11 Crazy Holiday Cookie Creations I Found on Pinterest

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While compiling a holiday cookie list, I stumbled upon a few overly festive treats that would A) give me diabetes and b) stress me out if I dared making them myself. Take a look at some of the most joyful cookies on Pinterest. 1. Shirley Temple Kiss:
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Via Rook No. 17 2. White Chocolate Cherry Shortbread:
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Via The Girl Who Ate Everything The longer the name the better 3. Christmas M&M Cake Mix Cookies:
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Via The Frugal Girls Cake? Check. Cookies? Check. Christmas? Check. Check. Check. 4. Perfect Sugar Cookies:
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Via Catch My Party MOAR SPRINKLES! 5. Melted Snowman Sugar Cookie:
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Via Elegant Art Form Bust out those art skillz 6. White Chocolate and Peppermint Christmas Wreaths Cookies:
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Via Bustle Patience is a virtue. I would end up chucking these cookies against the wall 7. Nutterbutter art:

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No recipes, just dip your NBs in some melted chocolate and get creative, I guess? 8. Chocolate Covered Pretzel Peanut Butter Bites
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Via Sally's Baking Addiction All of the adjectives 9. Gingerbread Christmas Tree:
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Via The Lady Thing Because one cookie is never enough 10. Snowball Trees:
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Via Very Rosenberry 11 rolled balls per tree, not including frosting.      

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