25 Christmas Cookie Recipes That Will Knock Your Stockings Off

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25 Christmas cookie recipes

I was going to ramble on about how I was so helpful creating this list of awesomely delicious cookies so you would have a whole slew of recipes to bake up and gift to friends and neighbors. But just between you and me, these recipes are for you to eat. And me to eat. I mean, I eat more than I gift. Seriously though, these recipes are so freakin yummy that I can’t help it. I lose all self control around the holidays and I just can’t stop baking cookies. And eating them.

Peanut Butter and  Nutella Cookies

So my mission this year is to only eat 1 {ahem, or 2} from each batch. Now let’s say I bake all 25 of  my favorite recipes below. If I average 1 {ahem, 2} per batch, that means I will only have consumed 25 {50-AHH!} cookies between now and Christmas. Now if I divide that by the number of days until Christmas and factor in the cookies gifted to me, and then subtract all calories {since they don’t count around the holidays}, I think my equation leads to the very perfect amount of cookies to days ratio. Give or take a dozen.

Chewy Reeses Stuffed Monster Cookies

The New Kids on the Block:

My most recent cookie creations. They might be newbies, but their level of deliciousness suggests they’ll be around a long time.

Cornmeal-Cranberry Cookies

Homemade Cherry-Pistachio Nougat

Chocolate-Dipped Macadamia Cookies

Chewy Reese’s Stuffed Monster Cookies

Cashew Almond Bars

Nutella No Bake Cookies

Pretzel Cookies with Chocolate & Peanut Butter Chips

Salted Chocolate Pretzel Bark

gingerbread cookie recipe

Oldies But Goodies:

These bad boys are staples. I can’t not include them.

Gingersnaps

The Best Chocolate Chip Cookies

Sugar Cookies

Snickerdoodles

Gingerbread Men

Peanut Butter Blossoms

Hershey's Secret Kiss Snowball Cookies

Chocolate Lovers Dream:

They have chocolate in them. Therefore, they are awesome.

Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Mint Chocolate Delights

Hershey’s Secret Kiss Snowball Cookies

Black Bottom Brownie Bites

Chocolate Chip Cookies with Almonds, Cranberries and Coconut

Chocolate Peanut Butter Shortbread Squares

Last But Not Least:

It’s possible I saved the best for last. You might just have to try them to see for yourself.

Chocolate Pistachio Tea Cookies

Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies

Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars

Seven Layer Bars Recipe

Meyer Lemon Cardamom Crinkle Cookies

Chocolate Peanut Butter Shortbread Squares

S’mores Cookies

Pizzelle Cookies Dipped in Chocolate and Peppermint

 

Looking for more cookie recipes? Check out my Cookie Board on Pinterest.

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Separate Meals for Everyone in the Family?

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Chicken and Lentil Soup

Do you still sit down as a family for a meal every night?  Do you all eat the same thing?  According to an article I read on treehugger.com recently, less kids are eating the same food as their parents at mealtimes.  And, according to studies, the result is that kids are…drum roll, please…getting fatter and more unhealthy.   Surprise, surprise.

I wonder when people started making separate dinners for their kids? When I was growing up if you didn’t like what was served for dinner… too bad for you.  I do think part of it, to be fair, is that parents AND kids are busy, and eat out a lot more than they did when I was younger.  At the restaurant, everyone orders what they want, and the kid’s menu is usually nutritionally devoid.  As a result, kidcentric food kind of has become the norm.  Somehow, it has gotten in our heads that kids only like chicken nuggets and pizza.

I totally think that if kids eat at home regularly {and get hungry enough}, though, they will like lots of other things…or at least that’s how it has worked with my kids.  Don’t get me wrong, Monkey Boy will still down a bag of Doritos in one breath, but he’ll also eat most of what I make with zero complaint.  Which is good, because I make one meal, and one meal only.  I’ve never wanted to be a short-order cook.  We had a one bite rule in our house when the kids were younger.  They had to take one bite, and if they didn’t like it, no worries, they could wait until the next meal for something hopefully tastier.

The article cited a study in Scotland that found that only about 71% of the kids they surveyed ate the same food as their parents.  That means in 30% of the households, kids are getting separate meals…sounds exhausting.  I get making a couple of different sides, so that kids have some choices, but past that, no way.

What do you think, am I stuck in my ways, or is making a separate meal sound like a lot of unnecessary extra work?

~Mavis

Recipe for Chicken and Lentil Soup

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DIY Christmas – Turn an Old Sweater Into a Stocking

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Turn an Old Sweater Into a Stocking

Vintage is in, and there is nothing more vintage than re-purposing an old sweater into old-timey Christmas stockings.  It’s a perfect way to use an old sweater that is still in perfect condition, but the cut has gone out of style.  Plus, they look like a “fun, old-fashioned, family Christmas,” that even Clark Griswold would be proud of.  {Incidentally, it’s a pretty easy project, so don’t let the idea intimidate you.}

Turn an Old Sweater Into a Stocking

You’ll Need:

A sweater
Sewing machine
Thread
Needle
Straight pins
Scissors
Ribbon {optional}

DIY Christmas - Turn an Old Sweater Into a Stocking

Directions:

Make a pattern out of a paper grocery bag, wrapping paper, newspaper…just whatever  you have on hand.  You can trace the pattern from another stocking, or go free-hand.

Lay the sweater out flat and pin the pattern to the sweater.  If you have a big enough sweater, you should be able to get 2 stockings out of it, so make sure to pin the pattern to the one side of the sweater, and then repeat on the other side.

Cut the sweater out along your pattern.  I recommend cutting through both sides of the sweater so that you will have two identical stockings to sew together, but if for some reason you didn’t have your Wheaties this morning, you can tackle them one at a time.

DIY Christmas - Turn an Old Sweater Into a Stocking

Unpin the pattern from the cut-out stocking and then pin the two stocking cut-outs together.  If you cut through both the front and back of the sweater, the cut-outs should already line up perfectly.

DIY Christmas - Turn an Old Sweater Into a Stocking

Now, comes the technical part, sew the two pieces together.  Sew in about 1/2 inch from the edge of the stocking–when you flip the stocking right-side out after sewing, the 1/2″ seem will help it hold its form.  I’m sure this goes without saying, but make sure to leave the top of the stocking open {I’ve been known to get a little stitch happy and check out mentally, only to find I’ve sewn something I shouldn’t have.}.

DIY Christmas - Turn an Old Sweater Into a Stocking

Once you have sewn and right-sided the stocking, you can attach a hanger by either using an additional folded over and hemmed scrap of the sweater or a looped ribbon.  Hand stitch it into the top corner of the open part of the stocking.

Turn an Old Sweater Into a Stocking

Ta-Da!  It’s Christmas magic.  Now hang it up, throw out some tinsel, and help yourself to the eggnog.

Merry Christmas,

~ Mavis

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Easy Christmas Crafts For Kids Using Common Household Decorations

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Yesterday I stopped by New Day Northwest with my favorite sidekicks Ryder and Emmy {Girly Girls kiddos} and shared a few easy peasy Christmas crafts for kids with Margaret Larson. It’s amazing what you can do with a few empty toilet paper rolls, a couple of paper bags and some old pasta jars. Press play to watch the video above or watch it HERE.

Happy Wednesday!

~Mavis

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Free Kindle Books, Razor Scooters, V-Tec Toys 50% off, Tim Federle, Recipes and More

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Yesterday I stopped by New Day Northwest {I’ll post the video soon} for a live segment on Easy Kids’ Christmas Crafts and guess who was on right before us? Tim Federle!! This guy is amazing. Tim is not only an award-winning American writer and former Broadway dancer but he is very witty. It was fun to watch him promote his new book Hickory Daiquiri Dock: Cocktails with a Nursery Rhyme Twist {which by the way would be a GREAT hostess gift} with the show’s host, Margaret Larson. Good times. :)

Have a great Wednesday everyone,

Mavis

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This Fred and Friends Drink-Up Carafe and Glass for $13.38 would be great for the guest room or as a hostess gift.

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And for the hubby… “You Are the Luckiest Guy in the World. I Would Love to Be Married to Me” Mug is available for $13 shipped from Nordstrom. :) I should totally get this for the HH. There’s even a mug for your Mother.

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Are you making up batches of jam as gifts this year? Maybe you should try making this amazing Cinnamon Cranberry Pear Sauce instead. If you gift it early enough, your friends and family could serve it up with their Christmas ham! Get the recipe HERE or find more Christmas recipes on my Christmas Pinterest Board.

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Cornmeal-Cranberry Cookies

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Cornmeal-Cranberry Cookies

Have you ever thought to use cornmeal in your cookies? Apparently Martha has, so I totally trusted her and tried it. Because seriously, has Martha ever steered you wrong when it comes to cookies. No? Me neither. Her cookie recipes take the cake {or the cookie I guess}. Anyway, these little shortbread-like cookies aren’t too sweet so they were perfect to dip in my tea!

dried cranberries

Ingredients

1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup yellow cornmeal
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/8 teaspoon salt
6 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 large egg
1 teaspoon grated orange zest
1/4 cup dried cranberries, finely chopped

Cornmeal-Cranberry Cookies

Directions

Mix flour, cornmeal, baking powder, and salt together in a medium mixing bowl. Using an electric or stand mixer, cream butter and sugar together on medium-high until fluffy, about 2 minutes. While mixer is still on, pour in vanilla, egg, and orange zest, and beat just until combined. Turn mixer down to low and pour in flour. Mix until combined. Stir in cranberries.

Transfer dough to a lightly floured surface and form into a log 8 inches long and 2 inches wide. Wrap dough in parchment paper and shape it into a rectangle by flattening the top and sides with your hands. Twist ends of parchment to seal. Refrigerate at least 1 hour.

Preheat oven to 350 F. Line baking sheets with parchment paper or use silpats. Slice dough into 1/4 inch thick discs, rotating log 1/4 turn after each slice. Place 1/2 inch apart on baking sheets. Bake 10-12 minutes or until firm, rotating sheets halfway through. Let cookies cool completely.

Looking to get your cookie fix? Check out more Cookie Recipes.

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How to Remove Candle Wax from Jars

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How to Remove Candle Wax from JarsDo you ever reuse the jars your candles come in?  I like to remove the old wax and pop in a new candle, or use the jar for storing little items {like bobby pins in the bathroom, nails on the HH’s workbench, or paper clips in my office drawer}.  Removing the wax is actually pretty easy, so it makes it totally worth it.

How to Remove Candle Wax from Jars

Here’s a couple of different methods to try:

  1. For my Glade candles, I usually just put them in the freezer and a couple of hours later, the wax pops right out.
  2. Fill the jar with boiling hot water.  The wax will liquefy and float up to the top.  Let the floating wax cool for 15 or 20 minutes then fish it out with your fingers.  Some might still be stuck on the side or bottom, but a butter knife will literally make it pop right out.  Repeat the boiling hot water step, let it sit for 5 minutes, then dump the water out and wipe the jar clean with a paper towel.

How to Remove Candle Wax from JarsIf the candle has a label, I have found the best way to get it off is just to let the jar sit in hot soapy water for several hours.  Don’t be tempted to peel at the label first, somehow this makes it impossible to get the residue off.  Just put it in the water and walk away.  A couple of hours later, it will fall right off.  It’s all very scientific.

If you are super crafty, you can save all of your leftover wax.  I don’t typically, but there are literally a million potential re-uses for it {okay, maybe not a million, but lots}.

~Mavis

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Giveaway: Hydrofarm JumpStart T5 Grow Light System

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grow-lights1I know that when the weather turns cold and the ground starts to freeze, many people stop thinking about their gardens. I’m just the opposite. I go into full on planning mode, because I know I have the ability to start seeds indoors even when it’s freezing outside, using my very favorite grow light: the Hydrofarm Jump Start T5 Grow Light System.

grow lights seedlings

Well Christmas has come early for one lucky reader because I’ve teamed up with the cool peeps at Hydrofarm.com to give one away. That’s right! You have a chance to win your very own Hydrofarm Jump Start T5 Grow Light System. In case you’ve never heard of the T5 System, here’s a rundown of the coolest features:

  • Light system for starting seeds, propagating cuttings, and growing indoor flowers and houseplants
  • Feather-touch height-adjustment mechanism raises or lowers fixture easily; energy efficient
  • Premium-quality ETL-listed fluorescent fixture with wide reflector provides maximum coverage
  • T5 high output grow light fixture and bulb. 6′ grounded cord with on/off switch
  • System measures approximately 50 by 18 by 31 inches and comes with a full 1-year warranty

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The Jump Start T5 System is great starter system for someone just starting to explore the world of indoor gardening and raising their own plants from seed, or for a seasoned vet. I’ve tried many grow lights and but I always go back to my T5! It’s the only grow light I use to start all my seeds indoors. And now it can be yours!

indoor grow light set up

WHAT YOU WIN:

A Hydrofarm JSV4 4-Foot Jump Start T5 Grow Light System

HOW YOU WIN IT:

Life’s pretty complicated sometimes, so I like to keep things simple around here. You have FIVE ways to enter: 1 required and 4 bonus entries. That means you can leave a total of FIVE comments below for FIVE awesome chances to win.

1. *REQUIRED ENTRY* If you won the Hydrofarm Jump Start T5 System, what would be the first thing you would start to grow? Leave a comment below letting us know your answer.

2. *BONUS ENTRY*  Do you like/friend/follow me yet? Pick one or all and like me/follow me/subscribe to me via one of these forms of social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, PinterestYouTube and/or Google+! Leave a comment below with the name of the site you followed, ie. “liked you on Facebook and Instagram.” Only 1 comment/entry regardless of if you follow me on all 6 sites. Which you totally should anyway.

3. *BONUS ENTRY*  Start spreading the news. Share this giveaway with your peeps via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and/or Google+! If you don’t do the social media thing, just send out an old fashioned email about this awesome giveaway. Leave a comment below letting me know how you shared it.

4. *BONUS ENTRY*  Head on over to my Facebook page and leave a comment on one of the posts or pictures there. Come back here and leave a comment below letting me know which post or picture you commented on.

5. *BONUS ENTRY*  Subscribe to my daily emailed newsletter. It’s an easy peasy way to make sure you don’t miss a thing. Plus, I’m way too busy gardening to spam you, so your email address is safe with me. Leave a comment below letting me know you subscribed.

THE FINE PRINT:

5 entries per person/ip address. If you cheat, you will totally be disqualified.

*** This prize can only ship within the continental U.S.

This giveaway ends Sunday December 21st, 2014 and the winners will be announced in the Monday December 22nd, 2014 edition of Mornings with Mavis. You will be notified via email and have 48 hours to claim your prize. Prize will be forfeited within 48 hours.

Good Luck! I hope you win.

Peace Out Girl Scouts!

Mavis

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10 Ideas for Giving Experiences Instead of Gifts

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10 Ideas for Giving Experiences Instead of Gifts

When we moved, I totally decluttered.  I got rid of perfectly good stuff–but it was just that…stuff.  Stuff we didn’t use, stuff we didn’t need, stuff that was just for decoration, stuff that we used, but only so rarely that it wasn’t worth the space it was taking up.  Stuff, stuff, stuff.  It was overwhelming to think about the money that was spent on stuff and the time it took to maintain all of it.

Don’t get me wrong, stuff is awesome, if it makes your life easier {like my kitchen stuff or my laptop}, but now that the holidays are here, and decluttering is still fresh on my mind, I have a new outlook on gift-giving.  Why spend hard-earned money on stuff people probably don’t need?  This year, I am all about experiences and consumables as gifts.In the long run, it gives people memories–and not extra work.  If you’re on board with the experience giving “experience” :) , here are are few ideas to get you started:

  1. Gift cards to a movie theater.  Going to the movies on a Friday night is totally a luxury around here, because, well, movies are ridiculously expensive {and I really have a hard time watching one without being in jammies :) }.  A gift card to the movies is like a guilt-free pass to enjoy a movie on the big screen without having to take out a second mortgage.
  2. Gift cards to a local restaurant.  Stimulate your local economy, encourage the receiver to experience a new place, AND give someone a night off from the kitchen…it’s gift-giving harmony.
  3. Tickets to a concert, show or play.  This one is pretty self-explanatory…and odds are, your receiver wouldn’t justify dishing out the cash, but will have an amazing time on your dime.
  4. Give lessons for something.  Contact a piano teacher, golf instructor, physical trainer, cooking school, etc. and arrange for lessons for the people you love.  You will give them a new or honed skill, and they will always have you to thank for the results.
  5. Give the gift of Amazon Prime.  They will have access to tons of free movies, a free ebook once a month, and free shipping {if they decide to use it}.  They can start their own Friday Night at the Movies at no cost to them.
  6. Give sporting event tickets.  If you have a sports fan in your life, and a professional or semi-professional team in the area, the chance to see them live will make their day.
  7. Pay for their hobby.  Kind of obscure, I know, but if they love camping, gift them a campsite rental.  If they love running {try not to judge them} pay for their entry into a local race.  The possibilities are endless on this one.
  8. Give them an annual membership to a local museum, zoo, or botanical garden.  Let them enjoy your gift all year long.
  9. For a bigger gift, try a vacation.  Instead of stuff, get the family a vacation.  Sure, it will be a delayed cash-in, but the memories you’ll make together will totally outweigh the Christmas day lack of stuff.
  10. Homemade coupons for services.  These can be borderline lame, but if you give a service that is really worth it, they totally pay off.  Give the kids a “get out of dishes” coupon.  Younger kids love the idea that they have total control over that sort of stuff.

What are the BEST experiences you’ve been gifted?

~Mavis

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Free Kindle Books, Man Gifts, Omaha Steaks, Pea Coats, Chocolate Chips, Recipes and More

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Happy Tuesday! If you are a local be sure to tune into a New Day Northwest today around 11am. I’ll be on tv with Margaret Larson talking about Upcycled Holiday crafts. Yee-Haw. You’ll be amazed at what I can do with some cardboard toilet paper holders… Ha Ha Ha. ;)

Also, check out this white vanity I picked up at The Home Depot yesterday. It was the last one left {and a display model} and so I was able to get an additional $110 off the original price. Not to shabby if you ask me. Now I just need to get the boys to install it before she comes home this weekend.

Have a wonderful Tuesday,

Mavis

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Need a gift or a stocking stuffer for the Handyman or Handywoman on you list? These Stanley Tripod Lights rock! I bought the small one for the HH last year and he uses it all the time.

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Nordstrom also has a nice and Chunky Cable Knit Infinity Scarf for just $12.90 shipped available too. 6 colors to choose from.

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While this cute craft  makes for fun classroom or neighbor gifts, I struggle to leave enough chocolate to fill the sleighs. Sometimes those little Krackels end up in my belly instead of on the Candy Cane Sleigh! Find more cool holiday projects and tips on my Christmas Pinterest Board

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I had never made brittle with fruit in it before this Cashew Cranberry Brittle. If you have any healthier eaters on your list this year, surprise them with a plate of this brittle. It’s a great balance between treat and healthy! Get the recipe HERE or find more Christmas recipes on my Christmas Pinterest Board.

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REI Outlet has the Men’s Columbia Hard Edge Crew Shirt on sale for $29.73 shipped {was $60} and is available in black or grey. Perfect to winter!

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Groupon has the Holiday Steak Combo Pack from Omaha Steaks for just $49.99.  {$168 value}

The $49.99 Santa’s Holiday Pack includes:

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