Saturday, December 10, 2011

Christmas cookies...

Okay I'm back again with the rest of my baking list. It took some time to figure out just what I wanted to do this year, to many ideas. This is what the rest of Advent and Christmas baking will look like in our home.

December 5th ~ Christmas spelt muffins

December 6th ~ Chocolate peppermint crinkle cookies.

December 7th ~ Peanut Butter cup cookies and Honey cookies (Pierniki)

December 8th ~ Chocolate Gingerbread Cake with whip cream:)

December 9th ~ Mexican wedding cookies

December 10th ~ Peanut Butter Nanaimo Bar (Here's a link to the recipe)

December 11th ~ Sticky Pecan Mini-Buns (Here is the link to the recipe) GO PACKERS!

December 12th ~ Chocolate Chip Christmas cookies (Christmas M&M candy)

December 13th ~ Saint Lucia's Braided Bread (Today we will learn about Lucia of Sweden)

December 14th ~ Paula's Loaded Oatmeal Cookies minus the icing

December 15th ~ Russian Tea Cakes

December 16th ~ tonight we will make our Christmas Eve bread.

December 17th ~ Chocolate Cheesecake Candy Cane Bars (Here's a link to the recipe).

December 18th ~ Gingerbread Houses, and a Gingerbread Pumpkin Trifle the

December 19th ~ Pretzels dipped in chocolate, and garland for the Christmas tree

December 20th ~ Key lime Mousse Pie (Here's the link to the recipe) and Reindeer (daddy) chow.

December 21st ~ Nutty Orange Coffee cake (Here is the link to the recipe), and our Jesse Tea for Advent

December 22nd ~ Rice Crispy Crown/Wreaths (Thank you Jessica) and Peanut Blossoms

December 23rd ~ Spitz Cookies and our Jesus birthday cake

December 24th ~ Polish Star Cookies - Gwiazdiki z Nieba, and Starlight Cookies (to remember Mary and Joseph's very long journey from Nazareth to Bethlehem).

December 25th ~ No baking have a very blessed Christmas.

December 26th ~ the Colonists Scripture Cake and I would also like to try today's Scripture Cake

(Many activities in the colonies were related to the Bible, these recipes for today are based on books of the bible).

December 27th ~ Hot-water Chocolate gingerbread cake as we remember

December 28th ~ Coconut Rice Pudding

December 29th ~ January nothing planned at this point, we will be doing lots of fun things for the Twelve days of Christmas, but not much baking.

January 5th ~ we will be making Gift of the Magi bread.

January 6th ~ the last day of Christmas Christmas is over and it is time to take down our tree and decorations.

1 comment:

Far Above Rubies said...

You are one organized Mama. My favorite dessert of all time is Spanish Rice Pudding. I have to learn how to make it.

Thanks for linking up to Domestically Divine.