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What's Cooking? :: 52 Photos Project Week 34

This week's prompt is to share what's cooking.  The truth is this photo is from a recipe I made a while back and shared here.  These are the cinnamon brioche rolls just before they go into the oven.  I haven't made them in a long time but will be doing so again for Christmas breakfast during our vacation. My middle son often requests them and I want to give him his treat for the holidays.

What has actually been cooking lately in my kitchen are Christmas cookies.  I went to my first Christmas cookie exchange party last weekend and snapped this photo of the table of goodies which I shared via Instagram.

There were dark chocolate snowflakes, pecan butter balls, linzer jam cookies, Oreo bon bons and more. I brought our family's classic soft toffee bars which I plan to post here to the blog sometime in the next week.  They are so easy and always a hit.  Keep an eye out!


  1. Yum! (And I'm gaining weight just looking at all those cookies.)

  2. Oh my! This all looks soooo good! (Yep, I just gained a couple of pounds, too.)

  3. all so delicious!
    the light in the first photo is so lovely...

  4. That does look like a delicious Christmas dessert table! Advent Blessings to you!

  5. Please DO post the toffee recipe if you think of it- I was just thinking yesterday that I wanted to try a new toffee recipe!

  6. That is some impressive display of cookies! I've never been to a cookie exchange. Your cinnamon buns look delicious.

  7. Misty - both photos are mouth-watering! Such delicious beauty you've captured!
    Thank you for sharing. xo


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