Saturday, December 4, 2010

Blog Surfing - Holiday Style

From now until the New Year, it's all about the Holidays, with a few extra things thrown in too!

From Amazing Cheese Truffles would make a great party appetizer. You can make them sweet, savory or crunch with the toppings you use.

From Joy of Baking: Christmas Baking

From Tasty Kitchen: Burnt Sugar Almonds would make a great treat for the holidays, as gifts, or for your guests. Chrismas Tin Crunchies, Poppy Chow, Cookies Galore, Pear and Pomegranate Christmas Salad, 3 Minute Fudge, Hot Cocoa Cookies, Christmas Crackle Cookies, Cranberry Cream Cheese Snickerdoodles, Peppermint Mocha Milkshake, Challah Bread, Double Ginger Crackles, Way Too Easy Fudge, Sugar Plum Fairy Pudding Cake, Almond Roca, Peanut Butter Fudge, Fruit Cake Cookies, Pistachio Cranberry White Chocolate Bark.

From One Perfect Bite: Cheese Straws  

From Luna Cafe12 Days of Christmas Cookies 

From Taste of Home: White Chocolate Cranberry Bread, Jolly Santas, Peppermint Biscotti, Butter Cookie Snowmen.

From 12 Days of Cookies

From More than Burnt Toast: Cranberry Hazelnut Raincoast Crisp

From Our Krazy Kitchen: Eggnog Coffee Cake   

From Squidoo: Gingerbread Recipes  

From Foodgal: Biscotti for the Holidays

From Cooking Channel: 12 Days of Christmas, Main Dishes for Christmas, Top Holiday Desserts

From Tablspoon: Cookie Exchange Recipes

From Recipegirl: Christmas Cookies, over 50 recipes. 

From Brown Eyed Baker: 30 Favorite Christmas Cookies  

From How Sweet It Is: Holiday Baking Begins
From Stone Soup: 9 Christmas Gifts to Make at Home Using 5 Ingredients

From Our Krazy KitchenCherry Almond Chocolate Clusters

From Monster Mama: Stain-Glass Rocky Road 

From Cookin' Canuck: Double Chocolate Ginger and Hazelnut Cookies

From Bacon Brittle, I guess bacon isn't just for breakfast anymore!

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