30+ Easy and Delicious Eggless Christmas Cookies that are Santa-worthy! There is a recipe for everyone, from sugar cookies that hold their shape to classic gingerbread. Perfect for any holiday gathering and gifting!
As we enter the peak season for cookie baking, I want to share my top holiday cookies with our eggless community. After all, cookies are pretty much the best part of Christmas, right?
Whether you’re making them for a small family gathering, an office party, Santa, your kid’s class, or just a cozy night in by the fireplace watching Christmas movies, there’s always a reason to whip up a batch of cookies during the holidays.
Plus, eggless Christmas cookies are a perfect and simple yet thoughtful homemade food gift for your loved ones. There’s no better way to spread love than with homemade food.
There is an eggless Christmas cookie recipe for everyone! From the classic eggless sugar cookies to the bit spiced eggless gingerbread! Check them out, and you’ll find new favorites to add to your holiday cookie trays.
These eggless cookies will convince Santa to make a stop at your house, for sure! So, fire up your oven, dust off your holiday cookie cutters, and get ready to spread some holiday cheer.
These Eggless Gingerbread Cookies are soft, spicy, and chewy, but sturdy enough to be decorated. And oh-so-delicious. The perfect addition to your Christmas table!
These Easy Eggless Christmas Cookies are incredibly soft, chewy, and perfectly sweet! No special ingredients, and best of all, no chilling time.
These Eggless Red Velvet Cookies are soft, chewy, and amazingly delicious! They are easy and quick to make. No chilling time is needed. No weird ingredients.
These Eggless Sugar Cookies are tender, and buttery, keep their shape when baked, and yes, they taste amazing, too.
These Eggless Butter Pecan Cookies are toasty, nutty, soft in the center, and totally delicious! Super easy to make, and NO chilling is needed.
These Eggless Soft Molasses Cookies are slightly crisp around the edges with a super soft, melt-in-your-mouth center!
This Easy Eggless Soft Sugar Cookies recipe turns out perfect every time, and the cookies stay soft for days! They’re soft, thick, and buttery, and super easy to make.
These Easy Eggless Spritz Cookies are tender, light, buttery, and totally delicious. Easy and quick to make; no cookie dough chilling required. These egg-free cookies will make an outstanding dessert contribution to any holiday party.
These Eggless Icebox Christmas Pinwheel Cookies are our family’s new favorite Christmas cookie recipe! They’re crisp and buttery and so fun to make. Great for gifting or leaving out for Santa.
These Eggless Thumbprint Cookies are a wonderful treat for this holiday season! They are gorgeous, delicious, and guaranteed showstoppers at any holiday party. Sharing is highly recommended.
These Eggless Snickerdoodle Cookies are chewy, rich, buttery, perfectly soft in the middle with a bit of crunch around the edges, and full of cinnamon-sugar goodness. These are perfect for sharing with friends and family.
These are THE BEST Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies Ever!! With a slightly crispy outside and wonderfully soft and chewy inside, these cookies are heaven for any cookie lover.
These Eggless Chocolate Crinkle Cookies are moist and fudgy on the inside and slightly crisp on the outside. Nothing shouts out Happy Holidays like a great plate of chocolatey cookies. Easy to make, even easier to eat!
14 – Eggless Coconut Macaroons
These Eggless Coconut Macaroons are beautifully toasted on the outside and sweet and chewy in the center. Made with four ingredients and ready in just 30 minutes. Simple and delicious!
These Eggless White Chip Chocolate Cookies are soft and rich with brownie-like centers! The perfect treat for all chocolate lovers out there. Freezer-friendly.
Are you looking for an insanely good oatmeal cookie recipe without eggs? You found it! These Eggless Oatmeal Cookies are soft and chewy in the middle and slightly crispy on the outside. Easy to make with simple ingredients.
These Easy Eggless Vanilla Cookies are delicious!! With just four ingredients, you will create the yummiest melt-in-the-mouth cookies with a lovely hint of vanilla. Just one won’t be enough.
These Easy Eggless Cake Mix Christmas Cookies are seriously the easiest cookies to whip up! Lots of variations and mix-ins ideas are included.
19 – Eggless Madeleines
These Eggless Madeleines are buttery and tender with crisp edges! This easy egg-free recipe will have you whipping up Madeleines like a pro in no time!
21 – Eggless Red Velvet Whoopie Pies
These Eggless Red Velvet Whoopie Pies are soft, light, and cakey. Each bite of these delightful cake-like eggless cookies truly melts away in your mouth!
These Eggless Monster Cookies are soft, chewy, thick, and so easy to make! These may, in fact, be your new go-to cookies for every occasion. Go ahead and fire up the oven; you’ll need to make these ASAP.
These Eggless Carrot Cake Cookies are tender and perfectly spiced! I promise they are melt-in-your-mouth addicting. The flavor you crave from a traditional carrot cake is made into an easy-to-make soft cookie.
These Easy Eggless Brown Sugar Cookies are soft and chewy! Super easy to make with just 5 simple ingredients. No chilling time is required!
These Eggless Black and White Cookies are soft and cakey! Super easy to make at home with simple ingredients.
These Eggless Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies are a classic cookie that is perfect for any occasion! They’re rich, decadent, and full of peanut butter flavor. Egg & Peanut Free.
These Eggless Funfetti Cookies are crispy and chewy. Doughy yet fully baked. Perfectly buttery and sweet. No funny ingredients, no chilling time.
These Eggless White Chocolate Cookies are ultra-chewy, perfectly sweet, buttery rich, and incredibly delicious! They’re sure to satisfy that cookie craving.
These Eggless Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies are moist, chewy, and bursting with delightful pumpkin flavor and chocolate. They will become your new favorite pumpkin cookie!
These Eggless Dark Chocolate Cookies are thin and crispy, and SO delicious! They’re super easy to make, and the dough freezes beautifully. This a must-have recipe for chocolate lovers in your life!
This Easy Palmiers recipe, made with just 2 ingredients, is one of my family’s all-time favorite treats! Perfect for sharing with family and friends during “Cafecito“ time.
Read and follow the recipe. Don’t sabotage your time, effort, and money! This might sound obvious, right? But following the recipe is the most important cookie-baking tip you’ll ever hear/read. I’m guilty of this, too! Sometimes I’m in a rush, and I don’t take the time to read the recipe carefully or substitute ingredients in recipes based on what I have. I do not recommend doing this unless the recipe suggests alternatives.
Measure the ingredients properly! A kitchen scale is always the best option, in my opinion, but if you don’t have a kitchen scale, be sure to use a measuring cup made for dry ingredients (NOT a liquid measuring cup) and a liquid measuring cup for liquid ingredients.
Pre-measure all my ingredients before you get started. This way, you’ll have them ready to go, and don’t forget anything. To measure, I highly recommend using a scale. If you haven’t used a scale before, don’t be intimidated. It’s actually easier than using cups and more precise, which is key for eggless baking. You can get a good kitchen scale online or in any local kitchen equipment store.
Preheat the oven for at least 15 minutes before getting started to give it plenty of time to reach the ideal recipe temperature.
Don’t overmix your cookie dough, or you will end up with a dense cookie.
For evenly sized cookies (better for baking), use a small spring-loaded ice cream scoop to spoon out the dough.
I recommend baking one batch at a time for the best results. If you need to bake more than one batch at the same time, rotate the baking sheets from the top rack to the bottom rack a couple of times through the baking process to encourage even browning.
Bake the cookies until they are JUST golden around the outside. The cookies might still look a little raw in the center, but once they cool, they will be perfect. Let the cookies cool on the baking sheets for just a few minutes, around 2. If you leave the cookies on the baking sheets for too long, they will continue cooking, and they will be hard.