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Old-Fashioned Peanut Butter Cookies
Instantly recognizable by the criss-cross pattern, these Peanut Butter classics have that 'sweet and salty' flavor combination that make them irresistible.
Holiday Fun Facts:
  • The2009 Gingerbread White House is 56 x 29 inches and made with 250 lbs of chocolate and 140 lbs of gingerbread.
  • "Rudolph" was actually created by Montgomery Ward in the late 1930's for a holiday promotion.
  • Christmas cookies for Santa began during the Great Depression to inspire children to share with others in hard times.
  • Edward H. Johnson created 80 red, white, and blue electrical light bulbs in 1882.
  • "It's a Wonderful Life" appears on TV more often than any other holiday movie.
  • In 1937, the first postage stamp to commemorate Christmas was issued in Austria.
  • The2009 Gingerbread White House is 56 x 29 inches and made with 250 lbs of chocolate and 140 lbs of gingerbread.
  • After "A Christmas Carol," Charles Dickens wrote one Christmas story each year, but none more successful.
  • In 1948, the Marine Corps adopted the Toys for Tots program and extended it across the nation.
  • In 1948, the Marine Corps adopted the Toys for Tots program and extended it across the nation.
Due to the number of varieties, cookies will vary by recipient. Please consult the recipes on this site for information on ingredients.