Use a pastry or plastic bag to squeeze the soft dough into batons. Once baked, the cookies are dipped in melted chocolate and rolled in sprinkles.
Every Christmas, guest contributor Cynthia Caldwell lets her kids leave their mark on these jam-filled cookies.
In the United States, these cookies are called snowballs, but in other parts of the world they're known as Mexican wedding cakes or Russian tea cakes.
When you're looking for holiday treats to send to far-flung relatives, here's a cookie that fits the bill.
Make these outrageously delicious heart cookies for dessert on Valentine's Day or any day!
With this edible paint recipe, you can turn an old staple--heart-shaped cookies--into valentine canvases.
This year, butter up your sweethearts with a batch of sugar-cookie hugs and kisses. Make bite-size X's and O's for a bunch of friends or a pair or giant letters for a special sweetie.
In Colonial days, when children learned the alphabet, their families celebrated by making gingerbread letters.
These twice-baked cookies, called mandelbrot (German for almond bread), are a Jewish holiday favorite.
Dress up your holiday table with edible place cards made from cookies in the shape of a holly leaf.
Taken from MARCELLA CUCINA by Marcella Hazan. Copyright © 1997 by HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.
Use cookie cutters to customize your cookies for the occasion.