4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes For You To Try Out

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes For You To Try Out Today.

Hello friends. Happy Tuesday. So how are you today?

So much planning to do For Christmas here.

I have not even started, have you? I still have to plan Christmas presents to buy. Also got to plan my big Christmas food shop.

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes For You To Try Out Today

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes For You To Try Out Today:

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes For You To Try Out Today.

Plan our baking list, decorate the table and make cookies!!

We love to make cookies here and what better time for a bit of family baking than Christmas?

Our favourite cookies are chocolate chip straight from the oven. We do let them rest a little while, not too long though!!

Yummy warm cookies and a glass of milk.

This festive season, indulge in the joy of baking with these delightful Christmas biscuit recipes that are sure to fill your home with the warm, comforting aroma of the holidays.

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes For You To Try Out Today

First on the list is Stained Glass Cookies, baked to perfection and adorned with sweet decorations.

Next up, try your hand at Florentine, a delightful blend of rich fruit and nut treats that will leave your taste buds dancing.

For a taste of traditional elegance, bake up a batch of Christmas Reindeer Biscuits, with their buttery flavour.

Finally, don’t miss out on the charm of Shortbreads With Strawberry Conserve, sprinkled with powdered sugar for a snow-like finish, offering a melt-in-your-mouth experience.

These Christmas biscuit recipes are not only delicious but also a perfect way to share the spirit of the season with family and friends.

Gather your loved ones, preheat the oven, and embark on a festive baking adventure today!

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes For You To Try Out Today.

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes For You To Try Out Today:

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes:

  1. Firstly, Stained Glass Cookies.
  2. Secondly, Florentine.
  3. Thirdly, Christmas Reindeer Biscuits.
  4. Fourthly, Shortbreads With Strawberry Conserve.

Discover the perfect blend of festive flavours with my collection of 4 Christmas biscuit recipes. From classic Christmas Reindeer Biscuits to indulgent Stained Glass Cookies.

These mouthwatering treats are sure to bring holiday cheer to your home.

Try them out today and delight your loved ones with a homemade touch of Christmas magic.

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes:

Do you love making cookies too? Here are a few different festive ideas for you to try out this Christmas.

Stained Glass Cookies: Sweet Christmas How To Baking

Stained Glass Cookies:

Stained Glass Cookies.

Firstly how fun are these cookies hanging on your Christmas tree? Delicious buttery biscuits, with edible sweetie stained glass.

These edible decorations make the perfect gift and are ideal for hanging on the tree. Great for getting the kids involved, all you need are clean hands and a little imagination! 

How long would they be here for before someone cracks and eats one though?

A magical treat to enjoy at Christmas. Stained Glass Cookies. So cool.



Secondly, I decided to go make these Florentine’s as part of a challenge with Persil.

I thought they looked amazing and have never got around to making any up for myself before so I thought this itself would be a challenge.

They turned out great and tasted delicious. You can find the full recipe here: Florentine. So yummy.

Christmas Reindeer Biscuits:

Christmas Reindeer Biscuits.

Thirdly, how much fun are these Christmas Reindeer Biscuits? Perfect for any Christmas parties, after-school treat, lunch box treats or weekend treats over the next few weeks. Hand’s up who could eat one now!? Of course, both my hands are in the air!!!! So sweet.

Photo Credits: kaboompics- Pixabay.

Shortbreads With Strawberry Conserve:

Shortbreads With Strawberry Conserve. Last but not least, do you love shortbread biscuits? Fancy making some of these Shortbreads With Strawberry Conserve?

These biscuits look so, so sweet and reminds me of some I use to eat lots of years ago.

Talking of biscuits I don’t think there is any I have not tried!?!

This looks a great recipe for sharing fun baking times with the little ones helping you to make and also cutting out lots of different shapes and sizes. So tasty.

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes For You To Try Out Today

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes For You To Try Out Today:

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes For You To Try Out Today. Photo credits: kaboompics from Pixabay. Updated post. First published here 9th December 2017.

So what do you think of these cookie ideas?

Do you like baking cookies? Do you like to make Christmas cookies? What are your favourite Christmas biscuits, cakes or treat recipes?

4 Christmas Biscuit Recipes For You To Try Out Today. Thank you so much for stopping by here today. I hope you can also stop by again soon.

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  1. Marilyn Lesniak
    26 December 2020 / 23:48

    Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared. Have a lovely week. I hope to see you at next week’s party too! Please stay safe and healthy. Come party with us at Over The Moon! Catapult your content Over The Moon! @marilyn_lesniak @EclecticRedBarn

    • 27 December 2020 / 20:48

      Thanks so much for all the comments.

  2. Paula Short
    23 December 2020 / 14:13

    Thank you for a very yummy post. These sound delish. I’ve never been much if a baker, and I have, been very unlucky mixing and handling homemade dough. However, I assist friends and family with baking. being the helper works better for me than being stuck in dough and having to have someone else get me undone. I will share these recipes with friends and family. Blessings.
    Your neighbor at Inspire Me Monday.

    • 27 December 2020 / 20:46

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing with your friends and family.