Pine needles are messy, plus, what are you supposed to do with a wreath after Christmas? This is no fuss and silly to boot!
Who knew that all you need for a super cute Christmas dessert is a few upside down strawberries, some whipped cream and a pinch of sesame seeds? I am totally in awe of the simplicity and creativity here. Now you have no excuse for not bringing something to the potluck at your great aunt's house.
The best thing about these cookies to me is the fact that they didn't turn over all the M&Ms to make them plain red. I see this as a sign of smart priorities. Just jam the chocolates on there as fast as you can because the sooner they're done, the sooner we can eat them!
Forget the tradition of ham for breakfast on Christmas morning. I want this cake first thing in the morning!
Merry Christmas, Cuteologists! Thanks so much for sticking with me through the site transition and embracing our new home. You get three slices of cake this year for being my favorite readers!
Red and white do make a fantastic combo, don't they? And snowflakes are so satisfying in their symmetry and fragility. Basically, winter is magic, and the buttery, spicy delicious treats we get to indulge in without any guilt make the holidays rich. Bring on the cookies, I'm ready!