27 Christmas Linzer Cookie Recipes: Classic Sweets

Christmas linzer cookies can quickly become a classic in any household because of how delicious they are. Enjoy the following recipes…

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1. Lemon Poppy Seed Linzer Cookies

When it comes to desserts, I will more likely than not steer in the direction of chocolate.

From: KneadBakeCook

2. Hazelnut Linzer Cookies

Nothing could be more festive on the holiday table than a tray of these, buttery, confectioners’ sugar-dusted, jam-packed cookies, created by blogger Alexandra Stafford at Alexandra’s Kitchen. The hint of lemon in the dough nicely complements any number of fillings, from raspberry jam to lemon curd.

From: KingArthurFlour

3. Gingerbread Cranberry Linzer Cookies

But now it’s Saturday, which is an even better time to talk about cookies because you might actually have time to make them! Today! I think I broke the exclamation point button on my keyboard and I’m only in the first paragraph here. I’ll try to tone it down.

From: WholeBiteBlog

4. Linzer Cookies with Pomegranate Jelly

Classic, buttery Linzer Cookies are accented with a homemade pomegranate jelly for a made-from-scratch touch.

From: LePetitEats

5. Linzer Cookies with Lemon Curd

My first cookie recipe from baking through “Bake from Scratch”. The dough made me nervous at first because I thought there was no way it was going to come together…but it did and it’s a nice little cookie even without the lemon curd. Sometimes I want just a simple biscuit type of cookie and this dough would be perfect.

From: ObessiveBakingDisorder

6. Plum Linzer Cookies

Plum linzer cookies. A sweet vanilla bean and orange almond linzer cookie with a simple plum jam. This delicious Christmas cookie will be gone in moments.

From: CookieNamedDesire

7. Chocolate Orange Linzer Cookies

Today, I’m sharing the first of multiple Christmas/holiday posts.
These chocolate orange linzer cookies are the perfect addition to your cookie boxes!

From: LaPecheFraiche

8. Raspberry Lemon Linzer Cookies

Ok, let’s be honest. Gift giving can be hard, right? Sometimes we buy gifts out of necessity, but often, we do it because we love those people. We want to show them they’re awesome! That they rock! That they make our lives better than a turtleneck on the coldest day of the year. So I ask you, is there really a gift that can encompass all of those sentiments? Is there such thing as the perfect gift?

From: TheWoodAndSpoon

9. Pecan Linzer Cookies

Pecan linzers cookies taste delicious and are a wonderful snack.

From: Yummly

10. Soft, Salty, & Sweet Pistachio Linzer Cookies

We have a classic beauty on today’s menu: linzer cookies. Have you ever made them before? They look a lot more complicated than they actually are, so I want to walk through the process together.

From: SallysBakingAddiction

11. Chocolate Marshmallow Sandwich Cookies

This recipe for Chocolate Marshmallow Sandwich Cookies is like a cup of hot chocolate baked into a cookie!  What better combination is there than chocolate and marshmallow?

From: ErrensKitchen

12. Strawberry Linzer Cookies

These soft, buttery, sugar-dusted, jam-packed Strawberry Linzer Cookies are perfect for weeknight desserts or on a holiday table!

From: TheSeaManMom

13. Mini Linzer Cookies

Linzer Cookie Recipe with Boozy Jam Fillings. A roll out and cut out sugar cookie dough recipe that’s easy to work with, plus it’s a small batch!

From: DessertForTwo

14. Raspberry Almond Linzer Cookies

Raspberry Almond Linzer Cookies – Perfectly tart raspberry jam sandwiched between two buttery almond shortbread cookies.

From: CertifiedPastryAficionado

15. Linzer Cookies

An easy recipe for crisp, buttery Linzer Cookies. With almonds in the dough and a sweet raspberry filling, you’ll love how delicious these cookies are!

From: CulinaryHill

16. Christmas Linzer Cookies

Melt-in-your-mouth linzer cookies with a hint of vanilla, the best ever jam-filled cookies. Get a big batch ready, and your Christmas party will be a smashing success.

From: MyGorgeousRecipes

17. Nutella Linzer Cookies

Linzer tart cookies are popular holiday cookies. They’re a cookie variation of a linzer torte, a traditional Austrian holiday dessert. These gluten free Nutella linzer tart cookies would make a great treat for any holiday gathering.

From: FearlessDining

18. Old-World Linzer Cookies

Old-World Linzer Cookies – a lovely little butter cookie with hints of cinnamon and lightly sweetened with jam. The perfect holiday treat!

From: SavingDessert

19. Linzer Tarts

This is from The Kosher Palette cookbook. This relatively simple recipe turns out a very pretty cookie.

From: GeniusKitchen

20. Linzer Cookies

You can never have too many kinds of Christmas cookies, especially when they’re as good as these ones.  All the way from Austria, welcome the Linzer Kekse!

From: DaringGourmet

21. Linzer Cookies with Raspberry Jam

Soft almond cookies and fresh raspberry jam are among the cookies.

From: BakingSchool

22. Linzer Sandwich Cookies

These tender Linzer cookies are a holiday tradition in Austria. The decorative cut-out on the top cookie allows the filling to peek through.

From: LandOLakes

23. Traditional Raspberry Linzer Cookies

Raspberries and almonds are a classic combination for a reason – they just work. The sweet raspberries accentuate the toasted almonds and subtle brown sugar flavor of these traditional Austrian Christmas cookies.

From: AmericanHeritageCooking

24. Ina Garten’s Linzer Cookies

This recipe will make 14 to 16 cookies in no time at all.

From: People

25. Lemon Linzer Cookies

These seem complicated but trust me they really are simple and they are absolutely delicious in the end so the effort is well worth it.

From: MyFrugalAdventures

26. The Best Ever Linzer Cookies

This Linzer Cookies recipe is a mini-version of the Austrian Linzertorte, one of the most famous confections in Austria.

From: CinnamonAndCoriander

27. Traditional Raspberry Linzer Cookies

Raspberries and almonds are a classic combination for a reason – they just work. The sweet raspberries accentuate the toasted almonds and subtle brown sugar flavor of these traditional Austrian Christmas cookies.

From: AmericanHeritageCooking

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