Posts tagged with ‘holiday baking’

  • Chocolate Chess Squares

    By Jennifer McHenry on December 7, 2007
    As many of you can attest, I’ve been up to my elbows in cookie dough for several days. Taking a bit of a detour today, these squares pack a big sweet punch! A classic Southern recipe, chess squares pop up all year round, not just for the holidays. Simple to make and wonderful to eat, they are a great way […]
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  • Snickerdoodles & Chocodoodles

    By Jennifer McHenry on December 6, 2007
    Today’s holiday baking offering is a Snickerdoodle that offers a little twist as an option for chocolate fans. As many cookies as I’ve baked, I have never made Snickerdoodles, one of the most common cookies around. I actually have a good reason for never having made them. As a child, I received a great disappointment in discovering that Snickerdoodles had […]
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  • Chocolate-Macadamia Nut Clusters

    By Jennifer McHenry on December 4, 2007
    Still more holiday baking…. As an added bonus, today is also National Cookie Day! It’s not often that I bake with coconut. Quinn is vehemently opposed to it. However, with all the holiday baking I’ve been doing, it’s much easier to justify baking with it. There are plenty of people out there who share my love of coconut.
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