Salty, sweet, savory and tart, Cranberry Chocolate Potato Chip Cookies make the PERFECT holiday dessert! Start with a buttery, shortbread-esque dough, then fill it with crunchy, salty potato chips, chopped tart cranberries and semisweet chocolate chips! Drizzle with melted chocolate for a finishing touch. Gooey and decadent, Cranberry Chocolate Potato Chip Cookies will be adored by all. Salty-sweet-savory-tart cookies are the best combination!
The holiday season is upon us! Celebrate with these 42 cookie recipes that are perfect for Santa Claus, family members, friends, neighbors, teachers and more! The Sweetest Season Cookie Exchange 2016, a yearly celebration of baked goods, was a success in its fifth year, boasting 42 new recipes from more than 30 international bloggers. We should bake them ALL this season! Which one is your favorite? #sweetestseasoncookies
Dairy free Cranberry Orange Bars make a scrumptious seasonal dessert! A twist on the classic Lemon Bar, this sweet start with a crunchy homemade Graham cracker crust. Drizzle silky orange filling on top of the pre-baked crust, then sprinkle on fresh cranberries before baking. When these Cranberry Orange Bars come out of the oven, let cool, then dust with powdered sugar for the finishing touch. What a festive Christmas treat for the whole family! #sweetestseasoncookies
Need a quick cookie recipe for the holidays that the whole family and Santa will adore? Mix up these super simple No Bake Peppermint Bark Cookies today! White chocolate and marshmallows melt together to form the base of this gluten-free cookie. When the mixture is melted, stir in crushed candy cane pieces and rolled oats. Scoop the no bake cookies onto a lined baking sheet and chill before consuming. Enjoy with a mug of cocoa this Christmas! #sweetestseasoncookies
Celebrate the holiday season by baking delightfully simple, yet complex Toasted Pecan Shortbread Cookies. This twist on a classic is elevated by the addition of toasted pecans to the outside of the cookies. Cream butter, maple syrup and powdered sugar together before adding flour and salt to make the cookie dough. Coat the dough with toasted pecans, then chill. Slice and bake when ready for the perfectly crunchy, slightly sweet Christmas cookie.