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Holiday Baking Ideas

What’s one of the best parts of the holidays? Baking, of course! Cookies, pie, cake, bread…there are so many delicious things to enjoy this time of year. It’s also an opportunity to carry on family traditions. Perhaps you remember a relative’s scrumptious pie or secret cake recipe, or maybe you help your kids make a recipe you yourself learned as a child. My family, for example, made sugar cookies every year that we’d decorate with brightly-colored, powdered-sugar icing. As a kid, I loved mixing food coloring into the bowls of icing, and then drizzling it over the cookies in fanciful patterns. I also remember my great-grandmother’s cookies–she made dozens of them every Christmas. My favorite were her potato chip cookies (don’t knock ’em until you try ’em!). What are your favorite holiday baking traditions?

A hand in a red rooster-shaped silicone pot holder, taking chocolate chip cookies out of an oven.
Animal Pot Holders

Keep up with your family’s baking traditions or start some new ones this year! Here are some handy products to make your holiday baking more fun.

Two silver cookie cutters, with an embossed COOKIE and flowers design.

Cookie Cake Pans: the best of both worlds! Make a chocolate cake with vanilla icing in the middle for a jumbo-sized Oreo-style cake!

A silver cookie pan with embossed gingerbread men, snowflakes, and pine trees designs.

Fun holiday shapes are yours to decorate with the Holiday Baking Pan.

A silver cookie press with many design discs, with pressed cookies on a rack and a cookie sheet.

Make perfect spritz cookies in a variety of patterns with this Cookie Press.

A hand pouring flour into a bowl from a large red measuring cup with spout, by a set of red measuring spoons.

POURfect Measuring Bowls make it easier to pour ingredients in the bowl without spilling. Especially handy if you have kids in your kitchen!

A hand in a red rooster-shaped silicone pot holder, taking chocolate chip cookies out of an oven.

Animal pot holders are so cute, they’re sure to make you smile.

Homemade Christmas, a cookbook by Gooseberry Patch, with drawings of snacks and desserts.

Looking for some new recipes? Homemade Christmas Cookbook from Gooseberry Patch has some deliciously simple ideas.

A decorated cake of Santa in red a red suit holding Christmas lights.
Jolly Wink Santa Cake

Or if you want to let someone else do the baking, try bakery food gifts from The Swiss Colony!

Comments (3)

Patricia Farley

Thanks for all the helpful information. Especially on the sleep pattern. What you need to acquire good sleep each night. A better pillar, mattress, and a dark room. Also the mouth watering recipes and the baking ideas.

Ginnys Team

Nancy–thanks for the suggestion! We’ll pass that along to our merchandisers.

nancy weiss

i have been looking 4 silcone cake and muffin pans, could u see if u could find some thvm

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