Cookies (baking and eating) are one of the most favorite Holiday traditions amoung families. It is also quite a lot of work to bake and decorate them. And if you are like me, one who makes about 12 different types of cookies, its a multiple week long process. December is usually very busy for me baking up dozens of yummy treats to share with family and friends.
The baking has started! Yay!
I never get tired of baking up cookies and treats or decorating them. It’s always so much fun and relaxing for me. However, I won’t lie, its definitely a lot of work but that is a minor side effect of baking for me.
I am really looking forward to baking and giving cookies and treats as…
Sugar Cookies – Rolled
From Food Network Kitchens Butter and Jam Thumbprints Teatime or playtime, these old-time holiday cookies are always a favorite. Recipe Summary Difficulty: Easy Prep Time: 20 minutes Inactive Prep Time: […]
Recipe Summary Yield: About 4 dozen 2-inch cookies Prep time: 30 minutes Cook time: 20 minutes Inactive prep time: 3 hours Ingredients 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon baking […]
These chewy cookies, packed with fresh spices and ginger preserves, are simple to prepare.
A few months ago I tasted a ginger cookie that a friend made and it was just addicting. It had chunks of ginger in it and all I can remember about it is that I could not stop eating them.
In my quest for holiday cookie recipes I came across this one. Its not the recipe I tasted but its very good. I will have to call my friend and ask her for her recipe so I can share the addiction with you!
The following recipe adapted from Food Network Kitchens…