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Christmas Wreath Cookies – Sharing and Caring Over the Holidays

Christmas is a time when ancient family cookie favorites are the topic of the day. From generation to generation, from ingredient spattered recipe cards and dog-eared pages of cherished recipe books, ancient and young gather together to bake and share tales of Christmas’ gone by.

I finally got around to writing out this recipe to share with my family and friends. These colourful and fun cookies are always a huge favorite here at our house during the Christmas season. Your family will surely head straight for the cookie platter in hopes of finding these tasty cookies waiting for them. And the cookies do make a colorful addition to any sweet tray what with their bright green ‘holly leaves’ and red candy ‘holly berries’. The best thing for us busy bakers is that the cookies can be made 1-2 months ahead as they freeze well.

When I first started making these cookies over a dozen or more years ago, several mystery “Cookie Monsters” found the cookies I had placed in the freezer and they ate them frozen! Ever since those early years, I make a few extras for tasting and I mislabel the freezer container. These days there aren’t any cookies disappearing before the holidays! Delight in sharing them with family and friends, ancient and young alike.

Place your own spin on decorating these quick, tasty and fun to eat Christmas Wreath Cookies recipe. Pass the recipe on to your next generation. But most of all, delight in making and sharing these holiday treats for your family and friends. Even if distance and time passing separates us, as is the case of homeandbodyhowto.com/page/879550 The Three Josies when we can’t be together to bake, just knowing that we are making the same special treats for our families no matter where we are in life keeps family ties strong.

The Christmas Wreath Cookie recipe can easily be found on the homeandbodyhowto.com/page/879550 Home and Body How To website. With only about 45 minutes from start to end, these cookies are a huge hit for busy bakers during the weeks before the holiday season. The ingredient list is small and everything is easily bought at a local grocery or corner convenience store. There are also special notes on storing and freezing the cookies included with the recipe. Best of all no special equipment is needed to make these cookies.

Mix up a batch soon and delight in making special memories of sharing and caring over the holidays.

Janet Chesal is an avid cook and baker. Cooking is a way to ground myself after a hectic day. A time to reconnect with my soul, and if cooking with family and friends, it is a way to make fantastic memories and share laughter. Janet is an internet marketing specialist, and neurolinguistic program master practitioner. She is the co-owner of Bizfare Enterprise Inc. ( bizfare.ca bizfare.ca) an internet and business marketing and consulting service. Along with her husband, Carl, she co-owns a number of e-commerce web-sites, one of which is My Leather Expressions ( myleatherexpressions.com/ myleatherexpressions.com/) that sells custom made leather excellent for personal use and home décor.

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