• December 13, 2011

    Christmas Cookie Recipes

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    This is a very quick hello from far away!! I’m busy eating incredible coconut curries and soaking up the humid South Indian sun, so I must keep this short.

    While I’m finding it hard to imagine snow and christmas lights right now, I still wanted to share my collection of festive goodies.

    What’s that I hear? I think there is a tender coconut with a straw in it calling my name. I must be off!

    Have an eggnog for me, okay?

    Christmas Cookie Recipes


    Chocolate Candy Cane Cookies
    Candy Cane Fudge
    Mint Chocolate Cookies
    Chocolate Snowball Cookies
    Whoopie Pies with Salted Caramel Buttercream
    Chewy Double Chocolate Cherry Cookies
    Chocolate Almond Meringues
    The World’s Best Sugar Cookies
    Cinnamon Crinkle Cookies

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    • HelenShideler

      This looks so amazing – I will be making this on the weekend.  Love your photography on this site as well.  Woudl like to see a newly  groomed photo of Oliver as well!

    • Kara

      This looks really good! I made your moist chocolate cake recently, and have some buttermilk left. Iwas going to make gingerbread waffles, but this sounds delicious!

      • I think either choice would be a noble use of your leftover buttermilk! 

    • I simply love your page and recipes! Is one of my favourites ever! 🙂
      And this blueberrycake looks amaaaazing! Will definitely try!
      ps: your dog is so cute with his crazy hair!! x

    • this looks really good!

    • Jacque polaco

      it would have been nice to see the end product (oliver)

      • Enica He

        Yes, I would.

    • Enica He

      I love blueberries!!!!!!!!

    • Can I use this recipe for muffins?

      • It’s not a quick-bread recipe which are typically the ones you’d adapt into muffins, but you could certainly try! Increase the oven temp by 25 degrees and bake 20-25 minutes.

      • It’s not a quick-bread recipe which are typically the ones you’d adapt into muffins, but you could certainly try! Increase the oven temp by 25 degrees and bake 20-25 minutes.

    • Tamar Kacharava

      I tried and it’s simply awesome! 
      I served it with cherry yogurt which made the cake even more delicious. thanks for the wonderful recipe 🙂 

    • Tamar Kacharava

      I tried and it’s simply awesome! 
      I served it with cherry yogurt which made the cake even more delicious. thanks for the wonderful recipe 🙂 

    • Joannasleigh

      I just made the cake using dried blueberries (they were the only ones availbile) and it great except a little too sweet. I’ll try frozen berries next time 🙂

    • Joannasleigh

      I just made the cake using dried blueberries (they were the only ones availbile) and it great except a little too sweet. I’ll try frozen berries next time 🙂

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