Roundup: Baking Week (or Get Your Cookie On)

Roundup: Baking Week (or Get Your Cookie On)

We interrupt our regularly scheduled healthy food posts to bring you cookies! Yup, that’s right. It’s the holidays and we’ve gotten over the fact that sweets are just going to happen. If you’re planning on doing some baking this holiday season, we’ve got you covered. Below are our favourite treats for the season. I bet you can’t pick just one!

Ricotta Cookies are one of my favourite recipes this time of year. These gems are moist and delicious, not too sweet.

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Cardamom Crescents are so light they melt in your mouth. This is the champion of Christmas cookies.

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Glazed Donut Cookies are fun to craft with kids and lend themselves to any decoration you can throw at them. By throw at them, I mean literally. Scarlett and her cousins actually threw sprinkles on these babies.

Gingerbread Cookies a great recipe for getting the kids involved. Actually, who am I kidding? Any cookie recipe is great for getting the kids involved.

Coconut Snowballs a sophisticated looking cooking that delivers on looks and flavour in spades.

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Mini Snowman Cupcakes are the most adorable baking project of the season. You’ll feel bad biting their heads off until you taste them. Then, not so much. Yum.

Brownie Bites are delicious little fudge morsels of goodness.

Almond Butter Chip Cookies a spin on the usual peanut butter cookies packed full of chips.

 

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