Yule Steamed Pudding

Steamed Pudding with Cranberry-Kumquat Compote I found this recipe in BHG in 2008 when I was looking for a Steamed pudding that was a bit easier than the traditional steamed pudding. What really caught my attention was the milk chocolate. I have tried this without the Cranberry-Kumquat Compote which is truly yummy. But I admit … Continue reading Yule Steamed Pudding

Winter Solstice Recipes

Winter Solstice stirs in me the joy of cooking.  These are a few of my favorite recipes. They make your house smell good while they are being prepared and they are great to share with your neighbors or friends who stop by. Also perfect for your sabbats and ritual groups to partake of.  Julekage [pronounced … Continue reading Winter Solstice Recipes

Julekage

Like many holiday breads, Julekage involves candied fruit and nuts, and it is heavily spiced. The traditional spice used in Julekage is cardamom, although nutmeg, cinnamon, and other flavors may be used as well. Many fans of the bread believe that it tastes best warm out of the oven, although it can also be toasted … Continue reading Julekage

Easy Christmas Santa and Snowman Bark — Home is Where the Boat Is

Christmas Santa and Snowman Bark comes together in under an hour for an easy no-bake treat to enjoy, gift and share with friends and family. Happy Friday! This sweet treat is a festive, no-fuss treat and alternative to peppermint bark that’s readily available this time of year. I whipped up a couple of batches to […] … Continue reading Easy Christmas Santa and Snowman Bark — Home is Where the Boat Is

Chocolate Crinkle Cookies — The Whisk Addict

Christmas is right around the corner and I am definitely in the mood of baking a lot of cookies. These Chocolate Crinkle cookies are my favorite.The cookies puff up in the oven and crack covered in icing sugar and that’s how they look so incredibly gorgeous. These holiday cookies can be made with so many… via … Continue reading Chocolate Crinkle Cookies — The Whisk Addict