If you are looking for Christmas cookies, here is the recipe of classic Christmas cookies with little twist, Make ahead Holidays baking or try some new experiments to impress your guest & family. Cardamom flavored Cranberry cookies are perfect gourmet gift for all your foodie friends, make ahead and gift with Love.


Makes: 18-20


80 gm. Butter, at room temperature

100 gm. Powdered Sugar

125 gm. Plain Flour

1 tbsp. Cardamom Powder

50 gm. Dried Cranberries

2 tbsp. Pistachio, finely Chopped

Christmas Cookie Stamps, optional


Grind Cranberries coarsely with 1 tbsp. Sugar, in the grinder, keep aside.

Mix butter, sugar and cardamom powder in the bowl with spoon till creamy. Add flour and mix well with hands to make smooth dough.

Divide the dough into two (1:2) parts. Mix chopped pistachio in the smaller cookie dough and remaining part mix with the grounded cranberries. Use both hands to combine it well.

Roll the cranberry dough between two sheets of wax paper into a rectangle. Remove top sheets of wax paper, spread the pistachio cookie dough over this dough, and roll it up in to jelly- roll style. Using your hands shape roll of dough into a triangular log. Wrap in waxed paper, and chill for 20 minutes.




Heat oven at 180 degree centigrade, Slice the log into ¼ inch thick slices. Mark each cookie with your favorite Christmas cookies stamp. Place 1 inch apart on a baking tray lined with parchment paper and bake 12-14 minutes. Remove and cool completely before storing. Triangular shape Cardamom flavored Cranberry Christmas Cookie is the perfect for serving as a Christmas tree style. Enjoy with Kids & family.




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