Wednesday, September 16, 2009

What do you mean it's not Christmas yet?

I love Christmas.
I love cookies.
I love planning my Christmas Cookie Exchange party.
This year will be the second time I have hosted one. I can't wait.
I've got a few cookie recipes to try out.
The first one is a cranberry and white chocolate biscuit recipe involving one of my all time favourite ingredients, condensed milk.
This recipe yields a lot of biscuits. It would work very well if you needed to bake for a school fete. They are really yummy with a semi-crisp shell but a soft and crumbly centre which is owed mostly to the condensed milk.
The cranberries and white chocolate work well together and give the biscuit a very festive look. If I go with this recipe I will drizzle each biscuit with melted milk chocolate, maybe with sugar sprinkles too.
I think a decoration trial will be in order soon too.


George@CulinaryTravels said...

Those cookies look perfect for anytime of year.

Cakelaw said...

What a great idea to host a Christmas cookie exchange. My friends don't bake so sadly I have to bake alone.