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December 03, 2014


alicia king

i love your vintage doilies, i've collected some over the past few years, yay!


I have a very similar recipe. I think the only difference is mine doesn't have the cinnamon. I've already baked mine and their in the freezer. :) I like to use crunchy decorative sugar or sugar in the raw for a little crunch. I like the idea of dipping them too. :) Sherelle, I've been reading your blog since you first started blogging. I read it for the scrapbooking ideas then but still love reading about farming, your gardening, recipes and your precious family! Thank you for sharing with your readers. :)


I will be making these for some cookie exchanges, YUM!


Will be bringing,sorry for the mistake!


My six year old granddaughter has a cookie party every Dec. fifth. She calls it a cookie parade. Her guest bring several differnt cookies to share. I'll be bring these tasty looking cookies. Thank you for the idea and recipe.

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