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I have always loved baking but now that I have children of my own, I LOVE baking, especially around the holidays. Every year for Christmas we always decorate sugar cookies and gingerbread men, it’s something I did as a child and a trend that I have carried on with my children. We usually bake a couple different batches of sugar cookies throughout December, but this year was a little hectic with snow and ice storms and traveling out of state for Christmas so we didn’t get all the baking done that we planned. Even now that Christmas is over that doesn’t stop the fun of baking and decorating cookies. With all of the snow we’ve gotten the past week the boys and I decided to use star cookie cutter and make some snowflake sugar cookies.
Do you decorate sugar cookies every year? Or have another holiday trend?
Check out some other Red Hot Holiday Trend Recipes from Betty Crocker below:
The New Fruitcake:
A modern take on a Christmastime classic, this luscious two-layer cake, studded with whiskey-soaked fruits and filled with sweetened mascarpone, will be the belle of any holiday ball.
Try the Upside-Down Apple Cake with Whiskey-Soaked Fruit
Crafty Cookies for Kids:
Bake your way to fun family memories with our super-easy DIY (Decorate-It-Yourself) Cookie Tree. With infinite possibilities for personalization, it’s as fun to make as it is to eat. (Almost!)
Try the Decorate it Yourself (DIY) Cookie Tree
Global Flavor Flights:
In search of a fresh holiday party staple? Look no further than our crowd-sized flight of mini cheese balls. With bases made from both cream cheese and goat cheese, it’s the globally inspired mix-ins that turn these small bites into something truly memorable.
Try the “Around the World” Cheese Ball Flight
From doughnuts to shortcakes, our love for all-American pastries is a year-round affair that never gets old. For a quick upgrade to your brunch-bread basket, try these light-as-a-feather popovers, made easy with help from Bisquick.
Try the Mini Popovers with Flavored Butter Trio
From cupcake toppings to fro-yo mix-ins, bakers and bloggers have been adding popcorn to sweets in quite creative ways. This semi-homemade fudge features store-bought caramel corn, a thick layer of dulce de leche, a generous sprinkling of sea salt and – what else?—more crunchy caramel corn.
Try the Triple-Caramel Popcorn Fudge
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