having song a lot about wassial during christmases past, but never actually done any wassial drinking, i threw a wassial and cookie party this year. friends were invited over for wassial, board games, and holiday cookies. they of course were encouraged to bake goodies or bring board games.
the wassial was an interesting mix of wine, cider, baked apples, cinnamon and of course butter. i baked up peanut-butter blossom cookies, chocolate-chip candy cane cookies, and created some chocolate dipped marshmallows, all i must admit were yum, yum and yum.
mr. raymond showed up with a platter full of baked goods, including a sugar cookie as large as ingrid’s face, pretty impressive for his second attempt at baking
jess arrived with a yummy plate of pumpkin snikerdoodle cookies, yes that is correct pumpkin snikerdoodles. friends these cookies were savory yet sweet moist with just the right amount of crispness. this girl knows how to bake.
the wassial started to pour and the conclusion was that rum was needed. then the board games were busted out. by the second passing of the rum bottle and lets just say the clue game became very series.
RECIPE: CHOCOLATE-CHIP CANDY CANE COOKIES
makes 2 dozen
1 bag sugar cookie mix
1/2 cup chocolate chips
1/2 cup broken up candy canes
1/2 tsp peppermint extract
6-8 drops red food coloring
1/2 cup butter, softened
*mix cookie mix, butter, extract, food coloring, and egg in a bowl. mix until soft dough forms. stir in chocolate chips and candy cane pieces. the easiest way to form cookies to make small balls of dough. place balls of dough about 2 inches apart because the dough does expand while baking, bake at 350 for 8-10 minutes.
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These look really good! I might have to copy down the recipe for future use at our Plantation Bed and Breakfast! You should consider entering our First Annual Cookie Contest this month! You could win $100 and become the Official Cookie at Belle Grove Plantation Bed and Breakfast, Birthplace of James Madison!