Thursday, November 29, 2007

BFS #10



Part A: Please share your Favorite Christmas/Holiday Cookie Recipe(s)!
Part B: Share a memory, story or tradition about baking any Christmas/Holiday goodies.
Part C: Share a verse that is upon your heart this week.



PART A:
My FAVORITE Christmas/Holiday Cookie Recipe would be a recipe I found off of
Allrecipes
several years ago...and that would be... (I try to make some soon and post a pic)
BEST EVER SOFT GINGERSNAP COOKIES
1 1/2 cup butter or margarine, softened
2 cups sugar
1/2 cup molasses
2 eggs
4 cups flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
4 teaspoons baking soda
2 teaspoons cinnamon*
2 teaspoons cloves*
2 teaspoons ginger*

Cream together butter, sugar, and molasses. Add eggs and mix again. Add the dry ingredients and mix until well blended. Roll into small balls and then roll in sugar. Bake at 375*F for 10-12 minutes. Makes about 6 dozen.

*Can add more to your desired taste

These are great dipped in white almond bark!


PART B:
I have two memories...One memory I have is about those cookies above...When we lived up in WA I made goodie bags for everyone that worked with my dh...one of the things I put in the bag was those cookies. Our friend, Jesse, liked them and I can't remember if he asked for more and I made them a bag full or exactly what...but I remember that somehow Jesse got more...he and Adrienne car pooled to work together and one evening they got stuck in traffic. Adrienne was really hungry and happen to have received a batch of my cookies that day...Mr. Jesse didn't even have a chance...Adrienne ate them all!!! LOL!!!

A FAVORITE Christmas baking memory is when we were living in our RV for a time, and came back to TX while dh had to work in AZ (or was it WA? LOL!!!) We stayed in our RV down the road from some dear friends (the one's I wrote about the other day in Houston). My friend, M, and I decided we would have a baking day. It was SO much fun...we made sure we made lots of cookies and I took lots of pictures! I even threw flour on everyone to make it look like we were hard at work (you know like the old Rice Krispies Treat commercial)






PART C:
A Verse...

Psalm 34:8
Taste and see that the LORD is good; blessed is the man who takes refuge in him.



14 comments:

Renee's Ramblings said...

Wonderful post and great memory! Your cookie recipes sounds wonderful; I'm book marking it to try out soon. Thanks for sharing.

Renee'
http://rmboys2.wordpress.com/

momofmhasr said...

Those pictures are great! I have a recipe that makes soft gingersnaps, they are really chewy! Have a great week.

pottermom said...

great, now I'm hungry. lol

Penless Thoughts said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. Yes, I would be honored for you to add me to your reads and I am bookmarking you, too. Always nice to "meet" a Spirit Filled woman!!!
Susan

Angela said...

OH I LOVE those pictures! Your blog is BEAUTIFUL over here! You're doing great!

((hugs))
Angela
www.homeschoolblogger.com/trustingdaily/

MondaythroughSunday said...

I will have to try those cookies ~ they sound yummy! Like your music..grew up listening to Keith Green and actually worked at his ministry long after he had passed away.

Mamasmurf(Chrissy) said...

Just the kind of cookies we love!!
I think your photos look just great!
~Chrissy

Jenileigh said...

Hey girl! I'm so glad you stopped by!! I added you to my column too. Your page looks great!!

Gina said...

Oh My Goodness! I have to try the gingersnaps! I love them... my grandfather ALWAYS had gingersnaps in the house...

Thanks for sharing your memories... too funny about your DH eating them all!

Gina
www.ginasquietspot.com/reflection

Karen said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog. I like the snowy background you have on your blog! Hope you've had a wonderful day!
Karen
www.homeschoolblogger.com/SALT

Betsy said...

Those cookies sound awesome. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Wow, it sound like you have visited lots of places. My husband travels a lot also, but for the past six or seven months he has been stuck in Atlanta. I loved your memories! Thanks for sharing the gingersnap recipes. My son loves those!
Pam
http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/hip2schoolathome

his bride said...

hey, thanks for your sweet comment. I hope we can keep the connection going. Your blog is alot of fun. hisbride

Jessica said...

Those Ginger Snaps Sound YUMMY. I think I am going to have to give them a try.

I loved the verse you chose, how fitting.

Jessica