You will find vintage cookie recipes, along with a few classic cookies, in this holiday cookbook. This cookbook has been created by a Southern family to share cherished family recipes with people who enjoy baking at home. Their wish is simple: to share good food with everyone.

This book has been updated as of December 15, 2012 with pictures of the cookies. Hayden and her family wish you and yours a joyous holiday and hope that you enjoy these cookies as much as they do.

This eBook offers thirty cookie recipes with easy to follow instructions. A few Southern classics are sprinkled in with old-fashioned favorites.

You will find recipes for Polish Angel Wings, Beauty Queen Meringues, Benne Wafers, Charleston Sands, Cheesecake Crumb Bars, Cherry Bon Bons, Chocolate Crinkles with Peppermint Sprinkles, Chocolate Peppermint Drop Cookies, Classic Chocolate Chip, Classic Gingerbread, Coconut Crunch Cookies, Christmas Cowboy Cookies, Cranberry Christmas Bursts, Cranberry White Chocolate Pecan Bites, Cream Cheese Drop Cookies, Dough Boys with Royal Icing, Elf Prints, Forgotten Cookies, Ginger Molasses Big Boys, Lemon Snaps, Nanny’s Sugar Cookies, Peanut Butter Favorites, Pecan Drops with Brown Butter Frosting, Red Velvet Macaroons with Cream Cheese Frosting, Salted Butterscotch Cookies, Salted Peanut Chews with Caramel Glaze, Snickerdoodles, Traditional Holiday Spritz, Walnut Drop Cookies, and Walnut Lace Cookies. You are sure to find a new holiday favorite in this selection of homemade cookie recipes.
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“So many cookies to try.”

Five Star Review on Amazon By DelAnne

Title: Hayden’s Holiday Cookies
Author: Hayden Momet
Published: 11-17-2012
Publisher: United Plates Entertainment
Pages: 81
Genre: Cookbooks
Sub Genre: Food and Wine, Baking, Desserts, Holidays
Reviewer: DelAnne

I got to try something new with this cookbook. A fried cookie. I had always heard the old adage fried is always better and I could not wait to see if it applies to cookies as well. I could not wait to try them and borrowed my neighbor’s pasta machine. Unusual, but tasty. They were well received and an instant hit at our neighborhood get together. As were the Christmas Cowboy Cookies. The Cheesecake Crumb Bars are like individual chesses cake bites and I warn you ahead of time very addictive.

About the Author

Thank you for stopping by to check out my little corner of Amazon. I appreciate that you are taking a moment to get to know me. Here’s my story. My family is from Charleston, South Carolina so I learned to cook southern dishes. My love of cooking started early when I was a little girl, like many a home cook, I learned to cook from my family. My great grandmother took me into her kitchen and taught me our family recipes.

My great grandmother was an amazing self-taught baker, so desserts were a major part of our family gatherings. My eBooks are filled with her recipes. I keep her memory close by baking her sugar cookies at Christmas and by frying up her buttermilk fried chicken for our family picnics in July.

I am sharing family recipes, not recipes created by a test kitchen and a big publishing house. I do the word processing and formatting. Friends have been testing the recipes and alerting me when there are typos. So this is a small family business. I have come along way from the first day when I uploaded Lowcountry Shrimp Boil with the HTML code exposed!

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you will return and get to know me as I share my family recipes.

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