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Sunday, January 3, 2010

Chocolate Covered Cherry and Candy Cane Sugar cookies{Flavor of the Month}

Prepare yourself.  This is going to be the lamest Flavor of the Month post you have ever seen.  Not only did I forget about my post until two days AFTER the deadline, I didn’t get around to actually doing anything about it until a good day and a half after that.

Life is what it is, though.

I did make quite a few cookies in the month of December, so here’s a sampling of what I made.

Chocolate Covered Cherry Cookies:  this recipe can be found here on my recipe blog.  It’s actually been there a while, but I haven’t had any pictures to go with it.  I will be adding some soon now that I have them.  These are REALLY good when they are warm and gooey and a little bit of an adult cookie offering.


Candy Cane Sugar Cookies:  I love this idea for the person who doesn’t want to mess with the cutting and decorating of homemade sugar cookies.  Just color half of your sugar cookie dough red with gel coloring (like used for icing) and make candy canes.  They are a little fragile, but oh so cute.  I was inspired by and used this recipe for sugar cookie play dough but I’m certain any recipe would work fine.


I highly recommend that you hop on over to Bridget’s blog, Bake at 350, to see more cookie posts for December’s Flavor of the Month. 


Groovewoman said...

The Chocolate Covered Cherry cookies look FAN-FLIPPIN-TASTIC!!!

OH MY GOSH, I have got to get the recipe for those, because they look & sound so yummy and I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Choc covered cherries.


Beckypdj said...

Chocolate Covered Cherry cookies are a staple on my holiday baking menu. They are yummy!!

bridget {bake at 350} said...

Yay, Donna!!! They both look fantastic! I have always wanted to try those candy canes!

Happy New Year!