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Kar

I would have never thought that would make a big difference. I'll have to remember that the next we make those cookies. I'm like you and have had my fill of cookies for a while. :)

Vee

Thanks for that tip! I am baking cupcakes this afternoon with my grandson. We have some frosting to use up. I think I'm in danger of turning into a butterball!

TexWisGirl

they look great. but here i thought it would be chocolate lab kisses. :)

Thimbleanna

Beautiful pictures, as always Judy! We'll quietly go into the New Year with parents -- I'm hoping it will be a good omen as to the next year. Quiet and Happy. Happy New Year!

Bev

Looks so yummy! yes we will have a quiet NEW YEARS EVE... our daughter and 2 GK's are coming New Years Day...so we are busy getting ready for them!!!:)))

And I love your candles... I made lots of candles...back in the 80's

Cheryl @ TFD

Great tip and one I didn't know. Thanks, Judy! I hear ya on turning into a cookie. Haha!

Nancy

What a clever tip!

I've been eating too many cookies and rich food, too. This week, it is back to a healthier lifestyle. Sigh!

Randy

Those are evil cookies. They take months to get rid of.

Karen

Those cookies look wonderful - and I vote that there's nothing wrong with turning into a cookie... Quiet New Years, here. A bottle of champagne and trying not to think a bout returning to work. Happy New Years!

EG CameraGirl

Your family is chock full of cute kids! What a blessing, Judy! Happy New Year!

Rose

Looks delicious!

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  • My name is Judy and I'm the owner of this blog. Thank You for visiting.
    I'm a...Wife...Mom of 11...Grandma to many...Homemaker and Blogger of Finnish descent...living in a log cabin here at Gentle Hearth Farm.
    I'm originally from Northeast Illinois, and my husband & I now live on 20 acres in Southwest Wisconsin up on a ridge in the Ocooch Mountains, 10 miles from the nearest town. My husband and I are empty nesters trying to figure out life after kids.
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