It’s November and that means it’s officially time to start thinking about Christmas cookies. These Homemade Fudge Stripes will be the perfect addition to your Christmas baking. Who is excited that Halloween is finally over and we can start talking about Christmas? This girl. Don’t get me wrong, Halloween is fun but it’s never been
Snickerdoodles kicked up a notch, these Chai Spice Snickerdoodles are bound to be your new favorite. Cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, cloves and allspice combine with sugar to create these warm, delicious cookies. Christmas baking is completely and utterly on the brain. My list keeps getting bigger but my time to do it all keeps staying the same.
In our house, eggnog is known as Christmas Milk. Noah and Hannah’s Godmother refers to it as this with her grandboys and we picked up on it too. Noah loves Christmas Milk and chocolate so I knew these Eggnog M&M Cookies had to be made this Christmas. And what does a 3 year old love
So red velvet just screams Christmas to me and these cookies are the perfect for the holidays. They start with a cake mix so they are very simple to whip up. I seem to always reach for cake mix whenever it comes to red velvet. I think it’s because on one of Joel’s birthdays when
I know I’m starting the Christmas baking a little later this year but don’t worry, there will be lots of ideas for your Christmas cookie trays. Like these delicious Salted Caramel Thumbprints. Joel’s very favorite Christmas cookie is the traditional jam thumbprint cookie. I have never been a big fan of them but always make