If you’re reading this post on December, 4, you might be chewing a cookie with a glass of milk. If not, you should stop reading this post immediately and go to the kitchen to grab some. Why? Because it’s a National Cookie Day!
Sure, you should come back then because you won’t miss these Lavender Crescent Cookies.
The good thing about December is that it’s totally okay to make and eat some cookies and not to be embarrassed about that fact. Besides, you’ve got to do that cause you’re kind of preparing to a Santa’s visit. Santa comes just once in a year, so there’s no room for a mistake.
The cookies you’re going to leave him, have to be impeccable! You won’t disappoint Santa, right? It’s just a very bad idea to start the new year off with such a mistake. I mean, being on the list of naughty people already in January, that’s a huge No no no!
I’m not sure Lavender Crescent Cookies are the favorite Santa’s cookies, though. He might be a slightly old-fashioned dude preferring the classic flavors. But you still might be interested in making these. Besides, Ben is almost as good as Santa (maybe just without the raindeers) so you can count me on, hahah.
So let’s celebrate this delicious food day.
But before I let you go, there are some traditional questions. Are you making cookies for Santa or at least for Ben? Do you think Sants would appreciate these Lavender Crescent Cookies? And the most important question – how many cookies have you already eaten and going to eat this December?
Hi – I’m Ben, a blogger, recipe developer, and food photographer. I’m glad you’re here! I hope you will enjoy hundreds of delicious recipes and a pinch of havoc in the kitchen.