Tracy included this cookie recipe in the 1998 edition of the family recipe collection. I must be honest. This cookie wasn’t one of my favorites. Maybe it’s because they seemed too dry to me. Not sure if that’s accurate anymore as it’s been so long since I had one. It also occurs to me that you could take care of the dryness by drizzling some rum or bourbon on them. Would that add to the Christmas cheer?Continue reading
I remember these cookies from my childhood. This was part of the annual Christmas cookie bake-a-thon. I know this recipe isn’t original as I copied it from the back of the Kisses package I used for making these.
Anyway, it’s a great cookie and not hard to make. Enjoy!Continue reading
Like the Christmas Nut Thins, French Butter Horns were made every holiday season while growing up in Wisconsin. These cookies are pastry-based, light, and very delicious. This recipe was part of the 1998 inaugural edition of the family recipe collection.
While they’re good, these also require a bit more labor to make them. It’s worth though.Continue reading
Gotta love cookies and especially during the holidays. Growing up, our Mom would make all sorts of deliciousness for the holidays. My sisters and I would be expected to help in various ways. It might be mixing, frosting, or, in my case, conducting quality control on the cookies. Yum! Yep, everyone was expected to help.Continue reading