Check out these tasty Martha Stewart’s Christmas cookies

Martha Stewart`s Christmas cookiesIs it possible to imagine Christmas without cookie baking? Of course, not. Filling your sweet home with the adorable scent of baked treats is a wonderful tradition. You love surprising your beloved family and your guests with these delicious goodies, right?

In this article, we have gathered some of the greatest Martha Stewart’s Christmas cookies. Check them out and hurry up to prepare your favourite ones:

  • Cappuccino-Chocolate Bites – freckles of espresso are dotted throughout these tasty cookies. These cappuccino-chocolate fragrant bites are sandwiched together with lovely soft milk-chocolate ganache.

  • Peanut Butter Surprise Cookies – keep in mind that these awesome cookies will have a damp, brownie like texture the day you prepare them. They will get crispier on the next day. It’s recommended to store these cookies in an airtight container for more than two weeks. A little trick is to add some marshmallows to the container. This way you will prevent these cookies from drying out. In case you spill some peanut butter on your carpet, don’t panic, but rely on the local carpet cleaning specialists!

  • Carrot-Cake Cookies – nowadays carrot cake is indisputably a traditional and beloved dessert all around the world. These super tasty carrot-cake cookies involve the same ingredients into two wafers, which are sandwiched together with a coating of rich cream-cheese frosting. Be careful with this rich cream-cheese frosting, because it can make your domestic cleaning routine more difficult than ordinarily.

  • Gingerbread Snowflakes – this magnificent seven-inch flake is prettier than a gingerbread house or a gingerbread man, be sure about that. It is big enough to be shared with someone — but who really wishes that? Sanding sugar is put on top and icy sheen is achieved.

  • Cookie Art – these abstract-art confections are for those of you who really appreciate cooking art. Start by rolling out sugar-cookie dough and cut it into huge squares. These are your “blank canvases.” Let your children squeeze drops of liquid food coloring on each cookie. They will find it very amusing. Then, with the help of a straw, lightly blow the liquid across the cookie’s surface until the wanted pattern is accomplished.

Do you feel seduced by these tempting cookie treats? Choose your favourite kind and go to the kitchen right now!

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