This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Community·Posted on Nov 23, 201627 Vintage Christmas CookiesThey don't call em oldies but goodies for nothing! Check out these amazing Retro Cookies!by binkysculinarycarnivalCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Ischeler's Tortellettes Binky's Culinary Carnival / Via binkysculinarycarnival.com Almond shortbread cookies with Apricot filling and Chocolate Frosting. This Recipe is a family favorite that we started making in 1961. 2. Christmas Cut Outs Binky's Culinary Carnival / Via binkysculinarycarnival.com Mom started making these delicious cookies in the early 1950's.The cutters are from Aunt Chick's. They are available again today, using thesame injection molds that the originals were made from in the 1940's. 3. Neapolitan Cookies The Life Jolie / Via thelifejolie.com These were always a fixture on my family’s Christmas dessert table. They are another of my Grandma Rose’s confections and a favorite of most everyone that tries them. 4. Soft and Lemony Ricotta Cookies Just A Little Bit Of Bacon / Via justalittlebitofbacon.com Yum! I love baking these cookies for Christmas since they are so refreshing and easy to make. 5. Cakey Red Velvet Cream Cheese Crinkle Cookies My Food Story / Via myfoodstory.com These are the softest, cakiest cookies you will ever bite into. 6. Old Fashioned Molasses Cookies Mom Foodie / Via blommi.com As a child, I remember my mother making a lot of different old fashioned Christmas cookies and candies. 7. Irish Shortbread Christmas Tree Cookies Curry Trail / Via currytrail.in This is a traditional Irish recipe and it’s super simple to make. 8. Christmas Tree Wreath Cookies Dan Koslicki / Via servedfromscratch.com When I was a little girl and before my mom went back to work, she used to spend weeks baking dozens and dozens of different fun types of Christmas Cookies. 9. Snowflake Shortbread Cookies Happy Healthy Motivated / Via happyhealthymotivated.com I think you can never have too many Christmas cookie recipes 10. Polish Gingerbread Cookies Liv For Cake / Via livforcake.com A European spin on a holiday classic! These traditional Polish gingerbread cookies use a sticky sweet substitute instead of the conventional molasses. 11. Pizelle della Nonna She Loves Biscotti / Via shelovesbiscotti.com According to history, the first pizzella was made in the region of Abruzzo (geographically located in Central Italy) back in the 8th century. 12. Orange Cardamom Snowflake Cookies Blossom to Stem / Via blossomtostem.net There’s something about the combination of orange with warm baking spices that makes me think “Christmas” in a way almost nothing else does. 13. Loaded Christmas Cowboy Cookies Flavor Mosaic / Via flavormosaic.com Loaded Christmas Cowboy Cookies, which could also be called Kitchen Sink Christmas Cookies, are oatmeal cookies full of white chocolate chips, dark chocolate chips, red and green chocolate chips, dried cranberries, coconut, and pecans. 14. Krumkake Unicorns in the Kitchen / Via unicornsinthekitchen.com Krumkake is a delicate Norwegian cookie that is loved across generations. It’s decadent, delicious and worth every minute spent making it! 15. Nankhatai At the Corner of Happy and Harried / Via happyandharried.com Nankhatais are Indian bakery style biscuits (that’s cookies for those in the US) similar to a Scottish shortbread cookie. 16. Candy Cane Shortbread The Suburban Soapbox / Via thesuburbansoapbox.com Buttery and crisp, these festive cookies will leave a lasting impression. Little ones will love their fun shape and everyone will love their sugary, buttery flavor. A great project to get the kids to help with! 17. Linzer Cookies Spice in the City / Via spiceinthecity.co Linzer cookies supposedly originated in the Austrian city of Linz and have the same ingredients as its larger cousin, the beautiful Linzer Torte. Two delicate almond-flavored cookies with a jam filling and a gorgeous dusting of icing sugar. 18. Lebkuchen Happy Kitchen. Rocks / Via happykitchen.rocks Lebkuchen. Authentic recipe of the most popular German cookies: spicy, soft and incredibly flavorful. 19. Christmas Pudding Cookies Culinary Ginger / Via culinaryginger.com Christmas pudding cookies – Chocolate sugar cookies decorated to look like a traditional Christmas pudding which is a date pudding popular in the UK and my favorite holiday dessert growing up. 20. Walnut Snowball Cookies Living Sweet Moments / Via livingsweetmoments.com In Venezuela, these are also made, some with nuts and some with just sugar. There they are called “Polvorosas” (or powdery) because of the crumbly powdery texture they have when you take a bite. 21. Ginger Molasses Cookies Dishes Delish / Via dishesdelish.com These truly are the best ginger molasses cookies I’ve ever tasted. 22. Vanillekipferi Curious Cuisiniere / Via curiouscuisiniere.com These crescent-shaped cookies originate from Vienna, Austria, where they are a much-loved, traditional Christmas cookie 23. Rocky Road Bars An Italian in My Kitchen / Via anitalianinmykitchen.com ULTIMATE ROCKY ROAD NUT BARS ARE A DELICIOUS BAR COOKIE. LAYERS OF CHOCOLATE CHIPS, COCONUT, PECANS AND MARSHMALLOWS ARE THE PERFECT TOPPING FOR A CHOCOLATEY COOKIE BASE. A DEFINITE RECIPE MUST. 24. Italian Cookies The View From Great Island / Via theviewfromgreatisland.com According to Susan, her aunt brought these festive Italian anise cookies to Christmas every year and the tradition took hold. 25. Holiday Chocolate Crinkle Cookies Sweet and Savory Pursuits / Via sweetandsavourypursuits.com I don’t know about you, but for me a powdered sugar cookie is a must on my holiday cookie tray. Enjoy! 26. Easy Gingerbread Man Cookies My Gorgeous Recipes / Via mygorgeousrecipes.com Easy gingerbread man recipe, a fun way to get the Christmas ready. These biscuits taste so christmassy. 27. Ciccidati Zagleft / Via zagleft.com Cuccidati, also known as Sicilian Fig Cookies are traditionally served during the holidays.