Way Back Wednesday: October 9, 2019

It's week 3 of Way Back Wednesday, where we dive into 12 years of the blog's archives to revisit old friends, recipes, and cookies.

This week, we have mainly decorated cookies and one recipe that my mom made EVERY October. I hope Jack remembers my recipes someday. ♥

From 2015, Fall Floral Cookies
fall floral decorated cookies ... how to mix colors to achieve this color palette
Not your traditional color palette here, but oh-so-pretty for fall. In this post, you'll find how to make those little roses, a link to using an airbrush, how to mix these specific colors, and all about a charity close to my heart.

From 2013, Monogrammed Double-Decker Pumpkins
easy to re-create, monogrammed pumpkin cookies ::: full tutorial from bakeat350.net
Y'all, these are so cute to make for the kiddos...especially when you want to go the sweet instead of the scary or creepy route.


From 2012, Bride of Frankenstein Cookies
Bride of Frankenstein decorated cookies for Halloween (with full tutorial)
These are some of my favorite Halloween cookies. Yes, I love the design, but the story of the inspiration is really the best part.


Last but not least, from 2010, Witchy Wormy Cookies
Witchy Wormy Cookies, a classic "cookie" so fun to make with kids!
Not the prettiest, but suuuuuuuuper delicious. I really need to make and re-photograph these gems. Until then, enjoy the stellar *cough* photography, but most importantly, enjoy the cookies. My mom did made these every year - some for us and lots to share. Thanks, mom! ♥


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