Christmas Tree Meringue Cookies, fun and festive meringue cookies that are light as air and melt in your mouth! Super cute for your holiday party! - ThisSillyGirlsLife.com

Christmas Tree Meringue Cookies

Christmas Tree Meringue Cookies, fun and festive meringue cookies that are light as air and melt in your mouth! Super cute for your holiday party! - ThisSillyGirlsLife.com

Cheesy Leftover Mashed Potato Pancakes #recipe from justataste.com

Cheesy Leftover Mashed Potato Pancakes

Gingerbread layer cake with cinnamon cream cheese frosting and gingerbread…

Gingerbread cake with cinnamon cream cheese frosting

Funfetti cinnamon rolls

Funfetti Cinnamon Rolls

Funfetti cinnamon rolls frosted with sweet cream cheese. With the addition of colorful sprinkles, classic cinnamon rolls are elevated to a whole new level

How To Make The Best Chocolate Chip Cookies Ever: Chewy and Crispy, Cakey, Crispy, and Soft

Chocolate Cake with Malted Chocolate Ganache and Toasted Marshmallow Frosting Recipe

Chocolate Cake with Malted Chocolate Ganache and Toasted Marshmallow Frosting

Crispy Lemon Roasted Baby Artichokes: SO delicious and easy - I made these the day I pinned them and they were so good my husband & I devoured them off the baking tray!

Crispy Lemon Roasted Baby Artichokes: SO delicious and easy - I made these the day I pinned them and they were so good my husband & I devoured them off the baking tray!

The word nog was an Old English term for ale, and a noggin was the cup from whence it was drunk. Although most Americans think of eggnog as something they get out of a milk carton during the two-week period leading up to Christmas, eggnog descends from sack posset, a strong, thick English beverage built upon eggs, milk and either a fortified wine (like Madeira) or ale. It was a highly alcoholic beverage, often served so thick it could be scooped. It was also very much an upper-class tipple…

The word nog was an Old English term for ale, and a noggin was the cup from whence it was drunk. Although most Americans think of eggnog as something they get out of a milk carton during the two-week period leading up to Christmas, eggnog descends from sack posset, a strong, thick English beverage built upon eggs, milk and either a fortified wine (like Madeira) or ale. It was a highly alcoholic beverage, often served so thick it could be scooped. It was also very much an upper-class tipple…

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