Friday, November 6, 2015

Traditions, Quilts, And Cookie Recipes...A Perfect Combination

"Traditions. Without our traditions, our lives would be as shaky as...as a fiddler on the roof!"
"Who must raise the family and run the home...?"
"The mama, the mama...tradition!"
~ Fiddler on The Roof ~

Now I'll be singing this in my head all day, but I love that song!

For me, traditions mean family, Christmas quilts, making cookies, fudge, and treats.

Are they done, yet?


I love to bake and I love to eat, but with that The-Diet-Starts-On-Monday thing going on with me
 I can't have sweets sitting around the house. The best alternative is to eat one and give the rest away.
Which is why I love Christmas treats. It's the perfect time to bake and give away!

Please share your recipes so I have something new to bake for friends, family, and me, of course!


Bake up a batch of your favorite cookies, create a blog post, and add your recipe.
You could also include an old or new Christmas quilt and/or some of your Christmas traditions.

Want to come party with me from December 1st through December 4th?
Send me an email letting me know you're in!


Be sure to include:
Your name
Your blog name
Your email address
Your URL to your blog

If you decide to play along...
I'm no button guru, so I have no code for the picture above to add to your blog.
Just right click on it and save it to your computer.

Ritzy Christmas Mint Cookies


I've had virtual cookie exchanges before and loved all the new recipes I added to my baking list.
Here's a few links to yummy recipes from the last virtual cookie exchange:

Deonn shared her Thumbprint/Rosenmunnar Cookie recipe HERE.

Madame Samm shared her White Chocolate/Cranberry Shortbread recipe HERE.

Leesha shared her Spritz Cookie recipe HERE.

Brenda shared her Scandinavian Almond Cookie recipe HERE.

Carla shared her Snowball Cookie recipe HERE.

Marcy shared her Stack and Whack cookies HERE.

Linda shared her Chocolate Dipped Pumpkin Cookies recipe HERE.

Mary Ellen shared her Peppermint Stick Cookie recipe HERE.

I shared my Ritzy Christmas Mint Cookies HERE.

I'd love to have your favorite cookie recipe!

7 comments:

  1. Mmmmm. Makes me hate my breakfast of 1/4 c oatmeal and 2 slices of bacon even more.

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  2. Oh how I do love cookies! These all sound so yummy. Thank you for sharing each link. The Monkey boys are just too cute watching the cookies bake. Mr. C does the same thing and the instant they come out of the oven he starts eating them...ever the cute boy child! Creative Cookie Bliss...

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  3. They all look yummy! Wish I had a plateful to snack on right now! XO

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  4. Those look so good, wish I could eat them.
    I used to love to bake cookies and breads but now that I can't eat them, it is not fun to cook them.

    Debbie

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  5. That's how I do it. Bake it and then take it to the minions. :D

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  6. Oh, that is the cutest picture of your little monkey boys! Love to join in!

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  7. What a sweet idea! ;) Can't wait to check out the links you posted. Will definitely be here for this years exchange.

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