Growing up, I had grown up around cookies.
I remember my family having their cookies made before christmas and I remember getting a box of my dad’s cookies from the store.
I remember my dad making his cookies before Christmas and I don’t remember ever wanting to eat them.
As we get older, I can’t seem to stop thinking about cookies and their importance to my life.
When I’m looking at pictures of my parents and my family from the 1980s, I think about the cookies they make for Christmas.
Growing up, my mom and dad used to make a whole stack of cookies each year.
They were so hard to make, but it was so rewarding.
They weren’t big and fluffy, but they were always good.
And they were delicious.
My grandma would always make a batch of her grandma’s cookies, then bring them home to give to me and my brothers and sisters for Christmas each year, which made me think of my family’s traditions.
They’d make cookies for me, but my mom would make my cookies.
But it’s not about the ingredients anymore.
It’s about the story behind the cookies.
When you’re a kid, cookies are a big part of your Christmas.
They’re a reminder of the year you grew up.
When you’re in your teens, cookies can be very difficult to resist.
How do you make cookies and celebrate your birthday?
If you’re reading this article, it’s probably because you’re new to cookies.
You’re new, and you’re probably unsure of how to make cookies at home.
There are many different types of cookies you can make, and if you don’t know what you’re doing, you’ll probably have to figure it out on your own.
These homemade cookies can make for a great gift, or a great time-saver for a family gathering.
I love to make these cookies because I think it reminds me of Christmas.
It reminds me to be the one who comes up with the ideas and it reminds us to be thankful for the gift we receive each year and celebrate with friends and family.
In today’s post, I’m sharing how I make homemade cookies.
It also has some tips on how to get the best cookie.
I hope you’ll join me as I share my Christmas tradition.