30 Day of Christmas Goodies Recipes

Christmas goodies

30 Day of Christmas Goodies Recipes

Some of you know the day after Thanksgiving as Black Friday. My family growing up always called it Turkey Fart Friday. In my household it’s known as the first day of Christmas baking.

I make goodies everyday for 30 days! Some of the favorites are: peanut brittle, caramels, chocolate covered cherry macaroons, and hidden mints. I also make all the traditional goodies and so many, many more.

So what do I do with all these treats? I package them up and give them as gifts for Christmas. My husband takes a few big trays to the Christmas party at work. I give them to the garbage men, mailwoman, neighbors, and of course family. Each year the list grows! This year I am up to about 80 people.
Peanut Brittle
Now you may wonder how I keep it all fresh. That is simple……..the freezer! I bake all cookies first. They freeze well. You can even pull one out and eat it frozen if you want to sneak one. (shhhh don’t tell my family they don’t know this) After cookies I make the hard candies and then fudges. These don’t freeze but will stay fresh in an airtight container.
I bag them up with one of each treat. I always have a wonderful gift for that last minute gift too! Some of the harder cookies and goodies are reserved for special someones! As a child my grandparents always gave handmade gifts. I carry on that tradition with my goodies. It’s a gift from the heart!

This year I am going to share my recipes with you. 30 days of sweets and treats! This year make a few up and give them to someone special! Check back daily for a new recipe from November 23-December 22. So here is my 30 days of Christmas Goodies Recipes

Day 1: Matcha Green Tea Crinkles
Day 2: Orange Chocolate Chunk Cookies
Day 3: Dark Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies
Day 4: Dark Chocolate with Peanut Butter Chips Cookies
Day 5: Brownie Crackles Cookies
Day 6: Pumpkin Dreams
Day 7: Coffee Shortbread Cookies
Day 8: Cranberry Pistachio Shortbread Cookies
Day 9: Cherry Meringue Cookies
Day 10: Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookies
Day 11: Secret Hugs and Kisses Cookies
Day 12: Chocolate dipped Cherry Macaroon Cookies
Day 13: Mint in the Middle Cookies
Day 14: Oatmeal Scotchies Cookies
Day 15: Old fashioned Peanut Butter Cookies
Day 16: Old Fashioned Maple Fudge
Day 17: Peanut Butter Pinwheel Cookies
Day 18: EASY Peppermint Bark Candy
Day 19: Finest Peanut Brittle Candy
Day 20: Chewy, Creamy Caramels
Day 21: Molasses Cookies
Day 22: Buckeyes and Peanut Butter Balls
Day 23: 15 minute EASY Peanut Butter Fudge
Day 24: Butter Crack Candy
Day 25: Eggnog Snickerdoodle Cookies
Day 26: Peppermint Truffles
Day 27: Supreme Rolled Sugar Cookies
Day 28: Anise Hard Candy
Day 29: Gingerbread Men or House

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  1. I do this every year too. I have 23 different cookies in my cookie freezer already. I think it makes wonderful gifts for everyone!!! Happy Holidays!

  2. Can’t wait to try some new cookies this year. Lots of fun getting on with the baking early.

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