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German Chocolate Crinkles
A rich and savory cookie. Perfection in a cookie - crusty on the outside, while like a brownie and gooey in the middle. This recipe is a keeper!
Holiday Fun Facts:
  • The day after Christmas, December 26, is known as Boxing Day. It is also the holy day called The Feast of St. Stephen.
  • Over 73 million new Christmas trees will be planted this year.
  • In the Ukraine, if you find a spider web in the house on Christmas morning, it is believed to be good luck!
  • More than 330,000 real Christmas trees are sold via e-commerce or catalogs.
  • 21% of US households have a real Christmas tree, 48% have an artificial tree and 32% do not have a Christmas tree.
  • Candy canes began as straight white sticks of sugar candy used to decorated the Christmas trees.
  • Sugar Plums are chocolate candies that are filled with fruit preservatives or other sweet cream fillings.
  • The Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center has more than 25,000 lights but no other ornaments except for the star on top.
  • American mistletoe, is one of 1,300 species of mistletoe worldwide - only two are native to the United States.
  • Scotch pine, Douglas fir, Noble fir, Virginia pine, Balsam fir and White pine are the most popular Christmas trees.
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