Virtual Cookie Exchange Fun

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  1. selina says:

    As much as I enjoyed this lovely visit I now have to clean the drool off my key board. Thanks ;-}

  2. Mari says:

    Ah, yes, I have several of those cookbooks. Always so yummy. I’m not sure the meringues are gluten free, but I’ll be checking! (Also, we called the company “weinergies.” Credit one of our kids.)

  3. Lj Meyers says:

    I love coffee and just about anything else with coffee. Have you tried coffee ice cream? I’m definitely putting the cheesecake on my list – sounds delicious.

  4. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    We LOVE coffee, so that mocha chocolate cheesecake is definitely on my to try list! Hubby loves cheesecake. Our daughter makes him one every Christmas – he loves it. Hers is a white chocolate cheesecake and it is awesome! Thanks for sharing!

  5. joan says:

    Mocha cheesecake…now your talkin’. LOL!! Everything sounds delightful, but that cheesecake…
    Merry Christmas!

  6. Colette says:

    The electric company cookbook, sounds fun. I made something like the Raspberry Meringue cookies many years ago when my daughters were little. Now they are all in their 30’s! Oh my how time has passed.

  7. sandradny says:

    Thank you for the recipes! I used to date someone from Racine and the Christmases in Wisconsin are superb! Any chance you have a reliable Kringle recipe???

  8. Thanks for sharing your recipes, traditions and plans for this holiday season. Enjoy baby girl when she arrives. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  9. Mindy says:

    I have made peppermint meringues for a gluten-free friend, and she loved them. Raspberry and chocolate is a favorite of mine, so it sounds delicious!

  10. dezertsuz says:

    Thanks so much for the recipes. I haven’t made meringues in years, so it’s about time!

  11. Your Christmas treats sound scrumptious! Thanks for sharing the recipes.

  12. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, How delightful and delicious your post was today! When I lived in Wyoming we always had huge get togethers all year long, both of my Grandparents lived in the same town and family was important. Today we live in Oregon and do not get to see family very often and those get togethers are missed. Thank you for sharing and have a spectacular day!

  13. Alycia C says:

    What fun cookies! Enjoy your Cookie Bake!!

  14. chrisknits says:

    My daughter’s favorite cookie is the iced sugar cookies I make. She says I put Crack in the cookies. Actually it’s just the cream cheese icing. LOL!!

  15. Great post – and I’m thrilled you get to enjoy the next gen in your holiday festivities and baking!

    Ahh yes, ‘merangue drops’. Never had the raspberry version but the choco chip element is the same for ours! It’s the actual merangue that makes these things fun to eat with the surprise of a few chips to round out the experience (we’d use different chips for different batches with food coloring to represent which chips were in which batch! (ie-yellow for butterscotch, green for choco mint, white for pure choco!)
    And the fudge looks super creamy…

  16. Thanks for the recipes, love them….

  17. Your mocha cheesecake sounds delicious! Nice that it can be made in a 9 x 13 pan, because I don’t have a traditional cheesecake pan either. Thanks for sharing, Roseanne!

  18. Theresa says:

    I agree, Go Packers! Thanks so much for sharing your recipes, they look yummy.

  19. Denise says:

    I’m coming to your house. DONT NEVER BET AGAINST THE PACKERS!. LOL, I know that is not proper English but one of my favorite sayings. Along with, dont ever count the Hawks out until the game is over (except its safe to count them out this year of course). Thank you for sharing.

  20. davemelvanolan says:

    That fudge looks yummy! About 4 years ago our youngest daughter was unemployed during the holiday season and as a stress release she baked and made candy. We had fudge of every flavor for months! It was all good, but we had wayyyyyyy too muchl. lol. Fortunately she secured a job after the New Year… she was running out of people to give goodies to! Thanks for sharing. Merry Quiltmas!

  21. Karrin Hurd says:

    Thanks so much for the recipes, they look yummy!

  22. Carol S. says:

    Such yummy cookie recipes…thanks! I have several family members who love coffee and will totally enjoy it baked into a bite full of goodness. Your Christmas energy and spirit has made me feel even more excited than usual about decorating for the holidays. Thanks for being a part of this hop and for all the things you do that inspire me! xo

  23. Carla says:

    OMG, these sound great. You impress with the thought that goes into your Christmas. Thank you for the PDF page. I wondered how you put the raspberry into the meringue. Now I have to try it. Merry Christmas!

  24. Carol Kussart says:

    All your goodies look wonderful. This hop definitely makes me want to bake cookies! Thanks for sharing!

  25. Well, this was a fun post to read. I was just looking at a recipe for meringue kisses the other day (plain, not raspberry). I’ve never made them. But a coffee cheesecake – whoa. I seriously may have to give that one a go. No one in this household drinks coffee but me, so I could have it all to myself. How’s that for holiday attitude??!! (cue the Grinch song) Seriously, thanks for the fun read and the recipes!

  26. Dorian says:

    Sounds good, thanks for sharing.

  27. Wow. I’m thinking Xmas treats at your house must be fabulous. Thank you for sharing.

  28. Three cookie recipes! Yum yum yum😊. I’m sure little Dominic just LOVES them. I also appreciate the vintage feel of a 1966 Cookie or meringue bite. How fun is that?! It is so nice to bake with you Roseanne! Enjoy the cookie swap❤️❤️❤️

  29. farmquilter says:

    Thank you for the pdf of your cookie recipes!!! Made it so easy for me to download and save! Have a blessed Christmas with those you hold dear!

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