December Recipe_Card

If you saw the newsletter, you've already seen our gift to you–recipe cards designed by Knitcircus Creative Director Tracy Harris. If you haven't gotten yours yet, you can download the pdf right here.


Now here's the fun part–recipes to add to your cards! Here you'll find links to every Knitcircus cookie recipe available online, plus a couple of good-gifting extras.

Shortbread Cookies

Homemade Applesauce

Caramel Corn

Orange-Ginger Crinkles

Peanut Butter and Jelly Cups

Nana Moons

Cinnamon Chip Cookies

Vegan! Gingerbread Cookies

Oat-Cherry Bites

Coconut Chocolate Rugelach

Chocolate Almond Biscotti

And another recipe:

Easiest Fudge Recipe Ever!
Fudge blog
Neither Belle nor Mike like real-sweet sweets-they'll both leave the frosting and eat the cake. So we came up with this dense, slightly chewy and rich variation on the traditional sugary fudge. Take delight in offering this to all of your friends and neighbors who love fudge, and those who thought they didn't.

Dark Chocolate Fudge
Makes 1 8×8 baking pan: 32 1 x 2" pieces


One can sweetened condensed milk (14 oz)
16 oz chocolate–we used a mix of Ghirardelli 60% Cacao chips and 72% Cacao baking discs


 Combine ingredients in medium saucepan over low-to-medium heat, stirring constantly, until chocolate melts.
Pour into lightly-greased 8×8 baking pan, cover and cool in refrigerator until fudge is set; about a half-hour.

  We're going to be baking and candy-making up every day in the next few days, leading up to delivering treats up to our nighbors early next week. Hope you all have a fun last-weekend-before-Christmas!






December 17, 2010 by Knitcircus

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