With the amount of freshly baked cookies lying around my house, I'm surprised that I don't keep them in something nicer than Tupperware containers. These cookie jars would be the perfect solution, though I can't tell which I love more—the stylish dachshund in a sweater or the "Shaggy Yak Cookie Jar." Available at Anthropologie.
Grown Up Sprinkles
I'm a big fan of kid-friendly, colorful, fun cookies, but sometimes I like to make an elegant cookie plate for a dinner party. This trio of sprinkles, which includes 1/2 cup each of silver shimmer sugar, snowflake sprinkles, and white pearls, is the perfect gift for the grown-up baker in your life. King Arthur Flour, $12.95.
12 Days of Christmas Cookie Stamps
Maybe you know someone who's big on baking but doesn't have the time to hand decorate their cookies. This stamped cookie sheet will be the perfect gift: it imprints every cookie with an illustration for the 12 days of Christmas, no sprinkles required. Available at Amazon;$19.99
Cookie Loves Milk Tee
This happy tee is for the cookie eating traditionalist, or the friend with an interesting t-shirt collection.
Scharffen Berger Dark Chocolate Baking Chunks
The winner of our chocolate chip taste test a few years back was Scharffen Berger, at least in what we termed the "fancy pants" category. I still use this brand when I'm making chocolate chip cookies for guests (and heck, often for myself.) Plus, what's Christmas if not the time to give awesome gifts that people might not buy themselves? Available online and at many supermarkets.
Macaron Trinket Box
What's cuter than a macaron? A Limoge-style trinket box that looks like a macaron. From Etsy