Mom said that these cookies were made with butter and love. It seems that each bite brings up a picture of Christmas past. Bake up a batch of Peppernotter and start making those special memories with your family.
Gluten-free baking sometimes tastes...well, gluten-free. These brownies don't. They may be the best you've ever tasted. Why not whip up a batch and give away as presents or include in a "cookie exchange"?
Chocolate butter cookies -- an unexpected hint of salt combines with the chocolate for an explosive burst of flavor that melts in your mouth.
Whether your hosting the cookie exchange or just attending, we've got tips and recipes to make the affair a tasty success. These cookies are sure to be appreciated and devoured!
To me, Christmas tastes cool like snowflakes, soft like candlelight, spicy like gingerbread and tangy like oranges. How does Christmas taste to you?
Do you watch the stores for that first foil-wrapped chocolate orange? This cookie combines those same flavors -- rich chocolate and sweet, tangy orange in a melt-in-your mouth shortbread.
These little nuggets offer the comfort of sweet, mellow molasses combined with the spicy aroma of ginger, cinnamon and cloves. Could a holiday cookie be any better?
Does a holiday buffet seem empty without those round liquor-infused treats? These no-fuss, no-cook apricot-based rum balls make perfect gifts or last-minute bake-sale contributions.
Peanut butter lovers are in for a real treat with these soft, moist morsels. It's hard to decide if they're a cookie or a candy. One things certain -- they're entirely delicious.
There's something even more special when those holiday greetings are homemade, handmade with love. These tips will get you started and put smiles on faces -- both those making and those opening the cards.