Wednesday, December 21, 2011

4 days of Christmas..See what Mrs. Claus is cooking

Let's see what Mrs. Claus is cooking up for Santa, the elves, and reindeer this year..

Northpole kitchen - The elves and I are baking some wonderful holiday treats. We have collected some of our favorite holiday recipes in my special cookbook. Just click on me or my cookbook below to take a look. Perfect for the little ones!

Claus' cookbook - Get a sneak peak at the Claus' cookbook!  Perfect for the little ones!

Kraft's holiday how to center - Want to know how to create a Christmas confection? Check out this Kraft site...we know Mrs. Claus does!

Family Fun - Has some cute Christmas cooking ideas from appetizers to main dishes. Also check out Christmas cookies for little hands from Family Fun. 

Kid's cooking corner on about - Great ideas for snowflake cupcakes and Christmas tree pizza!  

Christmas cooking for kids - Here is a great idea for a kid to cook up their favorite tasty Christmas confections and give them as gifts! 

Recommended Recipe sites:

"Christmas Cookies date back to medieval times as well as to various regions and countries. Some believe that the Gingerbread cookie, or the German Lubkuchen, was the first known traditional Christmas Cookie. Sugar type cookies descended from England. The original Animal Crackers were the first edible Christmas Tree Ornament's. The earliest American Christmas Cookies came to us compliments of the Dutch in the early 1600's." - Christmas cookie lore


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