Friday, November 22, 2013

Christmas Cookies

It is time to start thinking about Christmas cookies again!  We used to always get together with our cousins Robin and Allison and make cookies.  I remember loving the candy cane cookies that were made out of an almond flavored dough.  I will have to try those again this year, I think our daughter would love twisting the dough into canes! 

I made these tree cookies last year and I will be making them again this year. They are $27.00 per dozen and all of the cookies come individually wrapped in a cello bag with a raffia tie.  

I will also be making assorted Holiday cookie platters starting at $30.00 for six large cookies and 12 mini cookies.  Pictures will be coming soon!  

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Ladies' Night at the Museum fundraiser

I just finished a donation of 100 cookies for a fundraiser at the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum.  
It is a Ladie's Night theme so I decided to go with a cosmopolitan and a wedge of lime.  All of the martini glass cutters available have a very thin stem and I was worried about breakage because these were going to be in a goody bag.  So I took one of my large circle cutters and formed it into a martini glass with a wider stem.

Then I chose the colors.

I just love these colors together, very Lily Pulitzer! They definitely brighten up a grey November day in Vermont!

Here is the finished product.

I think they will be fun for the party!

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Congratulations Chelsea and Eric!

These cookies were made for a recent fall wedding in Vermont.  They had a beautiful day for the wedding.  They are 3 1/2 inch rounds and were packaged in cello bags tied with raffia.

I was so worried that I packed too many cookies in each box.  I was envisioning a box full of broken cookies, but I think they all survived!  It is amazing how worried you can get over cookies, they really are labors of love!

Sunday, November 3, 2013


I wanted to put together a post with ordering information for local customers.  I am located in Morrisville, VT and I am happy to deliver in Lamoille and Washington counties.  I do not currently ship cookies.

I have a one dozen minimum order policy and need two weeks lead time.

All cookies come individually packaged in a cellophane bag tied with raffia unless otherwise indicated by the customer.  The cookies are best eaten fresh but will last for just over a week if left unopened.

Ingredients: Flour, sugar, eggs, butter, baking powder, salt, vanilla, fiori di scilica (a flavoring of citrus, vanilla, alcohol), confectioner's sugar, merengue powder, food coloring.

Cookies are processed in a facility ( my home) that also processes nuts. My cookies should not be eaten by people with severe allergies as I cannot guarantee they have not come into contact with allergens such as gluten, nuts, dairy, etc.

Please contact me by email at if you have any questions or would like to place an order.

    Church- $4.50 per cookie
    Brush Embroidery Flowers- $4.50 per cookie

    Fall Cookies- $4.50 per cookie

   Cupcake Cookies- $2.75 per cookie

   Small marble squares- $2.00 per bag of two cookies

    Red Sox Cookie- $3.50 per cookie

    Cosmopolitan with lime wedge- $4.00 
    Owls 4.00 per cookie