Holle's bake shop has officially opened for Christmas. Today I'm making chocolate chip and walnut cookies, pecan snowballs, peanut butter cookies, thumbprint cookies, cheese straws, and old-fashioned gingerbread.
You are killing me here!!!!
I am cookie deprived...
Oooohhh... I'll take some of your chocolate chip and walnut cookies! Do you deliver? I just made peanut butter cookies myself. Yum!
Thank you, but no thank you. I have plenty of things to much on already.
I want some cookies!! Oh man, I really want peanut butter cookies....*drool
I will take the normal 50 dozen in my quality review, choc chip, peanut butter...send to the usual place
Sounds SO good! Are you making gingerbread men?? I still have that to do, but I'm waiting for more kids to come home to help decorate them.
Why you doing this to us Habee, haven't you tortured us enough with your recipe hubs, now you are torturing us here in forums too
I would like to see you deliver some to Jamaica and I will pay you two rams! Oh, and I want a batch of each!
No gingerbread men. My gingerbread is the cake-type, with a lemon glaze on top! Our local bakery has me spoiled with gingerbread men. They make the best ones I've ever eaten, so I don't waste my time trying to make them. lol
You are way ahead of me. I've gotten the fudge finished, but need to start on the cookies this week.
We need to form a paradigmsearch cookie fund!
Chocolate crinkles over here, more to come tomorrow. Pecan snowballs sound delightful!!
I'm going to make biscotti tonight or tomorrow. Then shortbread.
I'm really sorry that times are hard for you at this time of year
While I can appreciate the Scottish determination... in today's world you DON'T have to live through Winter gnawing on dried biscuits and underdeveloped bread
Do you not even have salted squirrel or moose hooves for Christmas Day?
I hope you don't mind me saying, but your story has brought tears to my glass eye and I believe with your courage, you must be an inspiration to at least one hungry Girl Guide... Just Incredible!
I will quickly post to you a corkscrew, fishing line and a hook!
You just consider that a good old Scottish Hog-morney pressie from me.. I am sorry that I can not post a Haglius - but I will wave one over your parcel, so that you will at least be able to smell it and feel hungry enough to find Sixpence to spend on your own offal pack!
Wow.. At least you will then be able to Ice Fish and won't get scurvy over the festive season!
I've been making shortbread cookies, German Chocolate Brownies, magic cookie bars, chocolate peanut butter pretzel bark, mint almond bark and Chocolate mint chip cookies.
I'll try some of your pecan snowballs!
Magic cookie bars? Those sound fun - what else is in them (besides magic, of course)?
My magic cookie bars include graham cracker crumbs, melted butter, chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, pecans, coconut, and sweetened condensed milk. Not sure about Cardelean's version.
Old fashioned gingerbread would be my choice. I did enjoy looking at all the alternatives in Habee's/Holle's bake shop window, so thank you. I am tempted to make some ginger bread now.
I've stayed up all night, baking! Just took some Cajun-spiced toasted pecans out of the oven, and I just put in some cranberry-orange bread. I also made some cheese spread with onions, pecans, red peppers, and chipotle. Yum!
My peanut butter cookies were good, but they weren't as chewy as I had hoped. My aunt made the BEST peanut butter cookies I've ever eaten, but she's gone now, and I never got her recipe. Anyone got a recipe for super chewy p.b. cookies?
Just send a little sample of each...I've got the glass of milk waiting..
Almost the exact same recipe. I use walnuts not pecans. Again, super easy and always a hit. 2 c. gr. cr., in the bottom of the pan with 1 stick of melted butter packed down to form a crust. One cup of everything else and pour the sweetened condensed milk over top. 350 for about 20 minutes.
Oooo, wouldn't have thought of Karo syrup. This is a fun twist on a cookie exchange!!!
I am going to gain 10 pounds just reading this forum post.
Just finished a double batch of snickerdoodles.
Well then I'll be in good company because I think I already have!
That Karo syrup idea is very interesting. I'll have to try it sometime!
I'll trade ya' gingerbread house pieces for cookies! Just did two batches, for a grand total of 10 sets of house pieces!
I'll have Pecan Snowballs please. Send them via FEDEX.
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