Saturday, December 24, 2005

Enough baked goods to make a Keebler Elf say "Oy vey! Stop with the baked good already!"

Okay, so I don't know if Keebler Elves are actually Jewish enough to say Oy Vey, but hey, I like to pretend. I personally think the thought of elves speaking with a Jewish accent is quite humorous. But that's just me.

Tuesday was KD's birthday and Tater and the kids spent the night. The next morning Tater didn't have anything to do so I asked her to stay and bake cookies with me. The recipe I used for the sugar cookies was my snickerdoodle recipe, we just left the snicker off the doodle. Eh, that is not such a good idea. The doodles really need the snicker because a snickerless doodle is well, pretty gross. So instead of making cookies for the kids to decorate I made a ginormous batch of snickerdoodles. Add that to the large sheet cake I had made the day before for Kady's birthday.

Then yesterday I made a custard pie to take to Dad's PLUS approximately 47 GAZILLIOIN sugar cookies with a recipe I got from the 'net that is far better than any snickerless doodle, lemme tell ya. I can feel my blood sugar skyrocketing just typing about the baked goods in my house.

Today I am making a big ol' batch of puppy chow to take to Mom's tonight and then the kids and I will ice the already baked sugar cookies PLUS make probably 3 dozen more because the dough is already made and I'm not fooling with cookies after Christmas.

Oy Vey.

Enough already.

To all of you out there in the blogosphere -
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Happy Hanukah,
Happy Kwanzaa, Happy Ramadan, Happy Festivus
or maybe I should just say

Happy Ramahanafestikwanzmas!

Be safe, be happy, be well and have a wonderful holiday
(whichever one you choose)
with the ones you love!


MamaKBear said...

Merry Christmas Diva!!

Hope everything is perfect! :)

Politically Homeless said...

Merry Christmas girl!

Carmel said...

Merry Christmas Diva! Hope you and yours have a wonderful year full of excitement and fun!

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