December 3, 2010

Prairie Flower Farm's Christmas Cookie Cookbook


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I just have to share the link to Prairie Flower Farm's Awesome Cookie Cookbook she has put together! I am loving the way she used Scribd to do this and I plan to put all my recipes in one of these neat little cookbooks for download as soon as I can find time! In the meantime, go and enjoy Linda's!!


And sticking with the cookie theme. I will have 5 little boys, ages 4 to 10 here tonight baking cookies (we have sprinkles), making twig star ornaments (we have glitter), drinking hot cocoa (we have marshmallows), singing Christmas songs (we have Santa hats) and having a sleepover (we have sleeping bags and a Shrek the Halls movie to watch).

Fun! Fun! Fun!
Pics tomorrow (or as soon as I am recovered enough to post them!)

6 comments:

texwisgirl said...

Oh boy(s)! Good luck with that! :)

Beverly@Beverly's Back Porch said...

I am so envious of all that fun you guys are going to have. Pictures will be wonderful. We may get a bit of the white stuff falling tonight. Maybe make snow cream to have with the cookies?

sawn61 said...

Thanks a bunch for the cookbook.What a neat idea for sharing Christmas with all of your blogging friends.Merry Christmas to you and yours.

Farmchick said...

Good luck with the sleepover. It sounds like you have plenty planned to keep everyone out of mischief.

floweringmama said...

Oh what fun! Take lots of pictures!!

Linda Stubbs said...

Thank you soooo for putting my cookbook up. You are such a sweetie! It is so easy to work with Scribd. You will like.

Love that you are having your baking party,.........they will have a wonderful time!

Hugs, Linda
Prairie Flower Farm

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