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This recipe comes from Gale Gand, executive pastry chef at TRU, a 4-star restaurant in Chicago's Streeterville neighborhood. It’s perfect for a white Christmas (or any other snowy winter day!)Get cooking!
Everyone loves lollipops. Everyone loves ice cream. When you put the two together, it’s going to be a happy/merry/thankful holiday of your choice. This recipe comes from Gale Gand, executive pastry chef at TRU, a 4-star restaurant in Chicago's Streeterville neighborhood.Get cooking!
Turn your basic chocolate cupcake with white frosting into a perfect winter treat. TIP: To speed up the process, make the snowmen toppers while the cupcakes bake.Get cooking!
A lot of ready-made doughs (like some Pillsbury and Nestle brands) contain potential allergens. This recipe, based on my Grandma Mary’s classic Christmas cookies, is almost as easy as slice and bake dough—and yet it’s much, much tastier. These melt-in-your-mouth cookies are so easy and they taste like bakery butter cookies.Get cooking!
Make cocoa the kids will go coo-coo for! The trick? Homemade marshmallow topping. Follow this recipe from Sarah Kosikowski, executive pastry chef at Chicago's Sixteen Restaurant.Get cooking!
For a meal sure to make little eyes shine bright, try this adorable breakfast of cinnamon-flavored pancakes that are the spitting image of Santa Claus.Get cooking!
As adorable as they are delicious, these cookies are sure to be part of your Christmas cookie plates.Get cooking!
Peppermint extract is the secret to these adorable candy cane cookies, where ropes of colored dough come together in a symbol of the season.Get cooking!
This is my all-time favorite Christmas cookie recipe. I came up with this recipe to replace the powdered-sugar coated pecan cookies that my grandmother used to make.Get cooking!