*Bunneh baking for fun; not for sale* Another Christmas cookie staple in my family is Nutter Butter snowmen. The base of this project is a package of Nabisco Nutter Butter cookies. I use Wilton candy melts for a lot of my projects, but this one is a bit quicker and […]
It’s a tradition in my family to make these cookies every Christmas. I’m not sure how to describe them – there’s no peppermint flavor. They’re just buttery, kind of shortbread-y, and almond-y. And really tasty. First you make the dough (a double batch, if you know what’s good for you). […]
This batch of holiday baking shouldn’t have been very labor-intensive: I was just making my tried-and-true chocolate chip recipe that I’ve been using for ages, but adding Nestlé Tollhouse red and green chocolate chips. All the festivity, none of the effort! Since it was all so simple, I decided to […]
This was my first attempt at making royal icing and using the flood method of frosting cookies. Obviously mine did not turn out as perfect and pretty as the ones in that blog. 🙂 I guess I will just have to keep practicing! First I made the gingerbread (due to […]
Not satisfied with just making chocolate chip cookies (from scratch, of course) using Nestlé Tollhouse’s orange chocolate chips, I decided to also make “gingerdead” men with my cookie cutter. Some of their heads fell off when people picked them up, which seemed appropriate!
Because who doesn’t love dinosaurs on the 4th of July? These are just basic sugar cookies – I believe I got the recipe from my Better Homes & Gardens cookbook.