elf donuts--actually cheerios, To leave out with Santas cookies.

Santa's elves usually are forgotten on Christmas Eve, but this year make Elf Donuts from Cheerios. Now you can leave cookies out for Santa and donuts for the Elves.

Holiday Trees

"Holiday Tree Cookies" - FYI: there is no such thing as a holiday tree. It is a Christmas tree. The Christmas tree cookies do look good.

Holiday Antipasta Wreath by sweetpaul #Antipasta #Wreath

Sweet Paul Holiday Countdown: Day 21 - Holiday Antipasta Wreath - I personally would add some nice meat as well.probably prosciutto arranged like ribbons around the wreath.

Rum Balls - Martha Stewart  classic.  I rolled these in a powdered sugar/cocoa mixture.  Made them way richer.   I use about 1/4 sugar to 3/4 cocoa

Desserts and Sweets for New Year's

Rum Balls - Served chilled, these balls are formed when a batch of brownies is broken into bits, flavored with dark rum, and rolled. Here's your yummy rum ball how to king

Adding this to my Christmas dessert list!

Gingerbread-Cookie Trees

Try Martha Stewart's quick and easy cream cheese frosting recipe! With this cheese cream frositng recipe, you can add a not-too-sweet toppings to your favorite desserts. Use cream cheese frosting on cupcakes, pumpkin cake, carrot cake and more!

White Christmas Recipe

This easy no-bake slice is very sweet and rich so cut it into small pieces to serve. For Christmas gifts, package squares of White Christma.

Sooooo doing this! Strawberry santas with cool whip

Not really a recipe but an idea: Yummy Santas made with strawberries and a little piped whipped cream!

How to bake and decorate Christmas cookies!

Christmas in July? How about Christmas in February! We need your best Holiday Cookie Recipes for this year's edition of Cook's Country Holiday Cookie Contest

This site has a bunch of yummy cookie ideas to bake at Christmas time.

70+ of the Most Festive Christmas Cookie Recipes

Basic Tea Cookie Dough Recipe - Country Living - and links to make the four kinds of tea cookies pictured: Roly Polys, Jam Thumbprints, Red and Whites, and Raspberry Bars