Saturday, December 22, 2007

holiday cookies

Hi! Remember me? I haven't been posting much, but I've definately been cooking...seven kinds of cookiies, to be precise. I feel like Martha Stewart or something.

Molasses crinkles, cantuccini, x cookies (my favorite!!), cornmeal-cherry cookies, peanut butter cookies, chocolate chip cookies, chocolate blocks (dark chocolate, cashews, apricots, and cranberries), and chocolate-dipped coconut macaroons.

Whew! (I've linked the the recipes I adapted from)


I think the tins looked really pretty.


See? This stuff is xxx, people!

17 comments:

Jean said...

Hi Anna!

The coconut macaroons look divine :)

Thanks for your seasonal exchange package and the recipes and Merry Christmas :D

rusvaplaukė said...

Awesome.
What did you use instead of the eggs in the coconut domes?

Tami said...

You are amazing. Wow. So kind to share the recipes, too. Thank you.

Liz² said...

:O !

xxx indeed! your cookies look positively gorgeous (those x ones especially are pretty wild - how on earth did you replace 4 eggs?)

trina said...

Gorgeous! Your cookies make my cookies feel sad and inadequate.

bazu said...

Aaaaah! Your holiday cookies look truly excellent. I love all the different ones, they seem so appetizing. I will take notes for next year. Well actually, I'm sure I won't wait a year to bake some of these...

VeggieGirl said...

welcome back!! my, my, you've certainly been busy in the kitchen!! look at all those decadent goodies!! yum!!

happy holidays :0)

cristy said...

Wow. Well done. They look amazing.

Vegyogini said...

Your cookies are gorgeous. Thanks so much for sharing the links w/ us. Like everyone else, I'm curious as to which egg replacer you used. :)

Melisser; the Urban Housewife said...

Mmm, I'd love to be a recipient of those goodies!

Ashasarala said...

Ooooh... What's in the X cookies? I've never heard of such a thing!

Melody Polakow said...

Wow! Everything looks so decadent and delicious!

sulu-design said...

Oh, this makes me wish I was your neighbor. These look amazing!

Amy said...

I missed this post before! Your cookies look delicious!

I should follow you home one Christmas and enjoy your amazing cooking, cookies, etc.

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