Friday, December 9, 2016

The Holidays // cookie box

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Cookie Boxes, hands down is my most favorite part of Christmas. I love coming up with a new assortment each year, anything goes from cookies, to truffles to little dessert bars + bites. I always inlcude a combination of homemade and semi homemade treats. Think chocolate dipped Oreos with sprinkles, chocolate dipped apricots with pistachios, white chocolate peppermint cookies.

All these goodies are tucked into a cute little box with a homemade tag tied up with ribbon. I love passing out my tower of cookie boxes to friends and family. 

It is a simple little gift given with lots of love.

Today, I am sharing with you my favorite Holiday Cookies + Treats.

(simply click directly on each recipe title to be brought to the blog post)

Enjoy!


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These Whit Chocolate Cinnamon Macadamia Nut Cookies have made the cut 2 years in a row and I am pretty certain they are making the cut this year too!


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White Chocolate Peppermint Cookies are a favorite of my Sisters and super festive!


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Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies are Justin's favorite Holiday Cookie!


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A little chocolate truffle or homemade candy is always welcome.


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Then a few classic cookies are a must.


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Yum

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