When the temperature takes a dip, that's the perfect time to step into the kitchen to warm up with some baking. These gourmet cookie recipes are easy to make and would make a lovely addition to your holiday table. You could even stash these gourmet cookies in a decorative bag and give them away as gifts during the holidays. Happy baking!
The fact that these are vegan cookies is something you can keep to yourself until your guests have devoured them all. They are so good no one will believe they are 100% vegan. Bring on the sweet compliments!
Die hard fans of chocolate will enjoy these delightful cookies. You'll need to bake the cookies and let them cool before topping them with cream and chocolate hazelnut spread. Can you think of anything more delicious?
If you are yearning for a taste of the South, these gourmet cookies made with honey and pecans will give you some southern comfort. The recipes comes to FDL courtesy of food blogger Laurel Evans. They are great with tea, coffee or even served with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Topped with a creamy brown butter icing, these pumpkin cookies are a great way to celebrate fall. Try serving them at your Halloween party or Thanksgiving dinner. They'd be a great compliment to eggnog or warm apple cider.
With just five ingredients you'll be able to make these irresistible shortbread cookies. They're a great way to use up any leftover cranberries during the holiday season. You can make them in other fun shapes like hearts or Christmas trees.
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