Peppermint Snowball Cookies. Is there anything better than a sweet treat covered in powdered sugar? I just don’t think there is. These are melt-in-your mouth good, with the sweetest hint of mint and white chocolate. Oh wow!
I am so thrilled to be starting a new series for the month of December! On December 1st, I will be sharing 1 new recipe each day for a total of 12 days. Cookies, cookies, cookies galore! I have had so much fun creating, editing, and testing ALL of these recipes. If you follow me
I’m not sure if you have been reading my blog for long. If you have been around for a few posts, you have probably caught on to the fact that I love adding cream cheese to my reciepes as a “secret ingredient”. You will love these Perfect Snickerdoodle Cookies and your friends will ask
On my dad’s side of the family, we call them O’Henry Bars. On my mom’s side of the family, we call them Chocolate Scotcharoos. My husband just calls them Scotcharoos. They should be called a candy bar. Whatever it is that you call them, they are GOOD! Nothing like starting out with a LOT of
So, here’s my explanation. Most families with little kids love to make the cute roll out- cut out sugar cookies. I like them too. They are very cute, but also very time consuming. And since my youngest child is only 2, she still does not get the concept. I gave her a cookie cutter and
I saw these on Pinterest and they are so so yummy! The recipe comes from fahrenheit350.blogspot.com Campfire Cookies Cream together: 1 cup butter flavored Crisco 1 cup packed brown sugar Add in and beat thoroughly: 2 eggs 2 tsp vanilla Mix in: 2 cups flour 1/2 tsp salt 1 tsp baking soda Stir in: 1
This is my Aunt Audrey’s recipe and it is so so yummy. She would make these when we all came to visit in the summer. I am sure all of my cousins remember them. Monster Cookies 1 cup butter flavored Crisco 1 cup granulated sugar 1 cup + 2 Tbsp brown sugar 3 eggs 1