The holiday season may be over, but it’s always a good time to indulge your sweet tooth with some treats. While winter is still hanging around, here are some fun cookie recipes to try out and enjoy!

1. Peppermint Patty Sandwich Cookies

Bring on the flavor with these cute patties! It requires a bit of prep for chopping up chocolate-coated peppermint candy and crushing candy canes, but it’ll make the sandwich cookies all the sweeter. You can find Giada De Laurentiis’ recipe on the Food Network.

2. Chocolate Dipped Shortbread Cookies

This five-ingredient cookie gives room for decoration imagination. Erin C’s recipe on Genius Kitchen gives us these simple sweets and another reason to spend time with family and friends.

3. Fudge Crinkle Cookies

This is another cookie with only a handful of ingredients! This time with only four ingredients, make these frosted fudge cookies for a sugary bite of the season. The recipe on Genius Kitchen also provides plenty of helpful tips to make sure these cookies turn out to as close to perfection as possible.

4. No-bake Chocolate Oat Bars

With this quick snack, you don’t even need to turn on the oven. These chocolate oat bars from Yummly are high in protein and fiber and nice on the electricity bill. With a hint of cinnamon and peanut butter, create these oat bars as a tasty snack to bring along with you on a busy day or as a quick fix for your sweet tooth.

5. Pecan Puffs

For those craving a crunch with their cookies, try out these pecan puffs. These bite-sized puffs do call for a bit of prep with chopping the pecans in a food processor, but the flavor and texture will definitely be worth the work. For those looking for low sugar, you can also adjust this recipe by omitting the two rounds of confectioner’s sugar dusting the recipe on Genius Kitchen calls for.

6. Cinnamon Crumb Pecan Sandies

Pecan-lovers can enjoy another recipe with pecan folded in! The ingredient list is a tad long with a few spices you might not naturally have (such as nutmeg and cream of tartar), but at least with the nutmeg, you can use that for some pumpkin spice cupcakes come fall. The crumble topping will certainly be one to please, so check out the recipe on Little Bits Of!

7. Gingersnap Molasses Cookies

Sally’s Baking Addiction brings us these simple but festive cookies for this winter season. These gingersnap molasses cookies also give room for personalization with adding a few chocolate chips on top of the cookies straight out of the oven.

8. Cinnamon Bun Cookies

Cinnamon buns are sweet treats for any morning and any season, but imagine how they’d taste in a cookie. This recipe from Lori Lange on Recipe Girl shows you just how to develop your love of cinnamon buns to the next level.

9. Nutter Butter Reindeers

These cute cookies are more about assembly than baking, so they’d be great for spending time with family and friends with the promise of sweet treats at the end. With just four ingredients required to put these reindeer in business, check out how on Handmade in the Heartland!

10. Winter Wonderland Cookies

Simple but aesthetic is the way to go with these winter wonderland cookies from Yummly. With just five ingredients (one being blue food coloring), these cookies will certainly reflect the season and provide a snow-scape without all the slipping and sliding.

Continue the festivities with these warming recipes and sweet treats. From us to you, happy baking!

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