Get ready to celebrate your holiday season with these delightful eggless Christmas cookies!
Deck the halls and cozy up by the fire. These delectable treats add a sweet touch to the festivities. As a bonus, they’re perfect for those with dietary restrictions.
Most successful cookie recipes make use of eggs for richness and binding. But that doesn’t mean those with intolerances or allergies can’t enjoy a good cookie.
That’s where this list comes in. These eggless Christmas cookies guarantee nobody feels left out during the holiday season.
Let the dairy-free baking begin!
Christmas parties without sugar cookies are like Santa without his reindeer.
Whether you’re out of eggs or can’t have them, these eggless sugar cookies will come to the rescue. They’re buttery, soft, and can hold their shape beautifully when baked. They also come with an equally delightful eggless icing recipe.
They’re the perfect opportunity to flex your creativity! Use your favorite cookie cutters and dress them with icing for an unforgettable festive treat.
I’m a sucker for chocolate crinkle cookies. I hate to think others can’t have them because most recipes call for eggs.
These eggless chocolate crinkle cookies are a game- changer for those with dietary restrictions. These treats are moist and fudgy but not too sweet. They’re the ideal holiday indulgence. They’re dusted in powdered sugar for a festive, snowy look.
These aren’t just for Christmas, they’re a hit anytime.
Vegan, gluten-free, and grain-free might not be what you typically associate with delicious cookies. But these gingerbread treats will change that.
They’re wonderfully spiced and have a satisfying crunch. Plus, they’re a blast to make, especially if you get the kids involved with decorating!
Stick with a simple mix of powdered sugar and coconut cream for the icing. It’s easy to make and perfectly delicious.
Just hearing the name ‘melting moments’ already tempts you to bite into these cookies, doesn’t it?
True to their name, these treats are soft, buttery delights that melt in your mouth. They’re like shortbread cookies but with an extra layer of scrumptiousness.
Even better, they need only a handful of ingredients! They’re a perfect way to spice up the holidays.
Condensed milk cookies lack a creative name, but they make up for it in taste and texture. These treats are chewy, soft, and filled with the delightful richness of condensed milk.
The condensed milk naturally replaces eggs, making this an easy, eggless recipe. With just six ingredients and a 20-minute prep time, you can whip up a batch anytime the craving hits.
Snowball cookies are named for their snowy powdered sugar coating. They’re bite-sized delights and embody the festive spirit.
Also known as Mexican wedding cookies or Russian tea cakes, these cookies are international stars! Made with a simple blend of flour, coarsely ground nuts, butter, and sugar, these treats are light, crumbly, and melt right in your mouth.
They’re rolled in powdered sugar after baking, like crinkle cookies, adding to their snowy appeal.
Sprinkles bring a festive vibe to cookies, and this recipe is proof. These treats are vegan, paleo, and gluten-free. So they’re suitable for various dietary preferences.
More importantly, they taste so good. They’re soft, chewy, nutty, and simply delicious.
The recipe features a healthy mix of almond flour, maple syrup, and coconut oil. There are no artificial ingredients unless you count the sprinkles!
Perfect for Christmas, these cookies can also adapt to any celebration by swapping out the sprinkles’ colors.
Buddy the Elf cookies capture the spirit of Buddy’s famous spaghetti scene from Elf but in cookie form.
Chow mein noodles coated in butterscotch and white chocolate mimic the spaghetti. Marshmallows, chocolate syrup, sprinkles, and M&Ms recreate the other toppings.
These festive cookies bring the laughs from the movie right onto your dessert table.
These vegan spritz cookies are the perfect treat for any holiday or gathering.
They’re fun and easy to make, especially if you have a spritz press. If not, don’t worry, you can still shape these cookies without one.
They’re great for family baking sessions, cookie decorating parties, or even as homemade holiday gifts.
Thumbprint cookies are simple, but they burst with amazing flavors and textures.
Made from a basic sugar cookie dough, these eggless treats are rich, buttery, and melt-in-your-mouth tender. The indents in the cookies are filled with your choice of jam, offering a sweet surprise with each bite.
Quick to whip up, these cookies are a fantastic addition to any holiday spread.
Mint Christmas cookies are made with buttery shortbread dipped in chocolate, and topped with festive sprinkles.
These green treats are ideal for cookie exchanges and gift plates. The resemble Mint Milanos in taste. With the popular mint-chocolate pairing and holiday sprinkles, they’re too irresistible to pass up.
The recipe yields about four dozen. They’re perfect for sharing during the festive season.
Melomakarona are soft, orange-scented, and cinnamon-infused Greek delights.
They’re soaked in honey syrup and blanketed with crushed walnuts. Uniquely eggless and butter-free, these cookies abide by Orthodox Christian fasting rules.
Found readily across Greece during the holiday season, you can easily recreate them at home.
With their red and green pops from cranberries and pistachios, these cookies capture the Christmas spirit.
These vegan treats are chewy, a tad crispy on the outside, and moist. Made with almond flour, they’re naturally gluten-free, oil-free, and eggless.
Whip up a batch and bring the festive mood into your home. They’re easy to make and even easier to love!
Vegan chocolate peppermint cookies are a Christmas must-have. Imagine double-chocolate cookies loaded with chocolate chips and sprinkled with candy cane bits.
They’re soft, chewy, and carry a minty hint that makes them irresistible. Plus, they’re ready in just 30 minutes. And for a shocking bonus, these cookies are dairy-free and can be made gluten-free!
Your eyes didn’t deceive you. These cookies have potatoes in them, and they’re awesome! German potato cookies are full of soft, crumbly, melt-in-your-mouth goodness.
Despite their name, they’re not from Germany and are often made for Christmas and Chinese New Year. These eggless cookies use just seven ingredients, including potato starch, which is common in Asia.
Infused with pandan or ube flavor, these treats offer a delightful twist.
Surprise! These red velvet cream cheese cookies are eggless and oh-so-delicious. Their sugar cookie base pairs beautifully with tangy cream cheese frosting. Extra cookie crumbs on top add texture and balance the frosting’s richness.
They’re also gluten-free, nut-free, and can be made dairy-free. They’re a sweet, inclusive treat for everyone this Christmas!
These reindeer cookies came to sleigh! An easy, fun-to-make treat, they’re ideal for holiday parties and require just a handful of ingredients.
Nutter Butters are transformed into cute reindeer with pretzel antlers, edible eyes, and red M&M noses.
These no-bake cookies are all about assembling and entertaining.
They’re almost too pretty to eat but too good not to. What a fun dilemma!
These butterfly cookies offer a melt-in-your-mouth shortbread texture that’s crisp and crumbly. They’re crafted from butter, sugar, flour, and vanilla. It’s a simple dough, but it yields incredible cookies.
The dough is cut into charming butterfly shapes. Decorated with green and turquoise sugar, these cookies look and taste incredible.
Who can say no to hot chocolate in cookie form? These vegan hot chocolate cookies have a double chocolate impact and a gooey marshmallow center. They’re a chocoholic’s dream, filled with pockets of melted chocolate.
Ready in under 30 minutes, they’re perfectly sweet and irresistibly chewy.
These classic Christmas cookies should be on every vegan holiday table. They offer a spicy, crunchy, festive delight with minimal effort. They don’t require any special ingredients and are so easy to make.
With vegan butter, brown sugar, molasses, spices, and flour, you can whip up a tasty treat in no time. Enjoy them rolled in granulated sugar for an extra sweet touch.
Enjoy these lemon meltaway cookies. They’re soft, buttery delights with a hint of cinnamon and lemon.
They offer a refreshing taste that just melts in your mouth. Despite a powdered sugar coating, they’re perfectly balanced, never too sweet.
There’s no need for chilling, so these cookies are just a few minutes away!
These vegan matcha cookies blend the healthful touch of green tea matcha with sweet white chocolate chips. Matcha and white chocolate are a match-a made in cookie heaven! (Sorry, I had to do it.)
They’re slightly crisp yet chewy and perfectly sweet. What a refreshing change from your typical chocolate chip cookies.
These fruitcake shortbread cookies transform the infamous holiday fruitcake into a star attraction. Buttery slice-and-bake cookies meet vibrant candied fruit, delivering a delightful combination.
Skip the nuts or toss them in. It’s totally your call. But either way, they prove fruitcake deserves the spotlight, too.
These crescent cookies are a tender delight, dusted with powdered sugar and infused with almond flavor.
These melt-in-your-mouth treats are similar to shortbread. They bring a soft, buttery crumb to your Christmas cookie tray.
Oh, what fun! No-bake Christmas wreath cookies bring festive cheer to any holiday party. They’re made with cornflakes, marshmallows, butter, and green food coloring. They’re ooey-gooey, crunchy, sweet, and ridiculously adorable.
Add the final touches with sprinkles and mini M&Ms for an even more joyful treat.
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