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Snowy Day Family Fun

What do you do when you’re snowbound?  Well, make cookies, of course!

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(Um.  WHAT is that vacuum cleaner doing in my Norman Rockwell moment?)

And then eat the evidence.

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At least C stops to admire her creation before popping it in her mouth.

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And guess who’s the third child?  Doesn’t she look so proud of herself?

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There are even a few left to enjoy tomorrow.

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You may notice a plethora of circles and very few recognizable objects.  We couldn’t find our cookie cutters.  After looking high and low and lower still, we gave up and decided to use a biscuit cutter.  I even cut a few free-hand.  The trees are a little funky, but I make a pretty mean candy cane, if I do say so myself.

The recipe can be found here.  This year I used coconut oil in place of Crisco, and they turned out great!

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  1. Very nice! I love sugar cookies. And you did a fabulous job doing that free hand. I could have totally lent you our cookie cutters, we have what seems to be hundreds. I think they multiply like rabbits every year! LOL
    Blessings,
    Kim

  2. The cookies look great! I also loved C’s sweatshirt of Ocean City, NJ…that’s where I grew up! Actually, I’m from Egg Harbor Township but spent most of my time in OC. Hope you have a wonderful Christmas!

  3. Oh, Jo-Lynn, how you tease! I’ve not had one sugary thing (not even fruit) since the 30th of November! It was WICKED hard in the beginning, but has gotten a lot easier. But still, those looks so friggin’ good.

    :–)

  4. We recently made sugar cookies too. My 3-year-old was oh-so-sad when we rolled out the last bit of dough. She had so much fun with those cookie cutters! 🙂

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