Grain-Free Holiday Cookies!

Bring some Magic to your holiday dessert table this year with our Magic Cookie Dough!



This year has been rough, am I right? 2020 is coming to a close, and we are all exhausted, but don’t think for a second that you can’t still have your cookies and eat them too! No matter what you celebrate, or how you are celebrating this year, our Magic Cookie Dough will bring some holiday cheer to your kitchen, and take one less stress away. Just use a container of our Magic Cookie Dough, add some fun decorations, and you can easily make and decorate holiday cookies with loved ones this year, near and far (Zoom cookie party, anyone?)


(All of these recipes are in a convenient ebook, free with cookie dough purchase)


Here are some of our favorite cookies to make with our Magic Dough!


Because the light of Hanukkah is still bright until Friday, give these cut out cookies a try! All you need are some cute Hanukkah cookie cutters, and frosting and sprinkles of your choice! Bake them for 10 minutes at 350, allow to cool, and decorate as desired! (Watch our IG Live for making these)



Looking for a delicious Thumbprint recipe? Roll Magic Cookie Dough into balls, flatten slightly, and then bake for 10 minutes. Once out of the oven, use a teaspoon measure to carefully make a “thumbprint” in the cookies. Fill with chocolate hazelnut spread, and drizzle with melted chocolate! (Watch our IG Live for making these)



It’s not the holidays for me without gingerbread. Give these Gingerbread Friends a try! They are easy, fun, and so delicious. All you need is a little molasses, and our Gingersnap spice blend to mix into Magic Cookie Dough for the perfect gingersnap cookie flavors! Does that feel like too much work? Skip the molasses, and just mix in our Gingersnap blend, and drop scoops of cookie dough on your baking sheet for easy, tasty gingersnap cookies.



I love peppermint and chocolate, so I had make these Candy Cane Kiss Cookies this year. All you need is some crushed candy cane, and chocolate kisses for a wintery spin on Peanut Blossoms! Roll balls of cookie dough into crushed candy cane, place on your baking sheet, and press down slightly. Bake at 350 for 10 minutes, and then gently press a chocolate kiss (or your choice of little chocolate) in the center.



Is it snowing where you are yet? Not here in Pittsburgh, so I think some Snowball Cookies are in order! All you need is some chopped walnuts and powdered sugar to create these tasty little cookies. Mix walnuts into the cookie dough, roll dough into balls, and bake for 10 minutes at 350. Once cooled, roll them in powdered sugar. So easy, and so delish!



Want to spice up your classic Chocolate Chip Cookie? Try adding chunks of delicious dark chocolate, and shards of homemade toffee. Put on a little Vince Guaraldi Trio, and turn on the twinkle lights while you are making the toffee for this recipe. You will feel just like Nigella Lawson, and it will make the toffee that much more delicious, I promise!



When in doubt, just grab your favorite cookie cutters, frosting and sprinkles, and have some fun making whatever cookies you want! That is the best part about this dough! You can make these alone, or with your kids or loved ones, and have fun with ease this holiday season! All of our cutout cookies bake for 10 minutes at 350. We hope you enjoy!



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