Get a glass of milk ready because you're about to enter a wonderful world of sugar cookies galore.
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Make the most out of stale or leftover sugar cookies with this four ingredient no-bake truffle recipe.
Get the recipe at If You Give a Blonde a Kitchen.
These stained glass sugar cookies are almost too pretty to eat!
Get the recipe at Noshtastic.
These cute cookies are the best way to spread Christmas cheer.
Use this basic sugar cookie recipe as a base for all your Christmas cookies this season.
If you have never added sour cream to sugar cookies before, you're in for a treat.
Get the recipe at My Homemade Heaven.
These all-star cookies have easy-to-cut edges, making them perfect for decorating. Best of all, there's no need to refrigerate the cookie dough before you roll out the cookies. That means, these delights will be in your mouth even sooner.
Get the recipe at Life, Love, and Sugar.
We already love sugar cookies, but sprinkle-covered ones are worthy of a happy dance.
Get the recipe at Sally's Baking Addiction.
Bring one of the season's most popular flavors into one of the season's most popular cookies. It'll be hard to have just one!
Get the recipe at Cooking Classy.
These little leaping cookies are about as much fun to make as they are to eat!
These pretty pastries will be the talk of the evening. How adorable are they?!
Get the recipe at Betcha Can't Eat Just One.
If these chewy pieces of heaven don't give you an instant mood boost, we don't know what will.
Get the recipe at Dear Crissy.
These buttery delights are cute as, well, you know. Gather a stack together by threading ribbon through the buttonholes, and present the cookies in a perfectly sized papier-mâché box with a snowflake stenciled on the lid.
Who said cookies have to be round? Give your cookie cutter a rest, and opt for these easy-to-make festive treats.
Get the recipe at Just a Taste.
These stunners are surprisingly simple to whip up, with only 10 minutes of prep time.
Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.
These perfectly pretty candy canes are easy to decorate and are packed with the fresh, wintry flavor of mint.
Move over, pumpkin pie. These sugar cookies are our new favorite pumpkin-flavored treats.
Get the recipe at Wine and Glue.
While these require a bit more time to decorate, they will definitely be the most creative treat on the dessert table.
Get the recipe at My Frugal Adventures.
Trust us, these cookies are as amazing and incredible as they sound.
Get the recipe at Homemade Hooplah.
While blogger Your Southern Peach made these treats for St. Patrick's Day, their festive look (and yummy flavor) make them incredible Christmas desserts, too.
Get the recipe at Your Southern Peach.
There are holiday cookies, then there are these holiday cookies. These perfectly chewy pastries will have your taste buds thanking you after every bite.
Get the recipe at The Recipe Critic.
Sugar cookies and cannolis make an incredible pair in this scrumptious recipe.
Get the recipe at The 36th Avenue.
This recipe is solid proof that sugar cookies and egg nog are a match made in holiday heaven.
Get the recipe at Your Cup of Cake.
Your holiday dessert menu will not be complete without these sweet bites. But, beware, they are addicting.
Get the recipe at Life With The Crust Cut Off.