3 Genius Ways to Update Grandma's Christmas Cookies

Find out how you upgrade traditional Christmas cookies
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This is how you update traditional Christmas cookies.

Every year, your kids look forward to going to their grandparents’ house because the cookie jar is always filled to the brim. Chocolate chip, sugar cookies, and decorated gingerbread are among the festive Christmas cookies they love to snack on.

While the kids love them, you know that Grandma never really steps out of her comfort zone. Here are a few Christmas cookie recipes that will leave Grandma’s in the dust.

Ginger Molasses Cookies

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Upgrade gingerbread cookies with this recipe.

This cookie recipe has a very earthy flavor from the ginger and molasses. This is a major step up in flavor from the decorated gingerbread cookies you’re used to getting every year.

For the Ginger Molasses Cookies recipe, click here.

Peppermint Crunch Christmas Cookies Recipe

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Make a peppermint crunch cookie this holiday season.

These festive shortbread cookies are colored red and green and covered in peppermint candies. Upgrade your grandma’s traditional shortbread cookie by adding red and green designs and crushed candy canes.

For the Peppermint Crunch Christmas Cookies recipe, click here.

Woodbridge Harvest Spiced Mulled Wine Cookies

Mulled wine cookies

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Make cookies with spiced mulled wine.

When Grandma makes cookies for the holidays it’s usually to please the kids. This is a grown up holiday cookie that you should mix into the batch this year.  

For the Woodbridge Harvest Spiced Mulled Wine Cookies recipe, click here.

 

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