From Betty Crocker to Martha Stewart, we scoured the internet and found 6 Super Easy (and Yummy) Holiday Cookie Recipes.

Anything that makes the holidays easier and more fun is something we all want.

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Yields: 60 | Bake Time: 10 mins | Total Time: 35 mins

Coconut Cranberry Yummies from Taste of Home

With only six ingredients and a bake time of only 10 minutes, you can have these scrumptious cookies in half an hour. They also yield 5 dozen so they’re perfect for parties, the office, or your holiday goodie bags.

Yields: 28 | Bake Time: 28 mins | Total Time: 25 mins

Santa’s Trash Cookies from Delish

Of all the cookies on this list, these are the ones I am the most excited about! I mean, this cookie has potato chips, pretzels, AND sprinkles. I’m very intrigued by what Santa has in his trash. Yum!

I will definitely be making these this year.

Yields: 60 | Bake Time: 9 mins | Total Time: 25 mins

Cookie Dough Bites from Pillsbury

Here’s another super quick cookie with a high yield and only five ingredients. I love anything and everything with the word “dough” in the title!

Yields: 40 | Bake Time: 25 mins (after freezing) | Total Time: 90 mins

Almond Orange Shortbread Cookies from Martha Stewart

This is a very interesting recipe. I’ve never seen a recipe that calls for freezing the dough before you bake it, but this one does. You can even freeze the dough for up to 3 months if you want.

These are a must try for me!

Yields: 48 | Bake Time: 6 mins | Total Time: 30 mins

Snickerdoodles from Oxmoor House

You can never go wrong with a classic and cinnamon is by far my favorite spice! I had no idea how easy these delicious mounds of joy were to make.

Yields: 72 | Bake Time: 5-8 mins | Total Time: 75 mins

Classic Spritz Cookies from Betty Crocker

The best thing about these cookies? They are so pretty and so versatile. They are a little more involved, but using a cookie press and different colored toppings, these are even great for other holidays and festivities.

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