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With Christmas just two weeks away, now is the time that families are getting busy with the their holiday traditions. When my daughter was younger, I used to bake Christmas cookies and go ‘all out’.
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We no longer batch-bake cookies; in fact, I barely bake at all. I used to really enjoy baking. Since my current family doesn’t really eat baked goods that often, it hardly makes any sense to even bake. When/if I do bake it should be in small amounts. This explains why when I do bake, I usually bake from a box. Why keep baking ingredients? I hardly want a large bag of flour to go to waste! Here’s a trick/tip: bake up a batch of simple, plain, white cupcakes and decorate with colourful fun frosting. I decorated mine to resemble winter. Our family can enjoy them while watching one of our most favourite Christmas movie … HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS Begins on: time post goes live Ends on: December 24, 2015 at 8 pmEST
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