Thursday, November 18, 2010

Mistletoe Make & Bake Blog Tour Day 4

This year I found Gooseberry Patch Christmas 2010.

Absolutely love it!
I want to make the Frosted jars!!
 I wish there were more hours in the day.
Do you have a go to Holiday book or craft book??
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If you have lots of time on your hands this holiday season ;)
You could try my Chocolate Crinkles.

Download the recipe HERE!
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53 comments:

Wendy said...

You are so funny! Time, on our hands ... oh, I am so going to have to do a blog post picture with that humorous picture :) Thank you for sharing, Vickie! Love your magazine!!

SewCalGal said...

Cute. Yummy recipe.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Martina said...

Thanks for the recipe! Sounds yummy!Will see if I find some time somewhere...lol! Great magazine. I do sometimes buy christmascrafts magazines with ideas to make together with our kids.

Suzanne said...

Love the candy canes on the chocolate cake.. So cute

BobbiD said...

My go-to is a lrage tin box stuffed with all the favorite and old family recipes. Time to put them in a book! Thanks for the recipes!

Polly said...

I'm looking for that magazine! Thanks for the recipe!

Vickie said...

Oh! I love Gooseberry Patch! They are one of my favorites! Thanks for sharing!

Beth said...

Children to roll the little balls are a necessary ingredient in these cookies!

gmp said...

I love all the Goose Berry Patch cookbooks, and especailly the special magazine issues that they come out with during the holiday. Thanks for sharing your cookie recipe.

Melissa said...

I also wish that there were more hours in the day. Just about every day I wish that :)

JessicaSews said...

Day 4! Thank you!

That is a good book!
We keep Ina's cookbook out, every year we have a cooking contest and the kids have be come quite the cooks because of it!
Have a great day!

MIss Sherry said...

Crinkles, you just want to make them because the name is fun to say!

Karenkayw said...

I love Gooseberry Patch. I have their books back to the year 2002 thanks to my mom!

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

Recipe looks yummy! Thanks for sharing. I'm curious about the Frosted Jars.

Madame Samm said...

mmm my fav cookbook still remains my Nanny's, she gave us all a copy before she passed...it is called SWEET things..and that she was...crinkles. I do love and it was certainly one of my Nan's fav..sew in her memory I am baking some today..ty.

Jen said...

Thank you for the cookie recipe. I love Gooseberry Patch and have a couple of older years books around here somewhere

Karen said...

The Chocolate Crinkles sound delicious and every holiday craft book. The Christmas Story is the one we read for the grand kids on Christmas Eve.

kerrynjane said...

We make these cookies every year...my sister's are the best! Thanks for sharing your recipes.

Grandma Shell said...

And yet another new-to-me cookie. Great!
I was hoping that was the Gooseberry Patch edition I have but, alas, min is the 10th addniversay edition. Now I'll have to go sob for awhile LOL Just kidding!

Christie said...

I just got this Bookazine! And I love the frosted jars too. I have a ton of Gooseberry's cookbooks and even more of their Country Friends Collections! I used to make these choc. crinkles all the time when I was younger - they do take a lot of time, but, are well worth it. Thanks for sharing. HUGS... and stitches

Brenda said...

These would be so good with a cold glass of milk. Can't wait to make them.

Texana said...

Thanks for another positively yummy sounding recipe...I have seen these cookies around, but have never made any...That's about to change!

cam said...

So when can we expect the book containing all these recipes and ideas? LOL! Thanks for sharing. carolyn marzstars@msn.com

bairdmtn said...

I have all the Gooseberry Patch Christmas books, too! Wouldn't be Christmas with out them!! Thank you for your recipe! Can't wait to try them!!

deb said...

I just Love looking at the Gooseberry Books I have a few of them They have the nices thing in them and cool recipes too. Your recipes are great and Want to say Thank You for the Hop at the busy time of year on top of it

Pat said...

This looks like a great recipe to try-thanks.

Cynthia said...

LOVE Gooseberry books - I even OWN a couple of them, didn't know about the Christmas one. Oh, no...thanks for the recipe!

Diane Pruitt said...

Best book ever, Gooseberry Patch, to add to ones library...

baukje said...

Don't know that magazine, in France there are other's. ELLE NOËL. Thanks for the recipe.

DutchQuilter said...

I have to go find the Gooseberry Patch Christmas book now. It looks great. Thanks for the recipe.

ally said...

My daughter loves the gooseberry patch recipe books, and thats what she requested for Christmas. Now I will have to find her one as well as one for myself. Thanks for the great recipe.

Pat said...

Vicki,
Like you I am short on time. Would like to do a lot more than I do but then go back to the reality of I can only do what I can do without driving myself crazy.

Thankful~Threads said...

That looks like a wonderful Gooseberry Patch book. Thanks for the recipe. ~Kathleen

Sandielynn said...

I keep saying that I need to try these books! Maybe this will be the year!

JANET said...

gooseberry patch is the best.love the recipe

Patti said...

I LOVE Gooseberry Patch books - I must look for this new one. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

Barb said...

Gooseberry Patch! I love their ideas :) Isn't it wonderful how many creative people there are in this world!

Gretchen said...

I'll have to check out the book! Thanks for another great recipe!

Marilyn said...

Like the mix of quilting, crafts and cooking in the Gooseberry books!

Lina said...

I've been collecting the Gooseberry Patch books since they first started coming out. Thank you for the recipe.

mascanlon said...

Thanks for the recipe, we are a sucker for cookies at my house! And gooseberry, another wonderul inspiration source. mascanlon49 at hotmail.com

Liz said...

Gooseberry Patch books are great! Thanks for the recipe!

schmidt1016 said...

If it tastes good, it's worth the effort. And I'm sure these cookies taste great.
I've been on the look-out for Gooseberry Patch 2010, but haven't had any luck yet.

Leslie S. in MN
esclante at comcast dot net

Mrs. DillyDally said...

Chocolate is our favorite food group up here in Alaska! Thanks!

Darlene B said...

Another great recipe.... :)

Cindi said...

I don't have a Christmas book, but have you seen One Yard Wonders? So many ideas!

Cindy said...

Yum. Thanks for the recipe!

Marcia said...

Chocolate crinkles - I love chocolate in cookies. Thanks for the recipe.

MoeWest said...

No, I don't have nearly enough time on my hands! My job interferes with my hobbies.

Stephanie M said...

Love Gooseberry Patch!!
Thanks for the recipe!

Carol in E TN said...

I am going to try to find this book!

ytsmom said...

I love Gooseberry Patch too! Lots of fun things in those books.

Sharon W said...

My mom used to make these every Christmas. The memories start flooding my mind. Thanks.