2020 Sweeten Up the Holiday Recipe Cookbook
Saltine Toffee Crunch
Holiday Cut-Out Cookies
Christmas Wedding Cakes (snowballs)
Orange Chocolate Chippers
Melted Snowman Cookies (added by Sophie Brzezinski)
Chinese Noodle Cookies (or Birdnests)
Sand TartsMy mother, as did her mother, made these every year for Christmas. To remember her, I make them every year and this year and mailed them to family. The recipe is from Mennonite Community Cookbook which states that the oldest recipe books call these cookies Saint Hearts. Submitted by: "Kristen Benjamin"
Peppernuts (Pfeffernüsse)My Aunt Naomi married a Russian Mennonite and this cookie was their Christmas tradition. I make these every year as well to remember her. She adds an opinion to the end of her hand-written recipe, "LABOR INTENSIVE! Right, but you decide if it's worth it all." It is. Submitted by: "Kristen Benjamin"
Saltine Toffee CrunchThis recipe was shared with me at a cookie exchange sometime in the mid 90s, and has defined our family's holiday traditions for 25 years. They are super easy to make, and quick, apart from the cooling time before slicing. These are our go-to holiday gifts to teachers, postal delivery drivers, neighbors and co-workers, packaged in little gift bags. Everyone loves them and we get requests for repeats every year. Enjoy! Submitted by: "Sarah Westcott"
Holiday Cut-Out CookiesThese are the best simple cut-out sugar cookie for any time of year, but we love them during the holidays. We make a double or triple batch and let the whole family decorate them! (Credit to Nigella Lawson for the original recipe.) Submitted by: "Sarah and Caroline Irwin"
Christmas Wedding Cakes (snowballs)This is an old family recipe and one of my favorite holiday cookies. Simple but elegant and YUMMY!
Orange Chocolate ChippersA perfect holiday version of the classic chocolate chip cookie! Submitted by: "Kara Witherill"
Chinese Noodle Cookies (or Birdnests)This is THE EASIEST recipe and is a very unique and delicious addition to holiday cookies. Everyone loves them!!
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Favorite holiday cookies and desserts. The annual party will be virtual so guests can submit their favorite recipes into the cookbook to have as a keepsake.