christmas cookie recipes and the TFT party

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  1. Oh it is the time for Christmas cookies! I have only made one batch so far…mostly because I don’t want to eat all the cookies! Thanks for the party. I linked up at 158, 159, and 160. Wishing you a very happy holiday season, Katherine!


  2. Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 12-2 to 12-6 on my blog. On Tuesday morning were Peppermint and Chocolate Mousse Bars. Wednesday was my Grasshopper Thin Mint Cheesecake. And wrapping up the second week of Christmas baking is a decadent Cherpumple Cake. Enjoy!

  3. Oops – I don’t know why it’s so hard for me to remember to include my link up numbers – I guess I’m just too excited about the cookies! 🙂 I’m numbers 115, 116, & 117 this week!

  4. Oh my goodness, Katie, those cookies beg for milk, tea, coffee…..Mrs. Kringle’s Santa’s whiskers immediately caught my eye, and I know Mr. P. would love those gingersnaps with peppermint. Thank you for this sweet theme today, and I hope you and your grands enjoy your own baking delights. I am sharing Christmastime in the City with my loft tour (#89) – our first in our new downsized space. Merry Christmas to you and to your family!

  5. Thank you for featuring our three ingredient Pumpkin Chocolate Chip cookies. That was a nice surprise. Thank you too for hosting the party. Have a great week. Our links this week are: #75, #76, & #77.

  6. Hi Katherine! Hope you have a lovely time baking with your grandchildren – I can’t tell you how wonderful that sounds to me, a passionate baker! I can’t wait and until then, I’ll have to settle for baking with the furry grandchild that was visiting and helping me in the kitchen this week (peeks of her at #68). I’m sharing holiday themed stories today at #65, #67, and #68 covering a pistachio cookie I developed that is a crinkle style and gluten free, decor inspiration from a farmhouse style shop, and smart dog gift ideas paired with darling quotes. Hope you enjoy and hope you stay gentle with yourself this week. Peace to you right where you are.

  7. Christmas cookies are always a great tradition 🙂 Tasty and a great way to spend some family time. We made peppermint cookies the other day and one of the kids helped me shape them with our hands instead of rolling them out. It was fun and they were delicious! These cookies you shared look delicious too.

    I am at 32 and 34 this week. Hope you have a wonderful week!

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