Friday, December 10, 2010

Christmas C-C- Dookies

 Look at these yummy C-C- Dookies (that is how Cole says it anyway...they will probably be forever called Dookies in our family!) I was  busy baking yesterday...very late for me, but first chance I have had. I am off to visit the grandbabies this weekend, but will show you more Dookies on Monday I hope!


 Russian Teacakes-(they still need a second roll in powdered sugar and then they will be nice and snowy white!)



Russian Teacakes
1 cup butter or margarine
1/2 cup sifted confectioners (powdered) sugar-I am lazy and skip the sifting...shhh
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp salt
2 1/4 cups flour
3/4 cup of finely chopped nuts

Mix butter, sugar and vailla thouroughly, Measure flour by dipping method or by sifting. Stir flour and salt together; blend in. Mix in nuts. Chill dough.

Heat oven to 400 degrees. Roll dough in 1" balls. ( I use a #60 cookie scoop)

Place cookies on ungreased baking sheet. ( I use my silpat and put a ton of them on...they do not spread)

Bake 10-12 minutes, or until set buy not brown. (I find 10 minutes perfect) While warm, roll in powdered sugar. Cool and roll in powdered sugar again.  

I make this recipe times four...they are my Mama's favorite and usually the first ones of the season I make so she can sample for a couple weeks. She always gets her own private reserve!

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Kitchen Aid Fudge

first step...add evaporated milk and sugar wish a dash of salt.
you will pour the boiled mixture over these goodies patiently waiting in the Kitchenaid.


After mixing it will look like this.. so yummy and creamy...SUPER EASY RECIPE HERE!
This is my Dad's favorite, so it needs to be cooked on the first day of baking. It has to pass his official taste testing!

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Rocky Road Fudge

So easy you will say DUH when you read the recipe....and so very tasty! One of my favorites...oh wait they are all my faves! You can find the recipe HERE.


I also made Candy Cane Kisses and Pretzels, but forgot to take a picture, but you can find that recipe and a picture  HERE.

Well I am off and running...see you all soon!




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12 comments:

Lorie said...

Wow, good for you Sue! Looks like Christmas is in full swing at your house! Good for you!

Deloris said...

Those look really yummy! Making me hungry!

Patti J said...

Yummmmmmy!!!! I have baked nothing, bought nothing....shame on me! The floor under my tree is still naked...yup! Bare as a babies bottom! Your dookies look delightful!

Our Little Inspirations said...

YUM-OHhhhhhhhhMYGOSH!! Thanks for making me drool!!! LOL I'd love to pop a few of those dookies into my mouth right about now!! Sadly, I can't eat chocolate anymore..........it's causing my kidney stones :( waaaahhhhhhhhhh

Elena said...

It looks so yummy, Sue! Love the Russian Teacakes especially! :) Thank you for sharing recipes and pictures!

Eve said...

My goodness, why you & me always think alike?? I just came to your blog, and i found that you also baked russian teacakes!! You & me use the same HM images around the same time, and now we bake the same things at the same time! LOL! Me, neither, i skip Shifting the powder sugar! LOL!yes, they are YUMMY! :-)

Jovita said...

Yummy, I'll have to try the Russian Teacakes. My daughter and I are going to bake cookies this week... this is the time of year when the pounds come on ;)

Lynnor said...

Wow!!! So many yummy goodies!!!

Ida said...

Oh yum! Russian Tea Cookies are my favorite too.
So if you have some spare ones you know where to send them!

Silli said...

hmmm*yummy*.. this is soooo "sweet"

Diane said...

Oh gee those look yummy! If I have enough time,will def try that recipie! I love to get diff recipies! TFS~!

Charlene said...

I finished my RTC this morning and popped them in the freezer until all the rest of the dookies are finished...86 of them!

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