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Celebrate with Woman's World

Celebrate with Woman's World 02/03/2020

Each glossy 100-page edition is one that you’ll want to keep for years! Four times a year, look forward to crowd-pleasing recipes, cheery holiday crafts, and complete party plans tailored to the season. It’s everything you need to make your celebrations even more fun and meaningful, whether you’re planning a get-together with the girls, a special birthday, or an open house for the whole neighborhood!

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18 min
bar cookies

Extra thick with layers of buttery streusel, minty chocolate, rich caramel, creamy cheesecake or whatever flavor you desire, bar cookies feel like the perfect cross between a snack and dessert. And they’re a cinch to make too. Whether you choose a simple but delicious blondie drizzled with white icing, a festive Florentine or a chocolate-dipped gingerbread bar gilded with gold leaf, these holiday sweets are guaranteed to raise the bar! Peppermint Brownies Easy-from-scratch brownies are delicious topped with fluffy frosting and Peppermint Patties 4 oz. unsweetened chocolate, chopped6 Tbs. + 1/2 cup butter, at room temp.11/2 cups granulated sugar4 eggs11/2 tsp. vanilla extract11/2 cups all-purpose flour8 mini chocolate-covered peppermint candies, such as Peppermint Patties, quartered, + additional, halved21/4 cups confectioners’ sugar2 Tbs. milkRed and green decorating gel Heat oven to 350°F. Line 9" square…

19 min
slice & bake

For the ultimate in make-ahead easy, consider slice-and-bake cookies: Simply shape the dough into a log, then chill or freeze until you’re ready for some just-baked goodness! And while they’re simple to make, these irresistible treats can look very impressive with colorful spirals and crisp shapes that are perfect for decorating. So get a head start and stash some dough in the freezer for up to three months. Come Christmas, when all you need to do is thaw, slice and bake, the cookies will feel like a gift! Cranberry and Orange Zest Cookies Flecks of dried cranberries give this citrus-scented cookie a little holiday bling 23/4 cups all-purpose flour1/4 tsp. salt1 cup butter, at room temp.1 cup sugar1 egg1 tsp. vanilla extract1/2 tsp. grated orange zest1/2 cup sweetened dried cranberries, chopped Combine flour and…

18 min
drop cookies

For stress-free holiday baking, drop cookies and their slightly more fancy rolled cousins can’t be beat—you don’t have to be too careful or too fussy because their homey shape is part of their charm! Thick and often wonderfully chewy, they pack a ton of flavor and can be jazzed up for the holidays with a simple crackly sugar coating or luscious icings and glazes. So grab a spoon and get ready to bake up some of the tastiest Christmas cookies ever! Chocolate Thumbprint Cookies Yum! Chocolate cookies—made easy by adding cocoa and nuts to refrigerated dough—get topped with a simple white chocolate ganache for a sweet that tastes as good as it looks 1 (16.5 oz.) pkg. refrigerated sugar cookie dough1/3 cup all-purpose flour1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder1/4 cup hazelnuts, toasted, finely ground11/2…

19 min

No cookie says Christmas quite like cutouts—we’re talking classic gingerbread men, festive trees, ornaments, snowflakes, snowmen, stars, wreaths, sweaters…the possibilities are endless! And once you’ve picked a shape, the real fun begins with decorating. You can keep things simple or channel your inner artist with colorful icings, sparkling sugars and glittery sprinkles. The only trouble? These cookies are so pretty, you may not want to eat them, yet they’re so delicious, you should! Noel Ornament Cookies It's hard to decide whether to eat these pretty treats or hang them on the tree 2 cups all-purpose flour1/4 tsp. baking soda1/4 tsp. salt3/4 cup butter, at room temp.2/3 cup granulated sugar1 egg1 tsp. vanilla extractRoyal Icing, recipe above right Assorted colors concentrated food colorings Heat oven to 350°F. Line baking sheets with parchment. Combine flour, baking…

5 min
cheers to holiday fun!

Peppermint Twist Crushed candy cane plus peppermint schnapps make this pretty-in-pink drink even more creamy cool 1/2 cup vodka1 Tbs. finely crushed candy cane¼ tsp. mint extract½ cup peppermint schnapps1 cup ice cubes1/4 cup heavy creamRed liquid food coloring (optional)Candy canes and mint sprigs (optional) In cocktail shaker, combine vodka, crushed candy cane and mint extract; muddle until candy cane dissolves and flavors blend. Add schnapps, ice cubes, cream and a tiny drop of food coloring; cover. Shake until chilled, about 30 sec. Divide between 2 glasses. If desired garnish with candy canes and mint springs. SERVINGS: 2 ACTIVE time: 15 min. TOTAL time: 15 min. Hot Choco-Hazelnut Our Nutella-inspired delight is extra irresistible topped with a cloud of softly whipped cream 1/2 cup ice cubes1 cup dark chocolate reduced-fat milk1/3 cup Frangelico liqueur1/3 cup chocolate liqueur2 Tbs.…

17 min
shaped cookies

Whether you form them by hand like rolled-up rugelach, make ’em bakeshop-beautiful with an easy-to-use press like spritz cookies or let your culinary imagination help shape your creations, everyone will be sweet on your festive treats! Pick your favorite from our cookie collection or mix-and-match a few varieties—they’re perfect for gifting…that is, if you don’t eat them all first! Raspberry Rugelach We wrapped tender cream cheese pastry around a fruity filling of raspberry jam, golden raisins and cinnamon-sugar—yum! 1/2 cup butter, at room temp.4 oz. cream cheese, at room temp.1 cup all-purpose flour1/4 cup golden raisins, chopped1/4 cup packed light brown sugar1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon4 Tbs. seedless raspberry preserves, melted1 egg, lightly beatenWhite decorating sugar On medium-high speed, beat butter and cream cheese until fluffy, 2 min. On low, gradually beat in flour until…