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    I like the peanut butter ritz with the almond bark/chocolate melted over it, but that's obviously not helpful. What about sugared pecans?

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    I made some fantastic pumpkin gingersnaps that were sweet and sparkly and spicy all in one, without that weird pumpkin cakeyness.

    I have seen some great ones on Pinterest that I may do for Christmas, here are a few that looked the coolest:
    Salted Chocolate-Caramel Rounds Recipe
    red velvet peppermint bites
    BHG's Newest Recipes:Cardamom Snaps Recipe
    Christmas in a Cookie | The Fauxmartha
    , The Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap 2012: Peppermint Mocha Blossoms (

    The pumpkin gingersnaps are on my blog!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spacers View Post
    Recipe, please!

    I also love meringues. I make them with chocolate chips -- we call these "Forgotten Christmas Cookies" because you leave them overnight in the oven -- or with crushed-up candy canes. I also make a version with a bit of Amaretto or almond extract & finely chopped almonds. And they're so easy, just beat some egg whites, add lots of sugar, and bake at a low temp for a long time until they're dry.
    Stacey, I'll post the recipe later tonight after work!

    And OMG I can't believe I forgot this one: Peanut Butter Hideaways - You make an easy pb cookie dough, shape into small balls and put in mini muffin pan. Bake for only about 10 min. Then when you take them out of oven you push a mini Reese's peanut butter cup into the middle of each cookie and then throw in fridge to cool and stop the cup from melting too much. I'll post that recipe too.

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    Y'all might laugh (or feeling puking), but I actually like plum pudding. My mom used to make it. It was very boozy, but oh well With a nice big dollop of thick unsweetened English cream....yummy.
    Lisa


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    This is my dessert platter/cookie platter:

    Choc. chip cookies
    Cherry bon bons
    York peppermint brownies
    sugar cookies (girls are doing cookie cutters)
    Homemade peppermint patties.

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    Thanks for the ideas!

    ~Bonita~

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