons of sweets.
What’s the best goodie you ask? Why, a cookie, of course!
With sprinkles and frosting, we surely endorse.
There’s so many to choose! And how are they made?
Well good news for you, Lettuce pals can aid.
From snickerdoodles to peppermint meringue, gingerbread houses and more,
We’ve rounded up the best cookie list, and there’s something for all to adore.
Click the images below to view recipes!
Four: Cranberry Shortbread Cookie Bar – Summer House Santa Monica
Pastry Chef Erin Mooney
Two shortbread cookie bars with layers of cranberry jam on the inside? Yes, please!
Five: Almond Candied Orange Macaroons – Osteria Via Stato
Executive Chef David DiGregorio
These golden, dainty almond macaroons topped with candied orange are simply stunning on a holiday dessert table.
Six: Chocolate Snickers Cookie – Wildfire
Executive Chef/Partner Joe Decker
Is there anything better than a Snickers? Only when it’s inside of a chocolate cookie!
Seven: Almond Cookies – Big Bowl
Executive Chef Raul Gutierrez
These light, almond cookies are even better with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Eight: Gingerbread Man Cookies – Foodlife
Executive Pastry Chef Yasmin Gutierrez
A holiday classic that are equal parts delicious and equal parts adorable.
Ten: Cinnamon-Apple Crunch Holiday Dog Biscuits – Bub City
Consulting Pastry Chef Hsing Chen
For the four-legged friends in your life, they deserve some holiday-themed treats too!
Eleven: Tips for Making a Gingerbread House
- Make sure your icing is thick enough so that the candies and treats stick and hold well.
- Ensure that all sides are evenly coated with frosting.
- Use bright and fun colors in your frosting and candy choices to help bring holiday spirit.
Twelve: How to decorate the perfect holiday cookie like a pro.
- Wait for the cookies to cool before decorating so the frosting doesn’t melt.
- Use different sizes when piping to make it more creative and beautiful.
- Mix and match colors in a piping bag to create a unique tie-dye/ mixed color.
We hope that you’re holiday dessert list just got a bit more exciting! Click on each cookie name for full recipes of how to concoct these sugary delights.