What’s better than Christmas cookies? Christmas Cookie Pops, of course! A soft sugar cookie baked from scratch, topped with your favorite frosting and sprinkles. These make great gifts! Perfect for making and decorating with kids.
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The holiday season always puts me in the mood to do some baking! There’s nothing like mixing together a batch of cookies with Christmas music playing.
This year baking (or cooking, for that matter) looks a little different for me with a baby in the house. It definitely took a lot longer than usual to get these cookies baked and decorated.
You’ll probably have most of the tools necessary for this recipe in the house, such as cookie sheets, a rolling pin and Christmas cookie cutters. Another item you’ll need is the cookie sticks pictured above.
I’ve found them at Walmart or at crafting stores such as Michaels. If you don’t feel like searching for them at your local store, you can order them on Amazon for cheap!
My favorite part of making Christmas cookies like these is decorating them! When I was growing up we had an annual “cookie baking day” right before Christmas with all my aunts and cousins. We always had a lot of fun frosting and decorating sugar cookies. It brings back memories to make them again!
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Once your cookies are all decorated, keep them covered on the counter and they will last for a few days. They are great for sharing! Give them as gifts or bring them to holiday parties.
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See how I made these Christmas Cookie Pops in the video below!
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