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C Is For Cookies

Lucky for me, I'll be eating cake in a couple days when we celebrate my birthday.
Yup, Tuesday I'll be 25 for the millionth time, and can't wait! I love my birthday!
Even though I am late and it's no longer Thursday, I am going to tell you why. That's what this post is about. What I have been doing all week long. I even made a collage for you.
I've made a different cookie each day this week.
Monday was planning and shopping.
Tuesday I baked the M&M's cookies. For the kids...
Wednesday I baked Orange Tarelles for the hubby. His mom makes lemon and I wanted to make them my own, hence the orange. Gotta say, they are awesome!
Thursday I baked the Candy Cane cookies. Something with Christmas candies used.
Friday, yesterday, I made both the Chocolate Sprinkle cookies and the Snow-Covered Cookies. (It's not real snow, just powdered sugar.)
About 30 dozen or so later and I am done. No more cookies till next year! I'm cookied out!!!!

So what about you? Do do you any Christmas baking, (or any other holiday like Hanukkah?)

Alphabe Thursdays


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  1. My hubby is Italian and I'd love to hear more about your Tarelles.

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  2. Great choice for C and they all look Yummy! ~ Thanks for visiting! ~ carol, xxx

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  3. First, Happy Birthday!
    Wow. That's a LOT of cookies! Tarelles sound interesting!

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  4. I love your cookie collage... Every year we have a Christmas cookie day where we bake all of our favorite candy creations and sweet concoctions!

    Charming post for the letter "C"!

    Thanks for linking.

    A+

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