Some of these vintage images have sort of funky faces on them, huh? :)
I hope you are having a wonderful Sunday.
We are going to a Christmas pageant this afternoon then I'm going to finish wrapping gifts to put under the tree. Tonight I need to make a shopping list for groceries so I can do some more baking/freeze-ahead cooking this week. Here are some more recipes I'll be using this month:
Emeril's Chicken Pot Pie (I bought 6 of the tiny pie tins and will make 6 mini-pies to freeze. Much better than those Swanson's pies!)
Andes Mint Swirl Cookies (Noah's favorite) You swirl a piece of Andes Mint candy on top of the hot chocolate cookie. Yum!
Truffle Brownies (these just sounded too good not to have a batch made for Christmas, minus the heart sprinkles)
Lemon Ricotta Cookies - mmmm...
Inexpensive Stocking Stuffer Idea - Well, I don't know if this would qualify for inexpensive, but it definitely helps you spread out the spending. Put a coupon book in your child's stocking with coupons for going to his/her favorite places - Chuck E. Cheese, Baskin Robbins, an indoor playpark, etc. Then once a month let him/her choose a coupon to redeem.
What is your favorite inexpensive gift idea for this year? I'd love to hear them.