A cookie exchange is the perfect way to share your favorite cookie recipes with friends and family.
Who doesn’t love a great cookie recipe? They are generally quite easy to make and family members are sure to love them better than boxes of store bought cookies.
And this time of the year, many people have cookie exchanges to share and trade their favorite recipes with their friends and family.
Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy this collection of recipes. One is sure to be perfect to take to your next cookie swap.
Cookie exchange recipes
Here are a few of my favorite cookie recipes. Any of these would be a perfect addition to your cookie swap party. Just click on the link below the picture to go to the recipe.
These Snickers Peanut Butter Cookies are have the most amazing flavor. Even my non peanut butter loving husband says they are his favorite!
Cup of tea anyone? Take a sugar cookie and dip in chocolate and add a label. Source: The Kitchn
Ginger Spice Cookie – Get the recipe –>> Being a bear
Impossibly good peanut butter cookie. Get the recipe –>> Food.com
Stunning Tulip Cookies with fondant. Get the recipe –>> Cake Journal
Peanut butter chocolate kiss cookies – Get the recipe –>> The Wimpy Vegetarian
What says the holidays more than a platter of festively decorated Christmas cookies? Just make a basic sugar cookie recipe, get out your holiday cutters and let the kids go wild with sprinkles and frosting.
They will have a great time and feel so proud to share them with their friends. If you have never hosted a cookie exchange, see this article for some great tips.
Fluffy Almond Joy cookies. Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don’t! Get the recipe –>> Taunie Everett.
Tail Mix Cookies. – Get the recipe –>> Foods for the soul.