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The word 'cooky' or 'cookie' comes from the Dutch word “koekje”, meaning “little cake”. Cookies arrived in America along about the 17th century, although they may date back as far as 7th century Persia! Today they are a global phenomena, coming in more varieties, flavors and styles than you can possibly imagine.
The writers on Review This Reviews often write on the subject of food and have reviewed recipes for many varieties of cookies. It seems appropriate for Bake Cookies Day to share a few here.
Cookie Varieties and Recipes on Review This Reviews
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- Dawn Rae tells us 'How to Make Super Easy Gingerbread Cookies', perfect for the holiday season.
- Dawn also has a fun Snickerdoodles Cookie Pie recipe.
- RenaissanceWoman (Diana Wenzel) shares her Favorite Christmas Cookies - Rosettes Recipe.
- If you don't have time to bake, try out Dawn Rae's Easy No-Bake Bliss Balls.
- Beverly Owens shares her Christmas Wreath Marshmallow Treats Recipe.
- If you want to give a gift of cookies, but don't have time to bake your own, try out Byrd's Famous Cookies reviewed by Wednesday Elf. They are delicious.
Other Cookie Days
There are other dates throughout the year that celebrate 'cookies'.
- National Chocolate Cookie Days happens on August 15th.
- National Homemade Cookies Day is October 1st.
- National Gingerbread Cookie Day is November 11th.
- National Cookie Day is December 4th.
So, enjoy Bake Cookie Day December 18th, or any of the other fun cookie days all year long. And don't forget to leave a couple cookies out for Santa on Christmas Eve!
Bake Cookies Day
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