Cream of the Crop Recipes Featured 14

November 30, 2012 by 4 Comments

Here are some FABULOUS recipes to try out this Christmas Season!  I am loving all of these Cream of the Crop Recipes…my family will, too!  Cream of the Crop Party will open Saturday at 7am!  I’m excited to see your newest recipes.   If you’ve been featured, pick up a Cream of the Crop Recipes Featured Button, at the end of this post!

Wild Rice Turkey Soup :: Family Ever After Blog

Brown Sugar Shortbread :: A Pretty Life in the Suburbs

Gumdrop Cookies :: Echoes of Laughter

Mint Chocolate Chocolate Chop Cookies :: French Press

Lalaloopsy Sugar Cookies :: Pint Sized Baker

Lemon Mousse :: With a Blast

Cranberry Orange Shortbread :: Sense and Simplicity

Brocoli Cheese Soup :: Welcome to the Mouse House

Broiled Brown Sugar Grapefruit :: Adorned from Above

Four Ingredient Coconut Cream Bars :: Back for Seconds Blog

Cranberry Bread :: Its Bakes Me Happy

Mulling Spices :: the Thinking Closet

Barns & Noodles
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4 Responses to “Cream of the Crop Recipes Featured 14”
  1. Leslie says:

    Thank so much for hosting! I love your blog!

  2. Jo-Anna says:

    Thank you so much for featuring my Brown Sugar Shortbread Aimee! And thanks so much for hosting!!
    Have a great weekend!

  3. Thanks for featuring my mulling spices! Love your blog title – – so much fun. Will definitely be back. -Lauren

  4. Thank you for the feature, Aimee!

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