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Snickerdoodles
A holiday staple since the early 1800s, Snickerdoodles are an old-fashioned plain-looking cookie that have a sugar and cinnamon coating and a sweet yet buttery flavor. These are delicious warm or at room temperature.
Holiday Fun Facts:
  • Christmas cookies for Santa began during the Great Depression to inspire children to share with others in hard times.
  • Christmas trees take from 6 to 14 years to mature for harvest.
  • In 1610 Tinsel, made of real silver, was invented in Germany.
  • The Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center has more than 25,000 lights but no other ornaments except for the star on top.
  • The first person to bring a Christmas tree into a house may have been the 16th century German preacher, Martin Luther.
  • Mark Carr of New York started first Christmas tree retail lot in the United States, in 1851.
  • Christmas cookies for Santa began during the Great Depression to inspire children to share with others in hard times.
  • Electric lights for trees were first used in the White House in 1895.
  • The World's Largest Cut Christmas Tree was a 221 ft Douglas fir in Seattle, in December 1950.
  • The World's Largest Cut Christmas Tree was a 221 ft Douglas fir in Seattle, in December 1950.
Due to the number of varieties, cookies will vary by recipient. Please consult the recipes on this site for information on ingredients.