Eight days into December. Can you believe this year is almost over? The time has passed really quickly this year. And now we’re gearing up for the holiday – making plans, shopping, cleaning. And still, every night, someone asks…
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Not quite as many recipes this week, but still some amazing things to check out! Here are the top four posts…
The Not So Creative Cook shared this beautifully creative dish, Jazzed-Up Instant Noodles. A great, quick dinner!
Another quick and delicious week night meal – Instant Pot Carnitas! This recipe is super easy – shared by the Bearded Hiker.
Moving on to sweets! I love these traditional cookies. Marilyn’s Treats shared the recipe for some delicious Christmas Almond Balls!
What are Christmas cookies without hot chocolate? Here is a recipe for Milk Hot Chocolate (The Best) from Cooking with Ewa.
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I hope you have a great week! There are some great cold weather recipes up there today!
I love this time of year!! Thanks for joining the party! Have a great week.
All the food looks so good, wonderful treats! Hope you have a great week and thanks so much for the party!
Same to you Helen. Hoping I can get myself organized and get over to your party this week too!
Thanks so much Helen!
Thank YOU for joining the party every week!! I love checking out your offerings.
Thank you for featuring my almond Balls! Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 12-2 to 12-6 on my blog. On Tuesday morning were Peppermint and Chocolate Mousse Bars. Wednesday was my Grasshopper Thin Mint Cheesecake. And wrapping up the second week of Christmas baking is a decadent Cherpumple Cake. Enjoy!
Oh – all those holiday treats are killin’ me!! SO delicious! Thanks for bringing your yummies to the party!
Another GREAT party – THANK YOU for hosting. I brought my SALISBURY STEAK MEATBALLS, CARAMEL GINGERSNAPS & MOONSHINE FRUITCAKE to the party. I hope you have a FANTASTIC week.
Oh Tamy – it all sounds so good! Thanks for bringing your delicious recipes to the party!
Yay! Thanks a lot, Helen. I am glad you liked the noodles. :)
Thanks for sharing them – so simple and so delicious!
Hi, Helen! Thank you for hosting another great party. I am sharing #44 Ponche – Mexican Christmas Punch. Now, just a comment: I shared this recipe about a year ago, and I noticed that it was for your party # 179; weird right? Since this is party #130. It appears that at some point in October 2019, you started numbering your parties back in the one-hundreds, instead of two-hundreds.
oops! Thanks for the catch! I’ll fix that! And thanks for sharing your great recipes!
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