2023 Author: Anita Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 18:44
Santa's belly is not the result of chance and as we know he likes to have a glass of milk and cookies, here are 10 ideas for welcome cookies…
Little gingerbread men
They can wear the same pajamas as your child, look like Santa Claus or look like… not much… but made with love and Santa will be very happy to see a smile coming down the chimney.
Here is the recipe for Recipes from Quebec
These cookies are so delicious that we will gladly taste them four or five times to be sure that Santa Claus will like them. You can put jam, marmalade or even a chocolate spread.
Here is the recipe for Ricardo.
Oatmeal cookies are classics (and not just for Santa Claus). They've been with us since we were kids and are tasty, they just might become a holiday classic.
Here are two recipes well appreciated by Internet users on Recettes du Québec and Passeport Santé.
Dominos or Nanaimo bars
I know these aren't quite cookies, but with the coconut, vanilla cream, and chocolate, Santa certainly won't complain about those time-honored delicious bites (and neither are we!).
Here is a delicious recipe for dominoes on Allrecipes.qc.ca.
The Little Red-Nosed Reindeer
Any biscuit cut in a circle with two little ears can become a reindeer since the cherry red nose does all the work. You can add licorice for the woods or make them into cookie dough and add icing.
Long live the wind
Hoping for a white Christmas, here are pretty snowflake-shaped cookies that won't melt near the fire.
These cookies are cute and tasty and can even be given as a gift in a cute little box. The recipe may not be as simple as oatmeal cookies, but the result is worth it. Feel free to get started.
Here is the recipe on Simone's Gourmet Notebook.
The Ricardo cookies with soft chocolate that crunch between pecans and white and semi-sweet chocolate chips… What more can I say?
Obviously macarons are very difficult to make and you will have to follow the recipe to the letter, but when you have succeeded once, you will make Christmas reds and greens, Saint-Christmas pinks and reds. Valentine's Day and Easter purples and blues. In addition, we have time to practice on vacation during bad weather days.
Here are some recipes with chocolate, caramel and candy rose.
I remember the first Christmases when I drank coffee and to accompany it, when I got up, I heated up a sugar cream pie. I don't think I'd be able to do it anymore, but fudge still has that holiday flavor to me. Here is a recipe for Fudge Cookies that will combine these two delicacies.
Each of my uncles, even my grandma, once donned the famous red Santa Claus costume! Woman or man, pot-bellied or small: the important thing to make a good Santa Claus is to play the game
Towards the age of reason, your child may begin to doubt the existence of Santa Claus. This is not the end of the magic of the holiday season, however
These oatmeal, chocolate and strawberry cookies are really perfect to serve for lunch when you're in a hurry, to enjoy as an afternoon snack or to slip into the kids' lunch box
It's the beginning of December. It's already cold. Christmas decorations have invaded the stores, it's raining elves even at the hardware store and Santa Claus has shown up at the mall
Sœur Berthe's tasty cookies salvage pumpkin flesh and turn it into a delicious treat the whole family will enjoy