Friday, December 23, 2011

Sweets for Santa

'Twas the night before Christmas, not a creature was stirring, not even  a mouse or Bailey,
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, (Bailey's stocking is the middle one)
In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would  be there.

Would you leave these for Santa? Vegan Ginger Orange Cookies, Double Chocolate Mint Cookies with White Chocolate Drizzle, Gingersnaps, or Cranberry Dark Chocolate bars?
Would you leave this plate of Peppermint Fudge or Chocolate Fudge, Saltine Cracker Toffee, or Peanut Blossoms with Dark Chocolate for Santa?
Does Santa like lots of marshmallows in his hot cocoa to go with Thumbprints with MM's, Fudge, Gingersnaps, or Peanut Blossoms with Dark Chocolate Kisses?
Whatever you leave for Santa, I'm sure that he won't complain:)
Scott and I want to wish a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year with many blessings to all of our blogging friends.
I am linking my recipe up to Brandie@The Country Cook's Foodie Friday#7.  Come join the fun.


  1. I like how this was written, it definitely got me to thinking about Santa's cookies. There is one little one left in the extended family (2 year old) that keeps us on our toes about Santa! Great array of cookies you have here, Santa will be pleased stopping by your house.
    I wish you and your family a wonderful holiday and Merry Christmas!

  2. Ahh, Becky...I would love to be Santa's helper in your house this Christmas. Everything is so the hot chocolate with the huge marshmallows, so comforting and Bailey look happy, and "chilling" out!
    Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!

  3. I would love to be there having a cup of cocoa enjoying these festive cookies, but a beautifully done tray just beautiful! Merry Christmas many many thanks for all your support in 2011 looking forward to our blogging friendship in 2012~ Happy New Year!

  4. Tina,
    You are lucky to have a little one in your family for Christmas. I hope that you and your famliy have the best of holidays.

    Elisabeth-Bailey does a lot of "chilling out", the life of a dog.

    Have a wonderful Christmas with your family!

  5. Claudia- I have been baking quite a bit for me, but you amaze me, all of the foods that you have made, plus working retail. I admire you so much. I, too am looking forward to all of your blogs in 2012.

  6. You reminded me we need to leave a dish of cookies for Santa tonight. They all look delicious:)Merry Christmas sweet friend xx

  7. Merry Christmas! All of those sweets look soooo good. If I was Santa, I'd want them all! :)

  8. Lora-I'm sure that you have lots of yummy cookies to leave for Santa. Thank you for your sweet comments. Merry Christmas!

    Lindsey-Merry Christmas to you and your family!

  9. I wish I was Santa!!!!! You've been busy!!!
    Hug to Baily from my two fluff balls!!!

  10. People celebrate Christmas zealously and prepare so many good things to make it memorable. Making candies, cookies, and sweet dishes are top of the menu, people try their best to make the most delicious food on Christmas. Secondly, people love to visit new and famous places to celebrate their Christmas 2023 amazingly. On the day all the places get decorated beautifully and spectacular fireworks are all over the city.


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