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Day 14 Holiday Cooking: Killer Kugel Recipe

I started loving my carbs at a very young age. I liked my grandma’s kugel, but what I liked better was how she warmed it up for me the next morning. She would put a ton of butter in a pan, slice a thick piece of her kugel, and fry it up in the pan. […]

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Day 13: Homemade Holiday Giving – Best Sugar Cookie Recipe

This sugar cookie has been in my repertoire for over 20 years. I use it for every occasion and every holiday through out the year and the best part of this recipe (aside from being quick and easy) it freezes well. If you roll, cut, and flash freeze the cookies they can be baked the […]

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Day 12: Homemade Holiday Giving – Chocolate Crinkle “Crack” Cookies

I have made a lot of crackle cookies in my day, but there are none that can hold a candle to these. They are not too sweet and freeze really, really well. I can’t make these as often as I want to because I simply cannot control myself. #NoWillPower. Chocolate Crackle Cookie

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Day 11: Homemade Holiday Giving – Peppermint Shortbread Cookie Bark

Shortbread + chocolate + peppermint candy = a great big tray of cookie bark that goes along way. If peppermint candies are not your thing, swap it out for your favorite flavors. Some combos my kids have come up: • White Chocolate, Pistachio, Dried Apricots • Toffee Pieces (like Heath) • Salted Caramel • Rocky […]

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Day 10: Homemade Holiday Giving – Dark Chocolate Mocha Rocky Road Fudge

Fudge. I really don’t know anyone that doesn’t like it. And it is always well received. No baking required and can all be done in one bowl! Rocky Road Dark Chocolate Fudge

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