Wordless Wednesdays: 12 Views of Making Christmas Cookies from an Old Family Recipe

December 17, 2014

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7 Responses to “Wordless Wednesdays: 12 Views of Making Christmas Cookies from an Old Family Recipe”

  1. shoreacres Says:

    Cookie baking was one of my favorite things about Christmas, so I loved this. And thanks for including the recipe!

    • shoreacres Says:

      A question: it says “soft margarine.” Do you combine the margarine, sugar, eggs, vanilla and sour cream and then work in the flour?

      • Rosemary Says:

        I love these old recipes where you are just given a list of ingredients and assume the maker knows how to put them all together! My mother taught us a very specific order for baking — first mix the butter (I used butter, not margarine) and sugar, then add eggs and vanilla, and then the dry ingredients. For this recipe, I alternated dry ingredients and sour cream, beginning and ending with the flour. I also let the dough sit in the refrigerator for an hour or so to make rolling easier.

  2. Lorrie Says:

    Never mind the recipe. Assume that is your daughter–she is delightful and so delighted over the cookies!
    I so appreciate glimpsing the world through your eyes and camera.

  3. Barbara Stahler Says:

    Love the cookie pictures-& making them with kids is the most fun.


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