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FamilyFun's Cookies for Christmas: 50 recipes for You and Your Kids

by Deanna F. Cook

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0786864699, Hardcover)

This bright, colorful cookie book is as much fun to look at as it is to bake from. Glossy photos of Sweet Sugar Plums, Candy Cane Twists, and many other sugary delights will make your taste buds tingle. These recipes are ideal for kids and parents to make together--and many call for icing on top. This messy but creative task is bound to be the best part of the whole cookie process (aside from eating them, of course!). Since Christmas is the main focus of the book, there are several seasonal novelties to create. A cookie advent calendar is sure to make December extra exciting, and a holiday garland will be gobbled up in no time. Every recipe could quite happily be given as a holiday present, so the authors offer terrific advice for wrapping and mailing these fragile gifts. Finally, don't forget to leave some cookies out for Santa--but not too many! --Naomi Gesinger

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:11 -0400)

This colorful collection of Christmas cookies is something to celebrate! With nearly 100,000 copies sold, it's already a family favorite--and that's no surprise with such scrumptious recipes as Chocolate Crinkles, Candy Cane Twists, Snowballs, and Raspberry Tarts to choose from. These cookies are as simple to bake as they are yummy to eat. Every recipe features steps that kids can easily handle, and ideas for variations that inspire creativity. Savor them, turn them into beautiful ornaments, or give them as a holiday gift--there's excellent advice on wrapping and mailing them, too!

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