When it comes to Christmas baking, all of us have favourites to make, and eat. I know I have been using the same recipes for many years, but this year, I’m going to experiment with some of the offerings in a new recipe book from Taste of home, simply called Cookies.
As is the case with most Taste of Home cookbooks, this one is as much fun to page through as it is to try the recipes. There is a large picture next to every recipe which never leaves you guessing about what it is supposed to look like when it’s done. The cover states that the book contains 623 irresistible delights so imagine the variety, from easy drop cookies, bars, slice and bake, and many Christmas classics.
If this cookbook is currently not on the shelf, don’t worry, there’s plenty more in every branch to tempt you. You could try The ultimate cookie collection by Janet Briggs, or 500 best cookies, bars & squares by Esther Brody.
The library is a great place to check out some new recipes for Christmas. And if you end up having too many cookies, you can always drop some off at your favourite library.