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Probably most people are familiar with Peanut Blossoms -- a standard peanut butter cookie with a Hershey's chocolate kiss pressed into the center of each after baking. I like these cookies, but they haven't been a part of my usual Christmas cookie baking. My hubby, however, decided that we needed to have some!
The chocolate Rolo cookies are a new variation to me. My blog friend Nikki shared with me how she varies my Chocolate Spritz recipe by pressing a Rolo candy into the center of each cookie after baking. Sometimes I use the recipe for Chocolate Butter Cookies to make both Chocolate Spritz and Sacher Torte Cookies, and so my hubby made a batch of those to use for adding Rolos as Nikki does. They are scrumptious!
Lastly, we needed to make a lot of cookies quickly to help fill goodie bags to hand out after a Christmas program at church. Mr. T suggested baking several batches of Christmas Tree Spritz, which, since a cookie press is used, would produce many cookies very quickly.
A reader and blogger, Vicki, asked me if I could give a count of how many cookies were actually baked in our kitchen this Christmas season. Many of the cookies baked were in multiple batches. Mr. T did a very rough count and estimates that at least 20 dozen cookies were produced this season! Wow!
And there you have the 2020 Christmas baking report!