Are you baking for the holidays? What are you making? Do you make cookies for Santa? How about Christmas brownies or bars? Does your family have a traditional recipe for holiday fruitcake?
What home-baked goodies do you bake for the holidays in your home? Or do you buy Christmas cookies and treats from a bakery, gourmet food shop or grocery store?
Here are a few favorite recipes, if you're looking for inspiration.
Got a bake sale at school? Need to whip up a batch of brownies in a hurry? Perhaps company is coming, or you simply want to surprise your family with a home-baked treat. These blond brownies are ever-so-easy to make.
Cut it out! Holiday cookies are fun to make and bake, alone or in a crowd. Here are a few oh-so-easy recipes for these perennial favorites, that taste just like Grandma used to make! Start a tradition this holiday season!Have you ever attended a Christmas cookie swap? Here's how to host a holiday cookie exchange:
Christmas cookies and cookie swaps are highlights of the holiday season. What healthy creative cookie recipes might you prepare and share this year? Simple and sweet, these healthy holiday cookie recipes will appeal to holiday revelers.
Great for an autumn party, Thanksgiving feast, or anytime! This healthy bread is so deliciously moist that I usually bake it in a bundt pan. What a yummy brunch offering, or even a dessert!
Candy-making is a time-honored holiday tradition. These delicious toffees are easy to make. What a wonderful and festive gift for family members, friends, teachers and other special people!Easy Peanut Brittle - Microwaving Makes Magic!
Holiday truffles are a perennial favorite! Who doesn't love a tasty treat? Truffles are delightful for dessert, hostess gifts or teacher treats. Try this simple recipe. Even preschoolers can help.
Christmas means candy-making, cookie baking and more! Here's a sweet confection you can whip up in a hurry for family and friends. Toss some in a festive tin, and you will have a delicious homemade gift for someone special.
Home-baked cookies are a treasured tradition for winter holidays. Christmas cookies make super homemade gifts for families, friends and others. Butterfinger Drop Cookies are a great way to use up leftover Halloween candy, while baking holiday treats.
Fudge bars are a holiday favorite and a treasured Christmas confectionary. This simple fudge-making recipe is an excellent way to use up leftover Halloween candy. Snickers Fudge Bars make a delectable holiday party treat or a great gift.
Pies are a perennial highlight of Thanksgiving, Christmas and holiday parties. This delicious no-bake pie is an excellent way to use up leftover Halloween candy. Peanut Butter Cup Pie makes a wonderful holiday dessert for a party or festive family dinner.
What is a Christmas cookie exchange? A Christmas cookie exchange is an informal holiday party that includes the swapping of home-baked holiday cookies. What are the basic ingredients of a successful Christmas cookie exchange?
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Happy holiday baking!