Posted: 1/12/2008 2:53:50 PM
My sister-in-law always made these at Christmas for our nephew. He absolutely loved these cookies. One Christmas when he was about 6 years old she made a batch of these cookies. She left the cookies to cool and our little nephew pulled the kisses off the cookies. When she returned to box the cookies, she found dozens of cookies with no kisses. Needless to say, she was a little upset but she still makes these at Christmas. He is in his thirties now but these remain a family favorite. We never let him forget and he still pulls the kisses off the top before he eats the cookie!!!
Joyve K said:
Posted: 1/11/2008 9:22:02 PM
This is one of the best ones. Easy to make and everyone loves them. Keep up the good work.%0d%0a%0d%0aJoyce
Posted: 12/20/2007 9:27:18 AM
These cookies are a necessity on the cookie platter for Christmas! They turn out perfect everytime.
Posted: 12/17/2007 2:10:37 PM
I, too, have fond memories of making these with my mother, often at Christmas time. I have passed the tradition down to my children, who are young adults, and these days they are a "must" for our Christmas celebrations. Perhaps they will one day make them for their own children.
To make them more festive for the holidays, we roll them in red or green sugar or in red and green sugars mixed together.
Posted: 10/23/2006 8:35:12 AM
I remember making these cookies as a child with my mother; and now my children love to make them with me. They always turn out perfect and have that easy to accomplish "wow" factor. A perfect recipe to hand down from generation to generation.