Easy Christmas Cookies: 5 Delicious Recipes (Day 4)

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The holiday season is upon us, and what better way to celebrate than with the delightful aroma of freshly baked cookies filling your home? This is Day 4 of our easy Christmas Cookies countdown, featuring 5 mouthwatering recipes.

This next recipe is a nostalgic treasure passed down from my mother and a permanent fixture on my top 5 Christmas cookie list. These no-bake treats are as easy as can be – whip them up in a large pot with a wooden spoon! They’re a guaranteed crowd-pleaser – my three sons adore them, and the irresistible combination of chocolate and butterscotch will leave you hooked too. Get ready for a taste of the holiday tradition with minimal effort!

And that’s not all – stay tuned throughout the week for even more delicious recipes, including some fantastic finds from my talented blogger friends. These recipes will spark your creativity and provide all the inspiration you need to assemble a festive and delicious cookie tray for the holidays. Get ready for some serious baking fun!

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Creating these irresistible treats is a breeze! Simply melt semi-sweet and butterscotch chips together in a double boiler. Once the chocolate is smooth and melted, fold in your chow mein noodles and cocktail peanuts for a delightful blend of textures. Using a spoon, drop heaping tablespoons of the mixture onto aluminum foil or wax paper, leaving space for spreading.

Let them cool completely before storing them in airtight containers or cookie tins.

Chinese New Year Cookies 2

Chinese New Year Cookies

White Lilac Farmhouse
This is a no bake easy cookie. You can easily double or triple the batch.
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 36 pieces

Ingredients
  

  • 6 ounces Butterscotch Chips
  • 6 ounces Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips
  • 3 ounce can Chow Mein Noodles
  • 1 cup Salted Peanuts

Instructions
 

  • Melt the chips in a double-boiler.
  • Mix in Chow Mein Noodles and peanuts. Stir until all ingredients are well combined.
  • Drop by teaspoon on to wax paper in stacks.
  • Allow to completely cool. The chocolate will harden and you will be able to place in storage container or cookie tins.
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Peppermint Cookie With White Chocolate from Sweet Pea.

Easy Christmas Cookies: 5 Delicious Recipes

If you missed the previous posts, they are linked below. I have five days of cookie recipes for you. You will not want to miss some of the wonderful cookie recipes shared.

  • Day 1 – White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies
  • Day 2 – Shortbread Cookies
  • Day 3 – Almond Joy Cookies

Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for another day of Christmas cookie inspiration! In the meantime, please subscribe to my newsletter for even more holiday baking ideas and decorating tips delivered straight to your inbox.

Happy baking, sweet friend!

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8 Comments

  1. These sound interesting. But I can’t get my mind off of the almond joy cookies. 🤣
    I wished I had a group of friends close by to do a cookie swap with. That would be fun!

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