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Bon Bon Christmas Cookies

Reviews for: Bon Bon Christmas Cookies

– Good recipe very similar to my grammas. I take the dough and wrap it around the maraschino cherries that have stems and then sprinkle them with red sugar crystals before they bake. Its like cookie covered cherries.

– These were wonderful, and a very nice change of pace! I made them at a cookie bake/exchange and they were a huge hit! There were many basic cookies, and alot of chocolate ones, so these really stood out, and looked very festive. Although they were a lot of work, everyone complimented me, and said how they were worth all the work that went into them (of course they weren’t the ones making them – lol). And I made 6 batches of them! Next time, I’ll probably make some prior to the get-together to have for home, and make less to exchange. After all, if I’m going to that much effort, I want some for myself. Thanks for the recipe!

– I really liked these. But, of course, I like almost all cream cheese cookies. I didn’t use shortening, I used butter. It seemed to make them a little richer. I also chilled my dough before making them into cookies. The end product was lovely. I had to freeze the survivors in small batches, so I didn’t gorge myself. TIP: You don’t have to sift your powdered sugar here. I measured out what was needed and just ran my big wisk through the sugar. Works like a charm.

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