Serendipity Experience - 24 Make Snowflake Cookies

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Today I set myself the challenge of making Snowflake Cookies. I have never attempted these before
but just had to try the recipe in my new "Cooking for Christmas" book, and of course use my new Snowflake cookie cutters!

My new Cookie Cutter Set

The cookies were certainly much easier to make than I had expected, and looked too cute to eat. I am now thinking that I should be using them to decorate with. I have an undecorated wreath and am thinking of making an indoor wreath similar to this one I found made by "a dozen eggs".


Wreath by "A dozen Eggs"


My other option is to hang them from ribbons next to my Christmas tree, or if all else fails, eat them!!!




Delish Sugar and Spice Snowflakes   





What Christmas Baking do you have planned?
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4 comments

  1. did you take that first shot as well? all these photographs look so lovely, wow you do do christmas well! did you get my email? are you getting your new camera? lucky you don't have a cat or a dog or you would have no snowflake cookies left on the tree!

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  2. How beautiful they are, Simone! I love the shape of the stars and I think they look just perfect on the wreath and on those ribbons! I must admit I have not yet decided on my Christmas Baking... but seeing your photos here really inspire me to get going!

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  3. These are gorgeous cookies! I just invited some friends to a cookie swap party. I've never done it before, but am looking forward to it! I hope someone brings cookies that look like this! Wink, wink!

    Blessings,
    Holly

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  4. The cookies look wonderful.

    Kelly

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