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My Christmas Desserts

I haven’t even started wrapping presents.  And I still have a couple of desserts to make.

So there’s no time to write you a story!

Therefore, you’ll just have to look at pictures.

Here are my Christmas Tree Sugar Cookies:

Tree cookies a

I figured it wouldn’t be fun to show my Christmas desserts AFTER Christmas, so I’m just throwing the pictures up here.

Here are big (and I mean big– almost the size of my hand) Snowflake Sugar Cookies. 

Snowflake cookies a

This was the second time I’ve ever piped icing on cookies. Hard work!!

And medium snowflakes:

Snowflake cookies 3a

And little snowflakes:

Snowflake cookies 4a

OK, no more snowflakes.

I also made little brownie reindeer:

Brownie Reindeer a

M&M and Oreo Bark:

M&M and Oreo Bark a

White chocolate fudge (I made it a few minutes ago, so this is the only picture I have):

Fudge a

And Chocolate Spritz Cookies with chocolate glaze:

Spritz Cookies 2a

Gingerbread men (sorry for the bad picture, but I’m running around like crazy)!

Gingerbread Men a

And finally, the Holiday Party Mix I made for all the teachers.  All 15 of them!

Holiday Party Mix a

I have a few more, but I didn’t get to take pictures yet– so I’ll post them some other time.

Time to run…  HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

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  1. looks yummy and sweet! Give me some!

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  2. Those snowflakes and Christmas trees look wonderful. You did a very nice job.

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  3. These all look great and DELICIOUS! Good luck with your wrapping!

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  4. Wow, these are all amazing!

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  5. when will my box be arriving in the mail? 😉 haha. They are all pretty pretty–just like your blog title.

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  6. All your bakes looked so adorable! =)

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  7. I Love the snowflakes… and the Christmas tree… And the Gingerbreadmen… All of your Cookies look delicious! Happy Holidays!!

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  8. Wow, you’ve baked loads! And they all look FANTASTIC! Well done you. Love the gingerbread man, so cute.

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  9. These all look wonderful, as always! I especially love the big snowflakes! And the brownie reindeer are cute. It all looks yummy to me!

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  10. They all look amazing – you have been very busy in the kitchen!

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  11. I love the snowflake cookies, the piping looks so beautiful! I still have a batch of sugar cookies to make and this definitely gives me some inspiration!!

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  12. Wow, you bake like you mean it! These look delicious! Hope you have a great Christmas.

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  13. Thanks for stopping by my blog and “liking” my cupcakes. I love your cookies they are just amazing and so beautiful.

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  14. petit4chocolatier

    Geraldine, everything looks amazing! I love how you decorate!!
    I hope you don’t mind if I reblog your link on my reblog page?

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  15. Amazing! So festive! Can’t wait to see the recipes!

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  16. Wow! Awesome creations!! How do you make your cookies look so professional? I’m terrible at making my desserts look pretty. Your cookie xmas trees are so pretty! Any tips? Happy Holidays!

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    • Aw, thank you so much. The trees were made with a glaze, and you just brush it on. Make sure you cover the sides. Very simple! I don’t really have tips for the snowflakes because it’s only the second time I’ve ever piped icing on cookies– still praciting! Happy Holidays to you too!

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  17. You are a talented baker. These all look so good! Merry Christmas as you enjoy your goodies. Thanks for posting.

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  18. You cookies are GORGEOUS! I wish I had the patience and willpower to not eat my food before making it pretty. 🙂

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  19. It all looks so yummy! 🙂

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  20. I love the Christmas tree cookies. So cute!

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  21. Oh they all look beautiful! Love the decorating! I wonder if you would share the recipe for the M&M Oreo bark? Sounds delish 🙂

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    • Thank you!! The M&M Oreo Bark is sooo easy. You just melt whatever chocolate you like, then stir in pieces of oreos (I used pieces without the cream), then spread it out on a piece of wax paper on a cookie sheet. Top with mini M&Ms and sprinkles– and put in the fridge to harden. Crack into bite-sized pieces and enjoy! Yum! 🙂

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  22. Wow! Look how busy you have been! I can definitely relate!

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  23. I love your Christmas Tree cookies, and the stars with silver “dots” and the next stars and another too 😉 I quick look on your Blog and I’m impressed about your sweet-arts.
    The golden brownie looks soooooooooo tasty, I will try it sometimes this year, maybe for my birthday 🙂

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  24. Love the snowflakes. They’re beautiful! Isn’t this a fun time of year for a baker?

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  25. love all of your Christmas treats!

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  26. Holy COW that is a lot of holiday baking!! It makes me feel like an underachiever with my lowly 16 batches of Chex mix 🙂 Happy New Year and here’s to lots more beautiful sweets for 2013. The blog looks fantastic, congrats!

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  27. Your Christmas cookies are lovely. You did a stellar job on the decorating!

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  28. Wow these are some classy looking holiday treats, great share!

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  29. Love what you made at Christmas. I want to learn how to put the icing on neatly.
    Just beautiful.

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  30. Your iced cookies look awesome!

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  31. You’re making me wish that I was teaching again, if just to receive a bag of goodies from you!!! Way to go on the baking! I used live in DC…so enjoy the cold and enjoy the city…it’s a marvelous place to live. Adored the Christmas tree cookies!

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  33. Cool! How you make the colorful glazes? Green etc?

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