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17 Responses

  1. Avatar lee riggs says:

    Stollen

  2. Avatar Erin Friedman says:

    Fruitcake, eggnog, See's Candy… It's also the only time of year I roast a Prime Rib — because my sweet sister brings it.

  3. Barbara Rice Barbara Rice says:

    Jelly Snow Top cookies – like a thumbprint cookie with meringue on top. My mother made them at Christmas when I was little.

  4. Avatar Grammalyn says:

    Mass quantities.

  5. Avatar Steve Fischer says:

    pumpkin pie, and then only if there's lots of whipped cream…

  6. Avatar Viki says:

    These oatmeal cookies I make from a recipe my great-grandmother had. They are made from only; melted shortening, brown sugar, oatmeal, baking soda and salt. Shaped into a log, put in the refrigerator for awhile, sliced and baked. They are wonderful!! I know they are really bad for me, so that's why I only make them at Christmas. I honestly could eat and entire log in one sitting.

  7. Avatar Ann Webber says:

    Eggnog, Spice Pecans, Shortbread, Fruitcake, Turkey, Cranberry Sauce, Christmas Eve Soup, Homemade Chex Mix (which we have not made this year), Peppermint Bark, Hot Chocolate w/ Peppermint Schnapps, Shall I go on…………….tons of goodies!

    I agree with Grammalyn, Mass quantities!

  8. Avatar Adam Mankoski says:

    I love all of your answers.
    I personally indulge in popcorn cake. A goody mixture of popcorn, fruit flavored gum drops mixed salted nuts held together by butter, oil and marshmallows, sprinkled with colored sugar. All pressed into a bundt pan. When its firm it slides out and is sliced. An entire one is NOT enough.

  9. Avatar Beth says:

    Just pulled Jule Kage out of the oven. It's a Norwegian Christmas bread with citron, raisins (or craisins), flavored with cardamom. It's my grandmother's recipe. And I make killer fudge with 28 oz. of three different chocolates in it. Evil.

  10. Avatar Sue Cham says:

    Latkes of course!
    And homemade shortbread cookies.

  11. Avatar Stephanie says:

    Fudge!!!

  12. Avatar Kerri says:

    Butter toffee and Adam's popcorn cake. Get poppin', boy! 😉

  13. Avatar Troy Hawkins says:

    24 batches later the cakes are READY.

  14. Avatar Scrooge says:

    I just stay home, thnking about Marley and eating dirt.

    I hate the holidays.

    Bah. Humbug!

  15. Avatar Hal Johnson says:

    My wife's chocolate macaroons. Every time I eat one, I feel like I should go to confession, and I'm not even Catholic.