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5 Christmas Cookie-Inspired Cocktails

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Infuse happy hour with holiday joy by turning Christmas cookie classics into cocktails!

 

Forget the cookie plates. No need to spend hours baking! With a cocktail shaker, a few shiny bottles of booze and these clever recipes, you’ll be sipping your way to Santa Day in style.

 

1. Sugar Cookie Cocktail

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The classic of all classics, this cocktail takes everything you love about a sugar cookie and mixes it into a creamy wonder. Like a vanilla cookie kissed with frosting, serve in a sprinkles-rimmed glass for extra bazinga.

 

2. Raspberry-Almond Thumbprint Cookie Cocktail

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If tins full of buttery shortbread cookies gets you in the Christmas mood, this quick cocktail is sure to raise your holiday spirits! Butterscotch schnapps is shaken with a clever combo of complementary liqueurs, then poured into a white-chocolate drizzled martini glass with a raspberry jam dollop to top it all off. Bottom’s up, Santa baby!

 

3. Boozy Christmas Cookie Latte

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Live for coffee and cookies. Mix your two favorite flavors together with this creamy concoction. Coffee, toffee, cream and buttery homemade sprinkles. Serve this one warm or cold. It’s an ideal party drink, easy to make in big batches and so perfect for sipping around a crackling fire.

 

4. Turtle Thumbprint Cocktail

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Chocolate and toasted coconut make for the finest flavor combination. So, we went and rimmed a gorgeous cocktail glass with toasted coconut, drizzled in chocolate and topped it off with a drink so scrumptious, you can have it for dessert.

 

5. Fortune Cookie Cocktail

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Celebrate the end of your year with by looking forward to future! This cocktail tastes just like a fortune cookie and even comes with its own crackable cookie on the side. Hints of almond, vanilla and cream make this cocktail a great way to end any night with a fun touch of festivity!

Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen where she shares crazy simple, healthy family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke's profile to see what she cooks up next!

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