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What is Your Favorite Holiday Cookie Recipe?

12/21/2023 8:42 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

One of the most prolific memories from childhood is the anticipation of the timer on the stove going off as the gentle smell of chocolate or cinnamon waft all around you.  Whether that memory was with your Grandma, Uncle, or Mom, there is nothing quite like the time you spent to make those cookies with your beloved family members.  Couple that with the joy of taking that first bite of a slightly warm cookie, where the chocolate gently seeps across your tongue for that first amazing bite.  

Let's build on those memories and create our own cookie wonderland.  Do you have a favorite holiday cookie recipe that you are willing to share?  We would love to see it.  Comment here with your recipe and we will showcase some of the fun recipes or ideas on social media.


  • 12/21/2023 9:20 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Mine is not so much a cookie, but a treat that is easy to make and typically goes over very well.

    Peanut Butter Balls

    1 1⁄2 cups sifted powdered sugar
    1⁄2 cup creamy peanut butter
    3 tablespoons butter or 3 tablespoons margarine, softened
    1 lb dipping chocolate or 1 lb confectioner's coating

    1. Stir together powdered sugar, peanut butter and butter until well mixed.
    2. Shape peanut butter mixture into 1 inch balls, placing them on a baking sheet covered with waxed paper.
    3. Let balls stand for 20 minutes until dry.
    4. Melt the dipping chocolate or confectioners' coating.
    5. Drop balls one at a time in melted chocolate.
    6. Using a fork, remove from the chocolate, letting excess chocolate drip off.
    7. Place back on the waxed paper. Let stand until dry.
    8. Store tightly covered in a cool dry place.
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  • 12/28/2023 9:11 AM | Anonymous member
    We did this a few years back - instead of sending promo-themed email blasts to our clients in December, we each (the three of us in the office) picked our favorite Christmas cookie and why it was important to us, and then sent the recipes. We got a lot of positive comments from our clients about how nice it was to get this, instead of a sales-forward email. And it was lots of fun for us too! :)
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