On Wednesday Sarah and I baked cookies for most of the day. We made Snickerdoodles, peanut butter blossoms, eggless sugar cookies and peanut butter fudge. Sarah wasn’t feeling the best, and by the end was just sitting at the table talking with me and putting the kisses on the blossoms. But it was still a great time, and one of the things we really enjoy doing during the holiday season. And if you look closely, you can see my boom box, we had Christmas music playing in the background.
This year we tried a new recipe, eggless sugar cookies. They were very quick and easy to mix together. Rolling them out was a little tricky, my dough seemed a bit dry, but once they rolled out, they were fine. As you can see we cut some pretty shapes.
But this is the one reason I don’t do cut out cookies too much, you really need to frost them for them to look decent, and by the time they cooled down, I had lost all desire to frost anything. 🙁
So there they sit, in our cookie tins, with no frosting. We are still eating them, of course, but I don’t think they will get frosted this year. I’m thinking the easiest thing is to skip the frosting, make some homemade chocolate dip, and just dip the cookies in there. Yep, that might just be a new tradition for us. 😉