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Gingerbread Holiday Cookies

Gosh, I love this time of year…I am especially happy this week because my K is coming home from college for the holiday weekend! We have missed seeing her smiling face around the house. She is a student athlete so she hasn’t been allowed to come home since the beginning of the school year. Her most common complaint while away at school is that she misses mom’s cooking and baking.
Well, I have been baking all morning getting ready for her arrival tomorrow. In the past two hours, I have made Mary’s Irish Scones, Grandma’s Brown Bread, a batch of Jumbo Oatmeal Cowboy Cookies and these Gingerbread Holiday Cookies. I downloaded the gingerbread cookie recipe many years ago from the Martha Stewart website after seeing her make them on her weekly television program. I have been making this recipe for the holidays ever since. (Using various cookie cutter shapes to reflect Thanksgiving and Christmas symbols…stars, leaves, turkeys, candy canes, gingerbread men, etc.)
I will be starting on some of K’s favorite savory meals this afternoon. …Can’t wait to have the family back together for the holidays!
Happy Thanksgiving to all those living in the United States…Happy Day to those living elsewhere! šŸ˜‰


6 thoughts on “Gingerbread Holiday Cookies

  1. My kids are in their forties and fifties now (most of their kids have graduated from college), but I remember so well having them come home from college, looking forward to home-cooked meals. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.


    1. Thanks so much… We will be changing up the cookie cutters for the Christmas season… This recipe makes great gingerbread man/woman cookies! Happy holidays to you, Sarah!


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