After I saw this recipe posted by Two Red Bowls, I knew this was something that I had to make for the holiday season.
They look like round coins, speckled with orange and cranberry.
Hope everyone is having a very merry Christmas filled with lots of joy and cheer.
Though another year has come and gone, it has been a journey filled with memories, baking, and blogging – thank you to all that have and continue to share this journey with me. This blog has grown into a place of great joy for me and it wouldn’t be possible without the support from all of you.
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Crunchy, chocolatey biscottis.
Drizzled with white chocolate.
Maybe throw in a gingerbread latte.
When it comes to holiday gifts, I always have such a hard time finding the ‘perfect’ gifts.
Which has brought me to the conclusion that you can never go wrong with homemade gifts!
Especially tasty gingerbread cookies!
The countdown to Christmas is officially on…
We decided to get in the holiday spirit by making our first homemade gingerbread house!
Dilemma: studying vs. blogging…. blogging won. I had a somewhat long study break the other day and ended up making these.
Holy geez… Have not touched this thing in like a month! sheesh. Been a little busy, but its a little better now that the midterm marathon is over. Looking ahead by like a month – it’s already mid-november and christmas break is just around the corner! Woot woot, that’s exciting.
Love christmas and everything else that goes along with it. Decorations, trees, snow, lights – gorgeous… And, can’t forget about all the delectable treats… gingerbread, sugar, shortbread cookies…. yumm. I decided that it was that time of year again to whip out the molasses. Or, mol-ass-es… as my coworker used to say.