Saturday, December 21, 2013

Old Fashioned Christmas Cookies

I lost track of time today, paging through lots and lots of vintage Cookie recipes.  If only I had the time to make them all!  I will post some of them here for you to see.  Do you have any favorite Cookie recipes that you make year after year?

First we will need to get out our vintage Cookie Cutters!

Now for some vintage Recipes.  (You can click on each image to see the larger version of it)  First we have a recipe for 1-2-3 Peanut Butter Cookies:

Next, a recipe for Molasses Crisps Cookies:

Don't you just love Toll House Cookies?

I thought so!  :)

A recipe for Brown Edge Cookies:

Easy Roll Sugar Cookies:

Lemon Drop Cookies:

Old Fashioned Sugar Cookies:

Christmas Tree Cookies:

Cute vintage ad for Betty Crocker:

Coconut Drop Cookies:

Peanut Whirligigs:

Molasses Sugar Cookies:

 I just LOVE this Cookie House!    

Here are recipes for Holiday Fancies, Peanut Butter Cookies, and Sandbakkels:

And here are recipes for Swedish Almond Wafers, Almond Pretzels, and Butter Cutout Cookies:

And here is a vintage page of Crisco Cookie recipes - the Gingerbread Men are sooo cute!

Yummmmmmmy!  The house smell so wonderful with all the wonderful cookies we have baked!

Now all we have to do is place them in a pretty box to give as gifts.

Or, find a super cute Cookie Jar to store them in, and have fun EATING THEM!! 

Have a wonderful Holiday Season, and Merry Christmas to all!


  1. What a darling post! I'm assuming you already have the (vintage) Betty Crocker "Cooky Book"??? I'm sure you do. It's such a cute one for display. I think I have like 4 copies now!
    I'm so happy we have found each others blogs! It looks like we LOVE the exact same things...especially vintage Christmas! Speaking of, I hope yours was wonderful!
    Erica :)

  2. This post is soooooo cute. Thank you for visiting my blog and commenting, I am so glad I found you and you found me.



  3. My oldest child is obsessed with Wimpy Kid books. I am not sure if you are familiar with this nonsense, but they carry on a lot about "the cheese touch." It's all I could think of when I saw "the cottage cheese touch is new." LOLOL