Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Christmas Baking

Christmas would not be Christmas without a whole bunch of sweet goodies to indulge in! Every year, I get together with my mom to do our baking. We got together last week and baked like crazy people for the day to put together tins and tins of goodies. Although we sometimes change up our repertoire, we have essentially perfected our Christmas baking list and make the same things year after year.

Introducing the star characters in Lucy and her Mumma's Christmas Baking Adventure...
(click on the recipe name or photo to see the recipe)

Tingalings
So come on over! Eat some sweets! SAVE ME FROM GAINING A MILLION POUNDS!

My Christmas baking ideas are being linked up at Exemplify Online's Christmas Recipes, The Mom Creative Cookie Exchange, Kara's Kitchen Creations, The Newlywed's Holiday Treats Week, at Kelly's Show Us Your Life: Christmas Baking Edition, The Holly Bloggy Christmas Bash Recipe Edition and The Ultimate Recipe Swap Christmas Desserts Edition

30 comments:

Ink Obsession Designs said...

That all looks SO good!!

...::Mrs. Southern Bride::... said...

Good heavens! I'll take one of each!!!!! hahaha....:)

Mrs. Potts said...

Oh feed me! YUM!

SnoWhite said...

you have been busy, my friend. these look wonderful!

Brittany Ann said...

I am on my way. Stat.

Sweet heavens, that all looks amazing!

Brooke said...

oh my...those all look incredible.

New England Girl said...

Oh my goodnesss... I almost died at the sight of that raspberry bark. There are too many delicious flavors there! It would be a new favorite and yet another reason I'm going to gain 20lbs this holiday. :) Love it! I can't wait to try it. :)

Holly said...

Yum!

Lucky in Love said...

Oh my goodness!! Everything looks so delicious!!!! :)

Sara said...

MMMMMMMMM! Makes me nearly ready to make my toffee. Nearly. I spent the day baking cutouts and my feet need a break before I stand at the stove stirring. Look at you and all your treats, did you do all that in one day!?!?! Have mercy, you ROCK!

Jenn said...

all i have to say is - you have my address. i also believe cookies ship wonderfully in the mail. ;)

seriously though - you are quite the chef. if you ever get a desire to come to milwaukee - you can stay with me and take over my kitchen. i'll totally let you. :)

Kristin said...

I love shortbread, hopefully there's some left for Christmas.

Annie said...

i'll save you....send some to me!!! ;)
it all looks scrumptious!

Lindsey Carver said...

Do you not want me to have arteries in 20 years?! This all looks amazing, I'm not sure which one to try first!

Becky said...

Ummm....I would like for you to bring me at least 7 different things. Please and thank you. It's the right thing to do.

Emily said...

Oh heavens!!! I shouldn't have come to your blog if I am trying to diet. That all sure looks good!!!

Andrea said...

Oh wow. That raspberry chocolate thing looks to die for.

Nikki said...

Rice Crispy Roll -- so clever! It looks pretty too :)

Allison said...

Wow! Everything looks so delicious, and I bet together they make an amazing tray of goodies! Several of these are new to me, and I can't wait to try them! Thanks for sharing!

crittyjoy said...

Wowzers. So many good things so little time. All of them look so yummy!

Kelli @ RTSM said...

YUMMY! Those all look so good! I really like the Rice Krispy Roll...what a neat idea!

Karen said...

Wow! You've done a lot of baking! They all look really good! I like the different twist to the classic Rice Krispy treats.

Hope you're having a great day!
Karen

Kara@ Creations by Kara said...

Oh dear. I am in serious trouble looking at all these yummy treats. I'd like to make each and every one!

Thanks so much for joining my recipe swap. :)

Sue said...

Lucy, I came over from Kelly's korner. What is "icing sugar" mentioned in the shortbread recipe? Is that "powdered" sugar or confectioners sugar? My sister loves these kinds of cookies, so I would love to make her some. Thanks! And Merry Christmas!

Lucy Marie said...

Hi Sue,

Thanks for stopping by. Yes, icing sugar is the same thing as powdered sugar or confectioners sugar. I guess icing sugar must be a Canadian term? I've heard a few other of my American friends mention that they don't know what icing sugar is. Interesting! I will update the shortbread recipe post so that it is clear!

Marla said...

All of these look SO good!! I'll have to try some of them out!

Rebecca said...

What a great group of recipes here. They all sound delicious!

Jenna @ Newlyweds said...

Oh yum these all look so good. Thanks for sharing in the holiday treats week!

Jerri said...

Okay....I'll have some of all of that! lol. Everything looks wonderful!

I hope you'll stop by and link up today at my Christmas recipe party!

Serendipity said...

Wow, so many things here I want to make! :)