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Christmas Cookie Countdown|Cranberry Pinwheels

Christmas Cookie Countdown Cranberry Pinwheels are filled with fresh chopped cranberries mixed with chopped walnuts or pecans then rolled like a jelly roll, chilled, sliced into 1/4″ slices and baked to perfection.  So pretty for a Cookie Tray!  You will want to purchase extra bags of cranberries to freeze so you can have this cookie any time of the year. 

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Christmas Countdown-Kit Kat Trees

Christmas Countdown-Kit Kat Trees are candy bars shaped like a Christmas tree decked out with decorative star and sprinkles!   So easy, you won’t believe it!  Your kids will love making these last minute candies, make extra they won’t last long.  Let’s get started on our Christmas Cookie Countdown, a jump start on our cookie candy trays for the Holidays!

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Santa Hat Meringues

Santa Hat Meringues are whipped egg whites coated with red sugar in the shape of a santa hat trimmed with white cuff and pompom. These are so much fun to make.  The recipe makes 24 and are light and airy to eat.  They will look perfect on your Christmas Cookie Tray or packaged as a gift.  

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Snowmen Oreo Cookie Pops

Snowman Oreo Cookie Pops perfect for gift giving. Cookies dipped in white bark and colorful candy melts dressed up like snowmen will make everyone smile!  These pops are adorable and taste great too.  If you think you can’t make these… you can.  With a few helpful techniques and an afternoon, you can create several gifts.  A few ideas would be  place setting surprises at your Christmas breakfast table, Christmas stockings, small gift boxes to give to drop by visitors, the mailman, hairstylist, and a few for yourself.   This was not my original idea so thank you Ruth Ann at Easy Baked Blog for sharing this recipe.  

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