Other Treats
Traditional Chocolate Brownies
Fudgy goodness - you can never eat just one! These Brownies just melt in your mouth.
Holiday Fun Facts:
  • In 1947, Toys for Tots organized its first Christmas toy drive for needy youngsters.
  • The U.S. is home to approximately 3,000 greeting card publishers.
  • The National Christmas Tree Association gives a Christmas tree to the President and first family every year.
  • 1700s Europeans baked fruitcakes at the end of the harvest, then ate them at the beginning of the next year's harvest for good luck.
  • Approximately 33% of the holiday cards purchased each year contain a religious message.
  • There are over 10,000 cut-your-own farms for Christmas trees in the United States.
  • In 1947, Toys for Tots organized its first Christmas toy drive for needy youngsters.
  • The poinsettia plant was brought into the United States from Mexico by Joel Poinsett in the early 1800's.
  • The first person to bring a Christmas tree into a house may have been the 16th century German preacher, Martin Luther.
  • The day after Christmas, December 26, is known as Boxing Day. It is also the holy day called The Feast of St. Stephen.
Due to the number of varieties, cookies will vary by recipient. Please consult the recipes on this site for information on ingredients.