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Holiday cookies…


Having some girls together tomorrow night for some Christmas Cheer…in years past, we used to do a cookie exchange, but now that our group has gotten so large, I decided to change it to a vintage wine exchange/cookie binge…lol…should be a great time, catching up with friends….it’s so hard to see everyone during the year, so I am really looking forward a good old-fashioned chin wag.

It’s really easy to organize. Everyone brings a vintage bottle of wine, between $15-$18. and a dozen cookies. We eat, chat, laugh, drink, and then everyone leaves with a new vintage bottle of wine that is new to them, and some tasty cookies to start off the Christmas season. Always nice to try something new!

Looking forward to continuing this tradition!

Cookie Recipe

2 cups of butter

1 cup of sugar

4 cups of flour

1 cup of white chocolate chips

1.5 cups of dried cranberries

Method

Cream butter and sugar, add flour, stir in cranberries, and white chocolate chips. Spoon (roll) together cookies, and place on cookie sheet about 2 inches apart. Bake for 13-15 minutes until they are golden brown.

Cool…or eat warm!! Absolutely delicious! Hope you enjoy them as much as I did!

These cookies…are ABSOLUTELY DIVINE!!

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Comments on: "Holiday cookies…" (6)

  1. Michelle Thompson said:

    Thanks for sharing, I will definitely be baking these for Christmas!!

  2. Charmaine La Bastide said:

    thanks for sharing sounds yum…. will try it… how much flour tho? I dont make much cookies so I cant even average, Thanks Lizzy

  3. LOL. Guess that would help. 4 cups, or 3.5
    Makes 48 cookies…

  4. Hi there! I found you via Maranda’s Facebook page, saw cookies and knew I’d like your blog đŸ˜‰

    I just got through making the last batch about 10 minutes ago, and there’s already a bunch missing. So yummy and so easy. Love them! They’ll make a wonderful Christmas treat to give to family (if there are any left by the end of the week that is!)

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