I love learning about international cultural holidays, and I especially love learning about the foods associated with the holidays. For the past few years I’ve been celebrating Chinese New Year, preparing a dinner of intriguing traditional recipes new to me, including care package ready cookies for dessert! I’ve enjoyed Peanut Cookies and Pineapple Cookies. This…
Food holidays, though ridiculous, can be fun. Why not have something delicious to celebrate every day of the year? January 19th is National Popcorn Day. Devouring Caramel Popcorn with Peanuts made with fluffy popcorn and roasted peanuts coated with crunchy caramel, is an excellent way to celebrate.
After all of the glittery, sugary confections consumed during the holidays, January cookie cravings lean toward something a little more rustic and a little less sweet. One answer to that craving is Crunchy Lemon Poppy Seed Cookies with the familiar flavor of lemon poppy seed muffins, baked into a crisp cookie! With no icing and…
Chocolate turns a holiday into a celebration. Chocolate coins wrapped in gold foil, traditional at Chanukah celebrations, are a popular treat at parties of all kinds. For a custom touch to the design and ingredients, Homemade Chocolate Coins (Chanukah Gelt) are simple to make.
Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker, the iconic Christmas ballet, captures the hearts of children and adults with its tale of innocence, love, and Christmas magic. Whether baking for fans of wooden soldiers or those who dream of dancing, Nutcracker Sugar Cookies are sure to delight.
A bouquet of Sugar Cookie Roses makes any day special! These eye catching cookies are easy and fun to make and share!
Peppermint Crunch Cookies are crisp sugar cookies full of peppermint-y holiday flavor, topped with two kinds of chocolate and peppermint candy bits. Quick, easy, and beautiful, Peppermint Crunch Cookies are ideal for sharing.