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What's your favorite Christmas treat?
The holidays are full of delicious treats; what's your favorite?
It's the only time of year that my family makes cookies and buys pumpkin rolls, sooo...those.
Specifically, my sister, mom, and grandma all get together and make peanut butter cookies, chocolate chip cookies, oatmeal raisin cookies, and snickerdoodles. And then my sister makes pralines. Because pralines are awesome.
As for me, I can't cook and I can't bake. If given the simple task of boiling water, I somehow manage to burn it. So I don't cook. Or bake. And everyone lives fuller lives.
Oh the stories!!! It's okay--you can still give food gifts. Repackage in pretty wrappings and you can be ready with a quick gift! And if you're going to buy goodies to do this with, buy from these wonderful bakers you speak of here!
Perfectly respectable! LOL @ "And everyone lives fuller lives" ! HA! :-D
i love homemade cookies and cakes, I bake them myself because store bought are expensive, I like cashew nut cookies, sugee cookies and peanut cookies, I also love sponge cake
It really is easy to do some homemade baking now days, what with simple recipes so readily available.
YES! One of the reasons I love baking on my own is that it saves a lot of money!
My favorite Christmas treat is bread & rice pudding. I think my grandmother had a great recipe for making them but the sad part is that she no longer with us and I lost out on writing down the recipe and now every bread & rice pudding recipe I've tried, it just doesn't taste like my grandmothers.
Could other relatives have knowledge of what made hers special?
I've heard great things about bread and rice pudding but have never tried it!!
Nope, it really sad because not even my mother nor aunts knew her secret recipe.
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