This month, I have featured eleven of my favorite holiday recipes. From cookies to breakfast, from holiday traditions to gift-giving, these are just a few of the recipes that grace our table each and every December. This is a Holiday Baking round-up of all the recipes I posted – easily accessible in one place.
We kicked off this series with our favorite Snickerdoodle recipe. These are always a hit at our cookie exchanges.
Next up, Emma decorated Sugar Cookies. This is one of her favorite Christmas traditions.
Then came my husband’s favorite Peanut Butter Cookies. He says no cookie platter is complete without these.
Because I love when Hershey’s releases their holiday Kisses, I couldn’t wait to make these Candy Cane Kiss Cookies.
While my sister was in town for a job interview, I had to make one of our all-time favorite Christmas cookies. Our Nana’s Snowball Cookies are a tradition we look forward to every year.
It was Emma’s turn to choose the next recipe, and she found one on the back of the canister of mini-marshmallows we keep on hand for hot chocolate. Her Hot Cocoa Cookies were incredible, and they will be making a repeat appearance in the future.
Looking for something a little more traditional, we settled on Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Next, I shared a new recipe from eMeals after they released a brand new dessert menu! We featured their Buttery Toasted Vanilla Clusters.
Sweet Lindsey, our Elf on the Shelf, brought Emma a Snowman Cupcake kit. While we used the kit, I also included suggestions for using items from your pantry to make these without the kit.
Cranberry Coffee Cake was a staple at our Christmas breakfast table. It was the only day of the year that anyone made it. I’m looking forward to making it next week for my kiddos.
I wrapped up this series with our favorite gift-giving treat, Christmas Crack. I made this while visiting family last week, and we munched on it for days.
I know that was only eleven recipes, and I’ll try to plan ahead better this week. I had plenty more recipes I wanted to share, but life got in the way. With dance rehearsals for Em and traveling to see my little sister graduate, I just plain ran out of time. However, I hope that I shared enough with you that you found something new to try. If so, I’d love to know if you made any of the recipes I posted. Let me know what you think!