Somebody Pour The Milk

Okay, we have tree cookies every Christmas.  I can’t remember one without.  This year rather than a standard butter cookie I made them from the familiar sugar cookie dough – as you would make it for cut out cookies – not the “drop” cookie version.  I can now say my home has many trees.  I also have oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, am about to make lemon cookies, and will be making pumpkin muffin/cupcakes and likely a ginger bread . . . don’t know what else.  Wish y’all were here!

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8 Responses to Somebody Pour The Milk

  1. Caddo Veil says:

    I’m headed over with a plate, Sis–will trade some gingerbread and pound cake!! Love you lots, sis Caddo

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    • Caddo Veil says:

      PS–I’m not much good at cookie baking, although I made some tasty bar cookies, and so quick and easy they should be outlawed! Come to think of it, maybe I should go have a couple…

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      • OH, sis I wish you were here! I made oatmeal chocolate chip, sugar cookie trees, and lemon cookies. Yum. Love pound cake and gingerbread. Not sure I’ll have much company so not sure how much to bake, but do have a friend, her hubby and two kids (well, college aged son and already finished with college daughter) coming Christmas day. Mindless, cheap, and yummy quick cookie recipe: Lemon cake mix, stick of butter, 1 egg. 350 degrees, about 10 minutes on ungreased cookie sheet. YUM! Switch to some other flavor of cake mix, same results. Duncan HInes was my choice. Keep praying on Rick. First day without pain, but stone is still in there . . . Love ya, Me.

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  2. What a lovely invitation! Me too, Martha!

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    • You’d be welcomed with a hug and some hot cider too!

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      • Thank you, Martha! I haven’t enjoyed cookie press cookies in many years, but can still reremember the sight, sound, smell, taste! Bless you!
        Maria

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      • I use my Nana’s old press. They have new ones with buttons, but I mixed dough with my fingers (mixer broke and I’m broke. lol) and used her old press and twisted the knob. I’ve done it so many times, I’ve got the degree of “twist” down to a science! I cannot imagine Christmas without these cookies in the house. Wish you could come and have some. It more about sharing them than the taste, afterall! Thanks!

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