White Chocolate Christmas Cookies

Tis the season to do lots of baking! So here is another recipe for you. These are some semi-homemade sugar cookies that I made for a pot luck lunch last week. They are super easy and really yummy!

Here is what you need:

1. Package of break and bake sugar cookies. (You could get fancy and make some from scratch, but I didn't have time)

2. Nestle Toll House white chocolate chips

3. Red sprinkles

4. Green sprinkles

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Step 1. Bake the cookies according to the package.

Step 2. Sprinkle the cookies with the red sprinkles while they are still warm so that the sprinkles will stick.

Step 3. Melt the white chocolate chips. Be careful not to burn them! (I did for the first batch and had to start over, oops)

STep 4. Dip half of the cookie into the melted chocolate.

Then sprinkle the chocolate with the green sprinkles! (Put them in the fridge for a little while so that the chocolate will harden)

Yum! Merry Christmas

Christmas Pretzel Treats

Welcome to my first EVER cooking post! (Don't get too used to it, haha, I really do enjoy cooking, but I do not plan on posting regular recipes) However, this recipe was just too YUMMY and too EASY not to share.

I like to call these my Christmas Pretzel Treats.

Dont these look good? Here is what you will need:

1. Bag of pretzels. (I use these square ones because they don't let the chocolate melt through too much)

2. Hershey's Kisses (holiday Candy Cane)

3. Baking sheet

(Prep and cook time: 20 minutes tops)

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Step 1. Lay the pretzels on the baking sheet until most of the sheet is covered (or until you have as many as you want)

Step 2. Unwrap the kisses and place 1 Kiss on each pretzel. This step is literally the only time consuming part since it takes a little effort to unwrap every candy.

Next, heat the oven to about 350 degrees.

Once you have all of the candies placed on the pretzels put the pan in the oven for about 2 minutes. You don't want the candy to really melt, it just needs to get soft. Once the candy is soft, take the pan out of the oven and quickly place another pretzel on each candy making a "sandwich."

Thats it! These are so easy and festive! They would be a really easy snack to send to school with kids or take to a last minute party.