Thursday, December 23, 2010


I remember them from my childhood. Every Christmas a plate of them sat tantalizingly on the hutch in the dining room - calling to me. I could never resist. Whenever I walked by,I would pluck one from the golden pile and pop it in my mouth. They were melt-in-your mouth good. Yummy!

I was reminiscing about them a few weeks ago, and Mom decided we would add them to the cookie baking list. We saved them for last. Today was the day.

It really is a "two-girl project." Mom dropped the little bits of dough into the hot oil, and I coated them with honey.

Lots of sprinkles, and they are done!

All that remained was to sample them. Mmmmm mmmmm good!

Christmas Blessings,


  1. Dear Linda,
    Oh, they look so yummy...I could just eat them right off the pictures! Such fond memories...what a wonderful blessing. Thanks for sharing!

    Have a blessed evening,

  2. Wish I could join you for a cup of Christmas tea and those goodies.

    May your Christmas be richly blessed.

  3. Have no idea what they are but they look yummy.

  4. Yummy!!! Just came over to say Merry Christmas, dear friend!

  5. Those look so yummy! I'm so happy for you that you could share this ritual with your mother.

    I cought up on your posts and have been deeply touched by them all. I enjoyed your stories, esp. Santa's visit. We need some light-heartedness too.

    The song of the week is a favorite too, although some congregations can butcher it without a strong songleaader. But it's their heartfelt singing that counts anyway.

    I so enjoy visiting here and always leave recharged. I'm about to head out for some last bit of Christmas shopping, but thought I'd stop by here to get 'blessed' first.

    Hope you have a blessed Christmas, friend.

  6. Oh yum! Those look delicious!

    Merry Christmas, Linda!

  7. Merry Christmas...

    may you be embraced in joy and peace, Linda.

    ( and how delicious do those look! )

  8. Oh, yum! I missed this, but my hungry eyes brought me back over here for a peek, Linda! Praying a sweet remainder of this beloved season to you and your family.