Okay so I know that the title says Friday and it's Saturday... let's just say I got distracted with other tasks yesterday and forgot to include this post on my to-do list. Oops! As promised in my other post this week, today's Pinterest post is dedicated to the treats I made when I did my Christmas baking. Enjoy!
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Soft Almond Sugar Cookies - probably one of my favorites!
Salted Caramel Pretzel Bark. This didn't work out the best for us but it is really good!
Avalanche Bars - so good!
Red Velvet Cheesecake Cookies. Ours didn't turn out as pretty as these because they were probably the hardest cookie we made. They are rich and wonderful but one is plenty!
Christmas White Trash. I love the name and it's really good!
Mint Chocolate Chip Bark. I love mint and this is so easy to make!
Peanut Butter Cheerio Treats. Easy and delicious (I may have even eaten some of these for breakfast a time or two haha)
Peanut Butter Cup Cookies. So I planned these forgetting that I did not have a pan to make the cups in so we had to make them regular cookies and pushed the PB cups into the cookie while warm. Still taste yummy! :)
This fudge is super easy!!! In the recipe, I left out the cream because I didn't have any on hand but it turned out perfectly! Love fudge! :)
Toffee Chocolate Crispy Cookies. I found these on one of my favorite blogs (Hi Courtney!) These were the cookies I made the day after because we ran out of time. I made them more bite size but these would be another of my favorites! :)
Peppermint Snickerdoodles. Okay, so for these cookies I did something a little different. I didn't want to use prepackaged sugar cookies, so I used my mom's snickerdoodle recipe. Then when it came to the peppermint part I used Andes Peppermint Crunch candy instead of crushing candy canes and I put it in the batter instead of just rolling the batter in it with the cinnamon and sugar. Hope that made sense ;)
If any of you are wondering about particular recipes or ones that weren't from Pinterest, just let me know!
Do you bake for holidays? What are your favorite recipes?