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Lumps of Coal Cookies

A wicked dark chocolate, fudgy cookie that you should give to all the naughty kids or adults in your life in there stocking that are hung above the chimney with care.
Well you don't have to give these cookies to the naughty ones in your life. You could keep them for yourself and be naughty yourself or bring them to a cookie swap.
I beat they will be a big hit because they are chocolate and who doesn't like chocolate. Now those should be on the naughty list.
These cookies are filled with a lot of chocolate, dark cocoa powder and dark chocolate chips. They have a deep chocolate flavor, an almost Oreo flavor.

I know, I know these cookies aren't the prettiest looking and they may look like they are burnt. Well you will have to be careful because they are so dark.

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Maple Browned Butter Cinnamon Rolls

Ooey gooey brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and browned butter cinnamon rolls topped with a sweet maple cream cheese icing. These are better than the ones you can go to the store.
Cinnamon rolls have to be one of my favorite foods. It has been since I was a little kid, my family would get the tube kind and have them on Sunday mornings. Ever since then I have an obsession with anything that is cinnamon and I have to try it at least once.
Y'all might be shocked  but I don't get cinnamon rolls in the tube that often because they are filled with that are not my favorite things.
My obsession with cinnamon rolls was rekindled when I discovered little cinnamon roll snacks a few weeks ago. They were so good.
I've been wanting to make a cinnamon roll recipe for a while and why not now when it is the holidays and its okay to indulge.

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Lofthouse-Style Gingerbread Cookies

One of the best cookies that you can get from a store but homemade. Soft and thick gingerbread spice cookies with a thick glob of maple browned butter cream cheese icing.
Thanksgiving is now over, Black Friday is over and Cyber Monday is here. It's insane that how fast this year has gone by.
Christmas isn't that far away, its exactly a month away when it post this. Since pumpkin spice is over it is now time for Christmas flavors.
In the next month, I will be posting recipes Christmas flavors like today Gingerbread, hot chocolate, egg nog, peppermint chocolate and cinnamon.
These are like the cookies that you can get from the store bakery that almost every likes and melt in your mouth.
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Lofthouse-style Gingerbread Cookies
Prep- 15 minutes
Chilling- 1 hours
Baking- 13 to 14 minutes


Cranberry Orange Bliss Bars

A twist on a bar that you can get from a popular chain coffee shop but with a twist. These bars have dried cranberries, orange zest, white chocolate and cream cheese buttercream.
Thanksgiving is just days away, when I post this, I saw that I haven't made anything that contains a staple in Thanksgiving. Cranberries.
I didn't want to just make something with just cranberries because they can be tart.
What's a great pairing with cranberries you ask? Orange. It cuts some of the tartness and adds a sweetness.
These bars have a blondie bottom, which is like a brownie without chocolate. Well these have chocolate but white chocolate.
Also have tons of cranberries, you will have them in every bite, sweet orange zest with the cranberries, white chocolate and cream cheese buttercream.
Bring these bars to a party as a little snack before the big feast or have them with tea and/or coffee.

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Maple Pumpkin Pie Cobbler

A Thanksgiving classic, Pumpkin Pie, but it doesn't have a crust. It has pumpkin, all the warm pumpkin spices, sweet maple topped a crunchy struesal topping with oats and pecans and whipped cream.
I was inspired by a pumpkin pie that I found at the store. It was called a crisp but I've seen it called a cobbler, all I care is that it is one my plate.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, there's tons of sales which I am ranking in. I see people buying all of the Thanksgiving they think they will need.

But I am sure people will be running to the store before they close on next Wednesday. My family basically ready for the feast.
If you like pumpkin pie but don't like the crust and only the filling, you will like this. I'm more of a filling myself.
What is your favorite thing to eat at a holiday feast? Let me know in the comments.

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