I’ve been doing some Christmas baking, and have about half of it done.
Here is what I’ve made so far:
Chocolate Peppermint Blossoms.
Red Velvet Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Double Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookies.
Peanut Butter Blossoms.
The rest of my list?
Red Velvet Cake Balls
Have you made anything yet? What is on your list?
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Holy food porn! I haven’t made squat. I have been bastardizing a box of brownie mix and made espresso brownies twice, because I ate half of them!
You are amazing, as always!
WOW!! Talk about one stop shopping for every cookie recipe I’ll ever need!!! You are brilliant my dear!
OMG! Cookie heavennn! :)!!!!! Your list is mouthwateringly-amazinggg!
Hmmm. I’m making Red Velvet cupcakes for my work party Tuesday, but the Red Velvet cake BALLS sound interesting, too…
oh my you have been busy indeed! They all look FANTASTIC!!!!!
when are you gonna make red velvet cake? my buddy and I are both craving for it :-D I just bought a cake mix , hehe. cause I don’t know how to make that red velvet color! can’t wait to see your recipe!
hooray for the mint & dark chocolate chips- aren’t they awesome? I’ll start baking part 2 up next week :) Last week was cookies, muffins and granola!
Yummy, these look great!
What recipe do you use for the red velvet chocolate chip cookies? I’d love to have it! Thanks!
I’m awestruck! I haven’t really baked for Christmas yet, haha ;)
Lady, you are one busy baker! I’ve made Molasses cookies so far and that’s it because I’m not a big baked goods fan (with some exceptions). Crazy, I know :)
holy cookies batman! they all look so good but especially the red velvet. thanks for the ideas!! i made chocolate chip cookies last night but used red & green m&ms instead of chips.
RED VELVET CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES! can i come live with you?!?! thanks!
You have amazing self control to make all those yummy cookies without eating them all! I could not be trusted around those! :)
oh my, all those cookies look great!
I’ve not started yet and I’m starting to panic. :)
I’ve got to make about 50 cupcakes for a work party on Thursday and then I’ll start on my giveaway baking. I haven’t even made my list yet! bah humbug! :)
Wow I am totally not a baker and am so impressed with how much you’ve made – and how gorgeous it all came out!
Everything looks delish!!! AND festive… I grew up on peanut butter blossoms… yum.
I heard it was INSANE in pitts. today.. my mom said the parkway/turnpike was closeD?!? wow.. stay warm!
Wow, you’ve been busy! The red velvet chocolate chip cookies look, and sound delicious. For Christmas I always make three things; pepperoni bread, holiday granola (just made it, SO good!) and chocolate dipped waffle cones! Stay tuned for a post about that last one. I learned how to make them when I worked at a local ice cream shop!
Oh yum!! I thought I was doing good to have made my gingerbread cookies yesterday, but wow, your baking puts me to shame!! Everything looks great!! :)
Awesome! Any recipe for the red velvet cookies? Do they have a cakey texture?
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Yum, those red velvet ones look amazyum. Nice job!
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OMG Jessica these alll look beyond amazing! I swear, your cookies are enough to un-vegan and un-glutenfree me for a day. I’d pay the price though…but seriously wow. The soft gingersnaps look soo inviting. I mean all the cookies do, but something about those. My grandma used to call what you call PB Blossoms “Hershey’s Kiss Thumbprints”. I grew up on those :) And the double choc ones…with mint too. Wow….
Jessica, these all look delicious!! I’ve done a little baking, but am toning it down this year. Love the Holiday thumbprint cookies!
Perfect post! I’m on the lookout for some cookie ideas! Those chocolate peppermint blossoms might be it! YUM
Amazing cookie recipes! I haven’t done a scrap of baking yet this season. I’m not even sending out Christmas cards!
red velvet chocolate chip cookies-for real?! omg can’t wait for the recipe!!!
i made your sin city cookies this weekend – they are SO good and SO easy. Mine didn’t come out as fluffy as yours, I think it’s cause I overloaded them with cocoa haha o well. They are SO good. When are you posting the red velvet choc chip cookie recipe??
I’m so jealous. Waaaaaay behind in the holiday baking…… Looks fabulous!!!! – Lisa.
Everything looks so amazing! And so festive!! Those red velvet chocolate chip cookies sounds so fabulous! I’ve been baking a bit but you are like a machine!!
Next week I will start baking for family and friends.
i love those!! especially the chocolate peppermint blossoms
All the cookies looks incredibly yummy. I had a get together with cookie as the theme, and made Chocolate marshmallow cookie with chocolate frosting(recipe on my blog), and had like more 10 different varieties of cookies made by others, it was like I fell into a cookie basket:)..Grt blog you have. Happy holidays!
Ok, your baking totally trumps mine! I made Mexican Cookies. There MIGHT be a few left and I may or may not eat them for breakfast! ;-)
Do you ever leave your kitchen? :)
RED VELVET CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES? WHY ARE YOU THE MOST AMAZING BAKER IN THE WORLD?????????????????? i loveeeee! sorry if all the caps freaked you out, i just love red velvet :)
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I arbitrarily made a batch of the cookie dough truffles on Saturday after seeing them here…I’m not sure they’re making it to Christmas!
They’re so delicious I can’t stay out of them! haha
Thanks for sharing!
What a great selection of Christmas goodies! You HAVE been baking up a storm. Brava! I have been baking Biscotti al Cioccolato, Cantucci & Brutti ma Buoni and of course my Christmas baking wouldn’t be complete without making Sugar Cookies :)
Wow!!! That is a lot of baking!!! Holy Martha Stewart girl!!!
WOW! You are WAY ahead of me! I am actually doing my annual bake day with my mom on December 20th…nothing like waiting until the last minute! haha!
Those peanut butter blossoms are my favorite cookie ever! They remind me of my childhood.
I helped a friend make some christmas cookies to give away (for librarians, secretaries, etc.).
We made these chocolate crinkle cookies that were to die for and cracker jack cookies! So glad those were given away :)
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how do you make the peanut butter blossoms they look amazing?
The baking is in full force… I always make cookie tins for the managers that my husband works with (he is a restaurant chef/manager)
Here’s my list:
Outrageous Oreo Brownies
Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars x 2 (his exec chefs favorite – 2 pans indeed)
Jam Thumbprint Cookies
Black Forest Almond Cheesecake Bars (my original recipe!)
Ginger Molasses Cookies
Chocolate Irish Cream Cheesecake
This is SO my favorite time of the year!!!
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