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December 2016: Share and Inspire Others! Entries

December 2016: Share and Inspire Others! Entries

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First and foremost, I wish to extend a hearty and very big thank you to one and all for your partcipation in this new monthly recipe exchange!!  I am overwhelmed with the great response on our very first monthly Share and Inspire Others! Themed Recipe Exchange.
I am so excited with all the fantastic entries, that I have decided to release this post earlier that originally planned.  Without further ado, herewith the December 2016 Share and Inspire Others! entries.
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Posted in order of emails received:
Eggnog Cinnamon Rolls courtesy of thehappiestpixel
I hope you like it. It’s a sweet Christmas treat. But it’s so nice I want to eat it every day…  They are so nice. trh-eggnog-cinnamon-rolls
Almond Snowball Cookies courtesy of Betsy’s Bakehouse trh-almond-snowball-cookies
Banana Cake  courtesy of Aayushi Manish
Ripe Banana flavor & Walnut Crunch made a Delicious cake
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Spritzgeback cookies courtesy of Pumpkin Pie and Me {est. 2014}
This recipe is for Spritzgeback cookies.  This was my Oma’s recipe, which she gave to me almost 18 years ago.  It took me many years to be able to get this recipe right, as she “left a few instructions out”, as she normally did with recipes.  But these cookies are something that my older sister and I would make with my Oma when were little girls.  They are only ever made a Christmas, as it just wouldn’t feel right to make them any other time of year, at least for me.
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Chocolate Cake with Ganache frosting courtesy of Aayushi Manish trh-chocolate-cake
Unrivaled Chocolate Caramel Treats! courtesy of snapshotsincursive
What’s Cooking in Gail’s Kitchen? Food Junkie Favorites: Unrivaled Chocolate Caramel Treats! Do you get weak in the knees over chocolate? You may be tempted once you taste this salty sweet confection. One little piece will have you rolling your eyes in delirium. The crust keeps this bar crunchy, kinda like a shortbread cookie. And the sea salt crystals form a balance that is unrivaled! This recipe has a few shortcuts, so it can be thrown together in a matter of minutes. No baking is required. Don’t hate me!trh-unrivaled-chocolate-caramel-treats
Jumbo Vegan Ginger Molasses Cookies courtesy of sewloveable
This recipe was inspired by my mother. She shared a story from her childhood with me about her and her older sister. They would each get 10 cents as allowance money from their parents. She said that from time to time they would get 25 cents and when they did they would feel like the riches, girls in the world.
They would take their allowance money and head to the local country store and treat themselves to Ginger and Molasses cookies which were 2 for 1 cent, a soda, and peanuts. Walk down the road and sit on the steps outside the church they attended and enjoy their treats all to themselves. I love the way my mom lit up as she told me that sweet little story.
So, I decided to try and replicate one of her favorite childhood special treats with my own little twist!
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Homemade Chocolate Tart with a Chocolate Graham Cracker Crust courtesy of sewloveable
You’re going to Love this recipe. This recipe is really special to me, it’s my grandmother’s. She was such a wonderful cook and baker. I am delighted and honored to have all her recipe’s passed down to me.  A few day’s ago I finally decided to start trying some of them out. When I saw her recipe for a Chocolate Pie…. I knew I had to make this recipe first. So, I took her recipe and put the Sewloveable spin on it and decided to make a Chocolate Tart with a Chocolate Graham Cracker Crust. Can I just say, this is the most decadent dessert I’ve made to date and mmm mmm good…lol.trh-homemade-chocolate-tart-with-a-chocolate-graham-cracker-crust
Creamy Cherry Pineapple Gelatin Pie courtesy of Zoale.com
My mother has been making this gelatin salad as long as I can remember.  When I was younger, it was a staple at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and often served as a side to the meal, instead of dessert.  Every time I taste it, it is like taking a bite out of childhood.  I always look forward to eating it this time of year.  I am not a huge fan of gelatin salads, but I adore this.  My mom was kind enough to allow me to share her special recipe with all of my wonderful readers.  It is a beautiful and festive side dish or dessert for the holidays.  It is packed full of pineapple, maraschino cherries, and walnuts.  It has a wonderful combination of flavors and textures.
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But Hannah Did Not Have Potatoes! Latkes with a Tropical Twist courtesy of koolkosherkitchen
Chanukkah is coming, and kids are looking forward to stuffing their faces with latkes – potato pancakes. When I was growing up, we had all kinds of latkes on Chanukkah, and sometimes my grandmother skipped the deruny(potato latkes) altogether because of the variety of other, more interesting ones: carrots with apples, zucchini with raisins, and my father’s favorite rechene (buckwheat) latkes. When a guest inquired about the missing “traditional” kind, she would say, “But Hannah did not have potatoes.” Two burning questions of my childhood were: who was Hannah and why, oh why, couldn’t she get potatoes?
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Home made dry fruits chocolate courtesy of cookwithsmileblog
Craving for some chocolate…then try this easy home made dry fruits chocolate.
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Apple Cake courtesy of ministryofcurrytrh-apple-cake
Bebinca courtesy of http://aromaticessence.co/
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Bolinhos de coco courtesy of http://aromaticessence.co/  trh-bolinhos-de-coco
Double Chocolate Fudge with Pretzels courtesy of Smart Veg Recipestrh-double-chocolate-fudge
No-Bake Matcha cake courtesy of NORTHERN CUISINE BLOGtrh-no-bake-matcha-cake
Boozy Cupcakes: Spiced Rum & Eggnog–with an Eggnog Buttecream courtesy of The Roadtrip Cowgirl
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Decadent with a nice Baileys punch!!trh-ess-baileys-liquor-balls
Please visit all the bloggers and check out what else they have to share.  Join and follow them and let’s all be one happy Blogging Family. Share this post on your blog and make sure to check back regularly and especially on 1 January 2017 for the new theme of the month!  Hope to see more of you participating in this monthly event.

trh-balle from  The Recipe Hunter

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December 2016 Share and Inspire Others!

December 2016 Share and Inspire Others!

Entries now closed for December 2016 Share and Inspire Others!
Watch this space ……. !!!
Thank you for all the wonderful entries received. I am currently working on the compilation and hope to have it all done and release ahead of schedule.
Timeframe:
December 15th – Release of all entries from participants on The Recipe Hunter blog.
December 20th – Promote and do a post/reblog on your own blog, linking back to the original post.
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5 More days remaining till December 10th

5 More days remaining till December 10th

We have reached the half way mark. Just a reminder to email me your entries for the December T’IS THE SEASON: CAKES, COOKIES AND TREATS Recipe exchange.
Timeframe:
December 1st
Theme will be announced and published on The Recipe Hunter blog.
December 10thSubmissions need to be received via email @ cookandenjoy@shaw.ca

T’IS THE SEASON: CAKES, COOKIES AND TREATS – December 2016 Share and Inspire Others!

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Please remember to leave me a note (NOT THE LINK to your entry) on the original post (I am adding the link again for easy reference): T’IS THE SEASON: CAKES, COOKIES AND TREATS – December 2016 Share and Inspire Others!, to let me know that I should expect your email in which you should provide me with some information on your recipe (if possible)  and don’t forget to add the link to your awesome recipe on your own  blog in the email.  This is just a precaution, as I do not want to miss your awesome entry.
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The recipe you wish to  submit, can be an old recipe you already tried and tested, in years gone by.  No need to have made it yesterday, or last week.  As long as it fits the theme, please feel free to still participate and email me.
Thanks so much.
Esmé

T'IS THE SEASON: CAKES, COOKIES AND TREATS – December 2016 Share and Inspire Others!

T'IS THE SEASON: CAKES, COOKIES AND TREATS – December 2016 Share and Inspire Others!

I am super excited to announce the theme of our very first Share and Inspire Others ! Monthly Recipe Exchange and with being December, it can be nothing other than

T’IS THE SEASON: CAKES, COOKIES AND TREATS

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Please click: How to Participate should you feel the need to refresh your memory and see the rules again.

Timeframe:
December 1st
Theme will be announced and published on The Recipe Hunter blog.
December 10thSubmissions need to be received via email @ cookandenjoy@shaw.ca
December 15th – Release of all entries from participants on The Recipe Hunter blog.
December 20thPromote and do a post/reblog on your own blog, linking back to the original post.

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Please remember, the subject line of your email, should be marked as follows:

December 2016 – T’IS THE SEASON:

CAKES, COOKIES AND TREATS

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Please remember to leave me a note (NOT THE LINK to your entry) on this post, to let me know that I should expect your email Email Inbox in which you should provide me with some information on your recipe (if possible)  and dont-forget to add the links to your awesome recipe.gif on your own  blog in the email.  This is just a precaution, as I do not want to miss your awesome entry.
I am so looking forward to your self-tried-and-tested-recipe  SELF TRIED AND TESTED recipes!
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