Well, I thought I loved them. They don’t taste the same as previous years. Seems like every year they lose a little bit of that “zip” that makes them special.
So after asking if anyone had a homemade recipe…
…I decided to attempt it myself.
Adapting my shortbread cookie recipe by adding in some nutmeg and anise extract, I think I came pretty close to the “old” original Jingles cookies. The ones with the zip!
And, if you’ve never had Jingles, don’t worry about it. Just make these cookies and you will totally understand the love I have for them.
I’m sharing another shortbread cookie today too, over at In Katrina’s Kitchen. She is hosting a series called, “I’ll Bring the Cookies” that you better not miss! So many great recipes have been shared already…and some talented bakers yet to come! Today I shared my classic Shortbread Cookie, dipped in dark chocolate and peppermint! Perfect for the holidays! Be sure to head over and check it out!
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What are YOUR favorite cookies?
Or a classic recipe that’s been in the family for years?
These Peppermint Puff Cookies have been around for a long time in our family, always making an appearance during the holidays!
Minty Meringue Cookies- such a perfect little bite of a cookie. Light and minty!
Almond Kringle- Grandma always bought these, and now I make them myself!
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