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Cookies of Christmas Past

A delicious collection of Christmas cookies to make this holiday season!

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Well this past week I baked my buns off.  And I’ve gotta say, I enjoyed it, but it was a lot of work!

And my house fell apart…and I was a spazz.  Here’s proof:

(if you follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook you’ve already seen/discussed this spazzy photo!)

Ahhh.  So needless to say, today is tackle my life day.  Grocery shopping.  Bathroom cleaning.  And basic getting order back in to the house!  It’s amazing how a little cookie baking can make things cahrazy.  😉  Plus we added a gigantor Christmas tree to the mix so I’ve got spruce needles everywhere!

Anyway, since my Christmas Cookie Extravaganza is over, I wanted to end things off with a round-up of my cookie recipes from last year!  Give them a little chance at the spotlight once again.  They are delish.

Candy Cane Crumble Nutella Cookies

First up…Candy Cane Crumble Nutella Cookies.  Need I say more?!


Apricot Pecan Rugelach

Apricot Pecan Rugelach.  These are such a nice, rich treat!  Love em!


Brown Sugar Shortbread

Brown Sugar Shortbread.  These are another ice box cookie, and they’re SO good!  Pretty & festive too!


Jewish Shortbread

And Jewish Shortbread.  These are one of my most favourite holiday cookies!  So nutty, sweet & cinnamony!


I hope you enjoyed this cookie overload!  Happy baking and have a delicious day!


Here are the rest of the cookies from this series…

Mint Chocolate Chip Blizzard Cookies

Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies

Mincemeat Oatmeal Thumbprints

Melt-In-Your-Mouth Sugar Cookies

Cherry Ice Box Cookies

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  1. It is amazing how fast everything gets “out of sort” when you try to concentrate on a few little extras, doesn’t it? I battle the “extra” dog floating around here on a daily basis 🙂 … but he is very pretty. Bathroom & bedroom in my part of the World is being tackled today. It is snowing like crazy again on the Bruce Peninsula, really Jo-Anna could you not have kept it out there with you?

  2. Thank you for posting a picture of your “lived in” house!! I’m happy that I’m not the only one who lives in a disaster zone some of the time!! Lol! Love your blog!! Sometimes I’m on it for an hour or more! I’m a fellow Canadian and it’s great to see Canadian bloggers as there are lots of Americans out there! Good job!