Co-worker Cookie Clash

As mentioned, Food Network staffers just baked off in honor of the 12 Days of Cookies. To settle some bets, we'd love to hear which you think turned out the best. Plus, see if you can guess all the FN Gingerbread Stars in the last of the two fan photos at the bottom. Full answers ( and the staff winner of our internal taste test) will be posted this Friday in the comments below...

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The Neelys’ Spiced Gingerbread Piggies — 12 Days of Cookies

Let your kids help you roll out the cayenne-infused dough and leave a few of the reindeer cutouts on Santa’s plate.

Alex’s Dark Chocolate Whoopie Pies With Toasted Almond Cream — 12 Days of Cookies

Alex makes dark chocolate whoopie pies that are laced with lemon zest and spreads between them a rich cream, made with egg yolks and almond-infused milk.

Bobby’s Throwdown Chocolate Chip Cookies — 12 Days of Cookies

Bobby’s classic chocolate chippers are crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside and bursting with both milk and semisweet chocolate chunks.

Guy’s Blondie With Dark Roots — 12 Days of Cookies

Soft, chewy and packed with chopped hazelnuts, shredded coconut and dark chocolate chips, Guy’s blondies offer a unique take on traditional holiday cookies.

Jeff Mauro’s Cherry White Chocolate Almond Sandwich Cookies — 12 Days of Cookies

Jeff bakes sour cherry-white chocolate chuck dough balls and spreads a layer of decadent almond butter filling between them.

Giada’s Holiday Biscotti — 12 Days of Cookies

These light and crunchy Italian biscotti get their famed crispiness from a double baking process. Get Giada's recipe.

Sandra’s Macadamia-Coconut Cookie — 12 Days of Cookies

Sandra Lee puts a Semi-Homemade twist on her cookies by using store-bought dough and adding to it sweetened coconut flakes and chopped macadamia nuts.

Food Network Kitchens’ Apple Cider Snickerdoodles — 12 Days of Cookies

Celebrate seasonal apple cider with these thin and crumbly snickerdoodles.

Anne’s Meringue Cookies — 12 Days of Cookies

Lighter than air but full of flavor, Anne’s cinnamon-laced cookies are made with just five ingredients, including crunchy chopped almonds.

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