I’ve been sick most of this Christmas season so I have not made ANY Christmas cookies. Okay, I’ll take it back. We made peanut butter blossoms and then we ate them. I decided to update my peanut butter blossom recipes using gluten free flour. I noticed that the dough does not stand up as wellContinue reading “Gluten Free Peanut Butter Blossoms”
During the Christmas season, I enjoy finding new recipes to try. So when I saw the recipe for Old Fashioned Sugar Cookies, I knew I needed to try them.
I originally posted this recipe in 2010. I recently made them and made sure I took a much better picture of the cookies. So I’m going to repost the blog post. I think it’s fitting because the last time I posted this recipe, we had just formed a new church. Our church now has aContinue reading “Pretzel chocolate chip cookies”
I made these many years ago. This year I decided to make them once again. Things you need to remember – When you wrap the cookie dough in plastic wrap, don’t use press and seal plastic wrap. That made it difficult to make a roll. The coconut will make a mess. Just keep the broomContinue reading “Santa’s Whiskers – Christmas Making and Baking”
I’ve been making mock thin mints for years. This is one of the Imaginative One’s favorite Christmas treats. I didn’t have any pictures for the original post so I added one once I made a small batch of them today.
We love chocolate chip cookies around here. However, I’m not always in the mood to mix up a full batch of cookies. Make ahead chocolate chip cookie mix to the rescue. The dry ingredients are already mixed up so all you need to do is add the wet ingredients and mix. Hint: Use an electricContinue reading “Make Ahead Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix”
According to my stats counter, these are the top 10 recipes that were clicked on. Taco Crescent Bake was #1 – It was published in February of 2011. Sloppy Joe Pizza was #2 – It was also published in February of 2011. Watermelon Cookies was #3. These continue to be my kids and students favoriteContinue reading “Top Clicks of 2012”
I went to my stats’ summary page to find the recipes that get the most clicks. This is the top post of 2012. Baked Spaghetti Here’s the 2nd to 5th top posts of 2012: Charleston Cheese Dip Green beans, potatoes and ham Bacon Cheeseburger Soup Peanut Butter Blossoms Redone
I’ve previously mentioned how I like Joanna Fluke’s Hannah Swenson books. I’m rereading some of the books in the series. As I was reading Key Lime Murder, she included this recipe. I was instantly intrigued. I’ve made other oatmeal cookies that included chocolate chips and M&M’s. This year I wanted something simple. This cookie fit theContinue reading “Swedish Oatmeal Cookies”
Every year I bake and create Christmas goodies. My grandma used to do the same thing and then share with family and friends. I have her bench she used to pile the containers onto and the Kitchen aid mixer she used to whip up the batches of delicious cookies. Once I was an adult livingContinue reading “Christmas Baking”