Name the Christmas Cookie

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DescriptionCookie
The cookie variation of a buttery dessert cake made famous originally in St. Louis
A drop-cookie that originated in the United States containing sweet morsels
Nutty cookies that are rolled in powdered sugar; well known for their presence at celebrations in a Central American country
Sugar cookies topped with small candies
Rugalach is a Eastern European cookie that is made with a cream cheese flavored dough that is cut into triangles and rolled around a filling to form a crescent
A crisp and chewy cookie that can be filled with chocolate chips (white or dark chocolate), dried fruits, and/or chopped nuts.
Traditionally a Christmas cookie that blends butter, sugar, and flour to make a rich and delicate tasting cookie.
A candy-like square made with marshmallows, cereal, and margarine
Peanut butter cookie with chocolate candy on top.
A type of 'cookie' made with marshmallow creme and cocoa.
A large, twice-baked cookie often eaten with coffee
DescriptionCookie
A soft and spongy cookie that is spiced and sometimes topped with cream cheese frosting
This highly addictive, sugar coated cookie gets its chewy texture and spicy flavor from adding dark brown sugar, [NAME OF COOKIE], and spices (cinnamon, ginger and cloves) to the b
An airy, sweet and and crisp cookie that seems to almost melt in your mouth.
Thin Italian waffle-like cookies
Peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate; named after the tree nut it resembles
You can tailor the shape of the cookie to the occasion but you can also dress them simply with granulated or colored sugars or make them very decorative by frosting them.
Buttery cookies filled with jam
Chewy, monster-sized oatmeal cookies stuffed with nuts and chocolate chips, enhanced with a hint of cinnamon
A spiced cookie more traditionally known for its role in creating houses and men.
Cookie rolled in a cinnamon-sugar mixture whose name is possibly derived from the German word Schneckennudeln, meaning 'snail noodles'
A sweet cookie made with coconut and often dipped in chocolate

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