Monday, December 22, 2008

Not Your Ordinary Gingerbread Cookies

Cookie baking at Christmas time is a tradition at the Walker house. This year my DD decided to make gingerbread cookies in addition to the lemon drop, oatmeal raisin (ready made dough by manufacturer), and pecan cookies. I really like taste of the gingerbread. Mmmmm Good. You can find the recipe here.

Here are a few shots of the cookie-baking crew in action:


  1. They look good, save me one. :):):)

    Happy Holidays.


  2. Delicious! My DD usually gets into the cookie-baking spirit this time of year too. And I get fatter because of it. Sigh.

  3. I too love gingerbread- mom always made a gingerbread house every Christmas. Yours look so festive!
    Merry Christmas!

  4. Wonderful cookies! We spent last weekend baking, but fortunately we gave most of them away.

    Have a very Merry Christmas!

  5. Cennetta .- happy Christmas to you and yours and my best wishes for the new year.

    Hugs, Paco

  6. I'm loving the spidey cookie! Your post brought back a great memory for me. I made a lot of cookies one year and took the extras to school to pass out to my 5th and 6th grade general math class. I gave the students the tin and they passed it around the room each taking a few cookies. All was going well until I hear from the other side of the room, "This one says, 'Bah Humbug' on it!". I forgot that my husband helped to decorate (in his own way!) the cookies and so I put those cookies at the bottom of the tin. I was so embarrassed. What was worse was that *every* student then wanted one of the "bad" gingerbread men or bah humbug cookies! I can laugh about it now, but I was mortified thinking about what these kids would go home and tell their parents.

    Well, that was *way* too long, so thanks for the memories and Merry Christmas to you and your family.



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