on 21-12-2019 14:11
Chirstmas biscuits are a great snack to have not only at Christmas-time, but throughout December, all of Winter, or anytime from the moment the days start getting shorter until the air warms up again ahead of Spring. Whether it's baking them or eating them, they come in all shapes and flavours!
Below are just a couple of the different ones that I could think of:
- Gingerbread cookies
- Sugar cookies
- Santa's Trash cookies
- Thumbprint cookies
- Peanut butter blossoms
- Snowball cookies
- Speculoos cookies
- Lebkuchen cookies
- Gingersnap cookies
And the list just goes on and on ...
What's your go-to Christmas cookie?
Don't worry if it's not on the above list
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21-12-2019 18:40 - edited 21-12-2019 18:41
I don’t have a go to biscuit but i always remember that red box of biscuits ... Family Circle, I think they were called.. all rank but good for a nibble when all the good stuff was gone!
Can’t remember seeing them of late... do they still exist?
on 21-12-2019 19:08
I'm fairly sure I've seen them lately. Only the chocolate or the jam cream were worth nibbling.
on 21-12-2019 19:52
on 21-12-2019 20:29
on 21-12-2019 20:45
My all time favourites but I'm not sure anyone will remember them from my childhood....Sherbourne biscuits....
on 21-12-2019 20:48
Custard creams and malted milk biscuits
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