A few of my favorite spring cookie recipes to bake for spring holidays, weddings, showers, graduations, or just everyday munching, because our inner cookie monsters are hungry year round!
Spring has sprung, so let’s make cookies! Cookie baking is a year round pleasure, and while the winter holidays get most of the glory, some of our favorite cookie recipes celebrate the spring season.
These pretty pink cookies come by their vivid flavor honestly ~ I use a powder made from freeze dried berries to infuse them with the true essence of strawberries. This kind of fresh strawberry flavor is unheard of in a cookie!
These pretty pastel cookies will compete for top spot in your Easter basket with lots of spring colors and festive sprinkles. The cookies are soft bakery style shortbread and the frosting turns them into the best cookie you’ll ever put in your mouth.
Classic vanilla shortbread laminated with real pansies only look difficult to make, but you’ll master this easy technique in no time. If you love flowers, or love to garden, these cookies are a super fun project.
The Italians know their way around a romantic cookie, and these delicate rhubarb cream filled kisses are perfect for the spring holidays, weddings, and showers. The tangy rhubarb buttercream is sandwiched between two light as air almond cookies for a delightful combination.
Soft amaretti style cookies are gluten free and delicious. These soft chewy almond cookies are one of the easiest on the site, and perfect for Passover.
Even if the Girl Scouts never made it to your neighborhood, you can still enjoy the iconic cookie they made famous ~ the thin mint!
The beauty of these sugar cookies is that you can customize them to whatever you happen to be celebrating at the moment. A baby shower, a home team game, a graduation…all perfectly reasonable excuses to bake up a batch of sprinkle cookies in the appropriate colors.
Lemony shortbread can be cut into wedges, bars, or round cookies. This classic spring cookie needs no embellishment!