Yum yum, I'd like to be in your house at christmas time. I love the generous spread of icing on these cookies - you're a woman after my own heart!
Karen *smile*!Those cookies were my favorites of Christmas 2009:Made of almond flour, egg whites, lemon juice and zest. The icing is actually meringue, applied after baking and put into the still warm oven overnight, to dry. Would you believe that I found half a dozen from the year before when I looked for my cookie tins this past Christmas? They were still edible, albeit hard as stone. ;-)
Dear Merisi!!! I admit, I ate quite few... but they were so yummy!
I actually had leftover cookies this year. They're safely tucked away in the freezer, waiting for a random cookie attack.
HOLY MOLY!!I would have liked to be there too!Was there any Gingerbread..?Pretty pic
I don't think I ate nearly enough Christmas cookies. I love this shot and all of your Christmas posts. I am determined to be there for the holidays someday because of your photos! It all looks so beautiful and enchanting!
Almond flour? I've never had almond flour cookies before--sounds scrumptious, especially with lemon juice and zest! And baked meringue on top--my mouth is watering. Sounds like you had a lovely Christmas.
It was me who ate them!Couldn't resist.Dear Merisiwe have exactly the same Santa wooden figurine from when the children were small
We have the same question here. Not a single cookie left! It looks like we should go back to the baking board.
we ate quite a few ;)
Merisi, I do believe that those cookies are my cookies. You see I got not one Christmas cookie this season, no, not one. I always, always bake them, no, not this season. I usually have a Christmas cookie swap, but no, not this season. Ou family usually bakles cookies as well, yet no, not this season. So yes, those lovely cookies seem to be calling out my name and besides, they are lovely cookies too~
I wish it were me (who ate ...), but NO, I wasn't there, and I have a STRONG alibi and a few STAUNCH witnesses !Marie-Noëlle
I ate every last cookie in this house, and the leftovers from Christmas dinner, and the red velvet cake. I'm a fat slob.
I am seriously grateful to all of you who helped get rid of those Christmas cookies! :-) xxx
Oooo, sorry I think I ate some of those too. The cookies look like they could have been in a Drimmels display. (sorry if I spelled that wrong)
I never got around to baking any Christmas cookies over the holiday season. I have, however, a recipe that has been tempting me and I'm going to try it out today. I have been having strong cookie cravings!
Definitely not me, even if I have no solid alibi ....;)Marie-Noëlle
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