Confession: I ate cookies for breakfast for three days in a row following our annual cookie swap. I feel no shame, for they were delicious. I have more in the freezer that I’m trying to save until July. I want to eat Christmas cookies in July, with an iced coffee. They say it’s good to set goals for yourself. Time will tell if this one is unrealistic.
I’m going to play a game of “were these your cookies?” with my photo collection. Lisa (hostess extraordinaire – thank you!) made a list of who made what, but sometimes I can’t tell my ginger cookies from my ginger crackle cookies. Forgive me if I get a few wrong or if I’ve missed some. You know how distracted I get around all the food. Look at this wonderful group! A huge welcome to our newest baking club foodies.
Before I begin with the cookie photos, Save The Date for January 11th, also known as The Epic Summerland BACON Potluck. The glorious folks at the Summerland Waterfront Resort will once again be hosting us. Start thinking of dishes that feature BACON in some way. For those who are vegetarian or who just want to try something new, “facon” is also welcome. We’ll meet at 6pm and start the whip-round at 6.30. We may try a film again, in this case Footloose, staring Kevin BACON.
Kevin Bacon – part of a complete breakfast.
To the cookies!
Some of our lovely members made up beautiful packages for their cookies. 🙂
Kim’s Chocolate Chip Cookies. Chocolate Chip goes with every season.
Kathleen’s Ginger Cookies? I just want to put ice cream between two cookies and make a glorious ginger cookie sandwich.
I believe these to be Janice’s Shortbread with cherries. Christmas isn’t the same without shortbread.
Lisa’s towers of Snickerdoodles. I’ve discovered that Snickerdoodles make wonderful breakfast biscuits.
Linda’s adorable little Shortbread Cookies.
I thought these might be Ingrid’s Russian Bon bons, but I think they’re a shortbread. Tracy’s Orange Cranberry? What I had discovered is I don’t have a photo of the bon bons, and I’ve eaten all of mine so you’ll just have to believe how wonderful they were.
Maggie’s Mexican Oatmeal Cookies. Now that we have a member from Mexico, I think we need to think about a Mexican themed meetup. Summer outdoor perhaps?
Kathy’s Ginger Crackle Cookies? Look, dancing Santas!
Rene’s Snickerdoodle’s could be used as plates for other cookies. Then you eat your plate. Yes.
I believe these to be Betty’s Orange Cranberry Shortbread. Paired with hot chocolate =yum.
Chantelle’s signature Chocolate Oreo Truffles. Super rich and worth hiding away so you don’t have to share.
Sophia’s Chocolate Peppermint Crinkle Cookies. I love crinkle cookies. So soft, so chewy.
Wendy’s Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies. I had no guilt whatsoever eating these for breakfast. Robust and delicious and excellent with tea.
LeeAnna’s Almond Biscotti. I didn’t get to try these ones, but they sure looked gorgeous in their parcels.
More loot! Thanks everyone who came out to visit and catch up. See you in January! BACON!