Holiday Cookies and Treats

Stained Glass Cookies Gingerbread Man Cookies How to Make a Gingerbread House
Almond Crescent Cookies Brandied Cranberry, White Chocolate Chip Cookies Sugar Cookies
Peppermint Bark Chocolate Cookies Dad's Favorite Fudge Eggnog
Hot Mulled Cider Peppermint Bark Gingersnap Cookies
Peppermint Ice Cream Patricia's Holiday Fruitcake Eggnog Pound Cake

“How did it get so late so soon?
It’s night before
it’s afternoon.
December is here before it’s June.
My goodness how the
time has flewn.
How did it get so late so soon?”

Words of wisdom from Theodore Geisel (our beloved Dr. Seuss). If you are in as mad of a dash as we are trying to get ready for Christmas, and are still looking for inspiration for some festive things to cook, take a look at our Christmas and holiday recipes. Oh, and the cookie recipes too.

Happy Holidays!

7 Comments

  1. amy mom of 5

    Oh, how forward I look to the upcoming week. The kids have no school and we are planning on making and baking so many wonderful yummy treats! Merry Christmas and thanks for all of the wonderful posts.

  2. Paz

    Awesome holiday recipes! One of my favorites is the stained glass cookies. Another is the butter pecan cookies, which is not featured in the collage above.

    Happy holidays to you and your family!

    paz

  3. Miss Jenni

    Just wanted to say thank you so much for your website. I am currently living in Slovakia and have fun trying to make your recipes. I have to substitute a lot, but I have gotten good at it and everything still turns out good. Last weekend I invited on of my 4th grade students over to help me make Christmas goodies and we made 3 kinds of cookies and 2 kinds of candy, all but one of which came from your site. We made the Stained Glass Cookies, Gingerbread, Sugar Cookies and Dad’s Favorite Fudge. All of it was a huge success and got rave reviews from my Slovak friends who have never had American cookies before (theirs are more bread-like). Thanks for helping make my Christmas feel a little more like home this year.

    Hello Miss Jenni, I’m so glad you enjoyed the cookies! Please give my best regards to your students. ~Elise

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