Holiday Treats from the Food Librarian

Friday, December 16, 2011

Here are a few holiday treats you might want to make for your friends and family this holiday season. I can't believe the holidays are here already!

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Broken Glass Christmas Jello - Food Librarian
Always a huge hit and so easy to make. Give yourself at least a day in advance to let the Jello set up...but your hands-on labor is only about 15 minutes!

Cafe Beaujolais' Buttermilk-Cinnamon Coffeecake
This is a great coffee cake to have on hand for visitors or overnight guests during the holiday. It feeds a lot of people and is simple to make...you may have all the ingredients handy. Last year, my uncle ate three pieces during our mochi making!

Pumpkin Doughnut Muffins - Everyday Food
Pumpkin pie is great and all...but these little donut-y muffins are divine. Have the kids help you roll them in cinnamon sugar...Santa will want to grab a few of these.

Noodle Kugel
My friend's mom makes this delicious noodle kugel for Hanukkah! (Note to Mrs. S - I miss you and hope to see you soon!!!)

Crispy Chocolate-Marshmallow Treats - Everyday Food
Dressed up rice krispies. Yum! You can make these while the kids are running around. Hey, make they work a bit by stirring together this easy treat.

Happy Holidays! - mary
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3 comments:

Maria said... [Reply to comment]

WOW! These ALL look SO great! I've been making a list of baking recipes I want to try with the kids over Winter break...I plan on adding these to my list. Thanks!

vanillasugarblog said... [Reply to comment]

that coffee cake--oh lordy!

Jackie @ Domestic Fits said... [Reply to comment]

It all looks so good! Is that from the Cafe Beaujolais in Eagle Rock? I live about 2 miles from that place, GREAT gratin potatoes.

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