Holiday Tic-Tac-Toe Cookies

Cookie Christmas Tic Tac Toe Board by Melissa Joy Cookies

Well, you knew it was coming…

Christmas Tic Tac Toe Cookies by Melissa Joy Cookies

I’ve had a wee addiction with cookie Tic-Tac-Toe since I crafted a Halloween version this past October. There are just so many possibilities by varying the themes! I made this Fall one too and now my youngest sort of expects one to come out of the oven with each season. It is my aim to please.

Christmas Cookie Tic-Tac-Toe by Melissa Joy Cookies

The Tic-Tac-Toe board is HUGE and measures 6 inches square. It’s should to be big enough for the size of the playing pieces, so double check with those you plan to use. I cut out the board using a ruler (OCD) and my scalloped pastry cutter. EASY!

As much as the minis are tedious to frost, they sure are cute once finished, especially with a little face. They are also quite addicting to eat, so it’s a good thing you have to pace yourself when playing. No cookie pieces means no more Tic-Tac-Toe game.

Christmas Tic Tac Toe Cookies by Melissa JoyAt least make sure you get a few good rounds in before you devour them all. I guess the reward, whether win or loss, will be just as sweet!

14 thoughts on “Holiday Tic-Tac-Toe Cookies

  1. I just love them…thought I was done baking but now you’ve inspired me to make these for my grandsons. The ones with the faces are adorable!!! And congrats on being part of the Cookie Architect’s project!! Awesome!! –Katy

  2. Those are so cute! I’d imagine that they are a bit tedious to make but the eating part…not so tedious! 😉 Wonderful work as always!

  3. Pingback: Summer Tic-Tac-Toe Cookies | Melissa Joy Cookies

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