Rodelle's great Brand Ambassadors have collaborated to come up with great cookie recipes to fill up your recipe book this Holiday Season! Check back daily as we share each of the amazing, delicious ideas to make your cookies this year the best yet!
April at Food n'Focus took one of our favorite desserts, tiramisu, to a new level with her holiday cookies! She turned the classic, delicious dessert into a fun sandwich cookie featuring rum flavored sugar cookies that sandwich a mascarpone buttercream flavored by espresso.
These Chocolate Espresso Eggnog Bars from Melanie Makes are perfect for any holiday get together!! A chocolate espresso crust is the base for a eggnog filling spiked with Kahlua and nutmeg for a twist on traditional eggnog. After a shower of espresso powder and chocolate shavings on top, these decadent treats are ready to devour.
These cookies are packed with peanut butter, vanilla bean paste and extract and chocolate chips...you really can't go wrong! Try these with milk chocolate chips, or go with a dark or semi-sweet chip if that's where your tastes lean. And, always serve with a big glass of cold milk!
These easy, cut-out gluten free chocolate sugar cookies are a fun twist on the traditional cookie. They require no chill time, roll out easily without extra flour, and hold their shape exceptionally well. We commend Sharon at What the Fork Food Blog for this feat!
These cookies from Fresh April Flours are super soft and chewy, and the flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg and cayenne marry together over time. The longer they sit, the better they get! That’s our kind of cookie! Rich, sweet, decadent chocolate plus melty chunks of chocolate, the bite of cinnamon, the nuttiness of the nutmeg, and the subtle heat from the cayenne will make this cookie an absolute show-stopper on any cookie platter this holiday season!
Buttery shortbread roll-out cookies studded with vanilla beans and filled with a luscious orange-cranberry buttercream filling. These cookies freeze easily and very well - just wait to frost/ice them until you are ready to serve them. We love what Peabody at Sweet ReciPEAS did here!
We completely trust Sam at Sugar Spun Run when she says these chocolate thumbprint cookies are going to be your new Christmas cookie favorite, this year and every year. These buttery vanilla thumbprint cookies are rolled in sugar and filled with wells of dark chocolate ganache (and a hint of bourbon!); these are irresistibly festive and simple but decadent cookies. Yum!!
Another great no-bake holiday dessert from Wonky Wonderful! This Vanilla Cookie Balls Recipe is perfect for those folks that aren’t all about the chocolate. Vanilla wafers, cream cheese and vanilla bean paste formed into balls then coated with white candy and vanilla sugar!
These festive, grain-free chocolate peppermint sandwich cookies from A Calculated Whisk are just the thing for gifting, cookie swapping, and plain old snacking from now until the new year. We love that they are minis! 2 bite cookies are not to be missed!
Oats and maple syrup? Yes, please. It’s like breakfast in a cookie. They’re chewy but have the ability to become crunchy with a little extra time in the oven. The cookie alone is very simple and not overly sweet. The icing on top balances it out with just the right amount of sugar. Great work, Lovin The Oven!
Crunchy, chewy, Gluten-Free White Chocolate Macadamia Cookies are a perfect treat any time of the year. They make great gifts that warm your loved ones from the inside out. We think you'll love these cookies from Chrystal at Gluten-Free Palate even if you are not avoiding gluten!
Anita at Dessert First turned her gingerbread/molasses spice cookie into a round base, and then filled the centers with a creamy salted caramel. It’s a perfect mix of sweet and spicy. There’s plenty of other fillings you could use as well: chocolate ganache, buttercream, jam…gingerbread makes for a surprisingly versatile base. Enjoy!
These soft and chewy snickerdoodle cookies are magical because they vanish shortly after baking! They’re yummy, egg free, and nut free. Sharon at Nut Free Wok has come up with a great way to avoid food allergies and make one of our favorite cookie recipes - yay!
Linzer cookies are most traditionally made with almond flour and filled with a raspberry jam. But Liz at Floating Kitchen went rogue and decided to switch things up a bit. Liz replaced the almond flour with hazelnut flour and made a quick and easy stovetop vanilla-scented cranberry jam for the centers. We love this version of the traditional Linzer cookie!
Halva Cookies are made with tahini, a peanut butter like paste made from sesame seeds, flour, sugar, egg, and some vanilla. For these cookies, Becky at The Vintage Mixer used a vanilla bean but feel free to use pure vanilla extract as a substitute. These cookies are enjoyed in most Middle Eastern countries at the end of a meal or as a snack.
We are in love with these soft, chewy, delightful oatmeal cookies made with coconut flakes and vanilla bean that Lyuba at Will Cook for Smiles whipped up! To make the cookie sandwich heavenly, these cookies are stuffed with some creamy coconut buttercream marshmallow filling. Yes!! Marshmallow Buttercream!
Rodelle has many cookie recipes that we've whipped up in our test kitchen. Our executive chef painstakingly tested each one and they are proven to be delicious and a crowd-favorite.
January 20th, 2017
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