These Dutch cookies also known as Jan Hagels are a favourite at Christmas. They only have a few ingredients and are simple to make but they are just delicious!
Recipe by: Robin
This is a simple recipe that you can build on and make heaps of different cookies from - like lemon, orange or chocolate chip - see my tips below. You can also keep the dough in the fridge or freezer for extra quick cookies!
Recipe by: sal_here
A classic recipe that we make every year at Christmas. I like to roll mine in icing sugar twice for good measure.
Recipe by: THEAUNT708
Have fun with cookie cutters and different colours of decorating sugar making these perfect Christmas cookies. It's a fun project for kids to join in.
Recipe by: Cathie
The almond and lemon flavours in this traditional German christmas cookie have a very festive feel and make wonderful christmas gifts and snacks.
Recipe by: KNF82
I found this recipe recently on the web, but I believe originally the recipe came from Good Housekeeping magazine. Although I have changed a couple of things from the original.
Recipe by: Amanda76
These are my all time favourite biscuit. The recipe comes from my maternal grandmother. I have very fond memories of going on summer holidays to her house and enjoying snacking on these incredibly tasty treats. Crunchy on the outside and chewy in the centre - though be careful, they're addictive and the whole batch will be gone before you know it!
Recipe by: chorazy
This recipe is for a food gift, Christmas cookie mix in a jar. It's easy to make in bulk, all you need are the jars! You can substitute raisins for chocolate chips if you prefer.
Recipe by: CARRIKER
I picked this recipe up overseas: peanut butter cookies rolled in sugar then topped with a chocolate kiss. They are my hubbies favourite and he even likes to help.
Recipe by: JuliettevanSon
These cookies are delicious - spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. The secret ingredient is apple sauce which gives a good flavour and keeps them soft and sweet.
Recipe by: kate