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Sticky Paws - Williams Sonoma Copycat christmas candy recipe! Almond caramel clusters dipped in chocolate. Make these at home for a fraction of the price!

Sticky Paws Williams Sonoma Copycat

Flour-dusted counter tops, delectable treats iced and baked in all shapes and sizes- all in the name of Christmas. For all those who look forward to

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Christmas Candy Cane Cookies recipe! Made from an easy cookie dough recipe with plenty of festive peppermint flavor. The colorful dough is twisted to look like a candy cane. A favorite at holiday parties & cookie exchanges. via /HomeCookMemory/

Christmas Candy Cane Cookies

Made from an easy cookie dough recipe with plenty of festive peppermint flavor. The colorful dough is twisted to look like a candy cane. A favorite at holiday parties & cookie exchanges. via /HomeCookMemory/

Cookie Cutter Wreath great for front or side door at cookie exchange. 30 metal cookie cutters, tacky wax, small metal paper clips and 3 yards of 1" wide ribbon (scissors).

Christmas kitchen wreath - Bargain cookie cutters can be hot-glued together to form an interesting wreath for a vintage kitchen door. Arrange them inside of a circle drawn on paper to the size you desire.

Lofthouse Sugar Cookies: these cookies are so fluffy and delicious that they take the sugar cookie idea up another level. Great recipe for buttercream frosting to top them too!  Back To Her Roots

Copycat Lofthouse Sugar Cookies

Lofthouse Sugar Cookies: the best, fluffiest sugar cookie recipe that I've found! Mix up different colors for the frosting and they're the perfect dessert treat for any holiday!

Create a Hot Chocolate Bar for your next Winter party!

Create a Hot Chocolate Bar for your next Winter party!

8 Steps to Hosting a Cookie Swap - Simplify your holiday baking by hosting a cookie swap. Invite a group of friends, and have each person make enough of one kind of cookie to share. At the party, sample the treats, then trade and package them in appealing assortments. Everyone leaves with finished gifts -- and plenty of new recipes.

8 Steps to Hosting a Cookie Swap

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