Recipe here, if you're interested!
Merry Christmas Eve! For some reason, these are cookies we only ever made at Christmas, but I really don't see why they can't become year-round staples. The recipe is from my Babba, my mom's mom, and they are good eaten at any temperature -- warm, room temperature, and cold. In fact, we usually ate them... Continue Reading →
Although these cookies aren't from the usual stack of Christmas recipes, meringues are a favorite of mine, so I've been playing around with a few different kinds. Since none of the cookie recipes I've done in this series have contained chocolate, I figured I should make sure that chocolate was represented somewhere. Because, really, it's... Continue Reading →
Gingersnaps are one of the most popular cookies my mom makes during the holidays every year. She quadruples the recipe, to start, and often has to make more before Christmas. They are the perfect version of a gingersnap: crunchy around the edges but still soft in the center. Additionally, they are great cookies to make... Continue Reading →
For the second recipe in my holiday cookie series, I'm not sure what the cookies should actually be called. They can be made using either walnuts or pecans -- my mom uses pecans and I use walnuts, partly because they are much easier to find than pecans! The cookies can also be shaped into balls... Continue Reading →