Christmas Cookies



When you bake cookies after a glass (or two) of wine, there can be only two results:

Either they turn out abysmally;

Or they are the best eva!

Fortunately, these were the second option.




34 thoughts on “Christmas Cookies

  1. ladysighs

    I’ve baked Christmas cookies in the past and never had any left overs. I think using Christmas shaped cookie cutters is the secret. Fools others into thinking the bit of dough is something special. 🙂

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  2. ady

    ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ I loved them especially the shapes are so cute !! When I was a kid my mom used to bake cookies for me ,they were divine…These reminds me of them 😀

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      1. ady

        I would love to see the Christmas tree 🙂 Many are posting mouthwatering dishes these days,all I can do is ogle at them !! We don’t celebrate Christmas traditionally but would I might go for making a sweet for fun and take a indirect part in the celebrations 🙂

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      2. scifihammy Post author

        Ah – my Christmas tree is tiny! Christmas pudding might be nice for you to eat in your winter – like a rich fruit cake, eaten traditionally with a “roux” – sweet white sauce 🙂

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      3. ady

        I never saw a real tree ,so it would be nice 😀 And I am dying to see the pudding and roux,you will make it on Dec 25th or is it that Dec 24th night is kept for celebration ?

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      4. scifihammy Post author

        I buy the pudding these days and we’ll probably have some other day – as really too hot to eat too much! Also, not a real tree! Sorry! Look to your European Bloggers for a true Christmas experience 🙂

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      5. ady

        It’s difficult to eat high calorie stuff in hot climate .. I am waiting to see everyone’s Christmas. I don’t know much about it and loving everything I have seen yet 😀

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