We asked our office what was their favorite cookie to bake during the holidays, both to enjoy themselves and to share with friends and family. We thought we’d share these recipes on the blog with all of you!
We loved hearing about Bunny Williams’ Christmas Eve traditions, and when she mentioned the milk punch that she makes each year, we had to get our hands on the recipe! She uses the recipe from one of her dear friends, Julia Reed, celebrated writer, foodie, and New Orleans resident. Seeing as milk punch is classic New Orleans drink, we figure this one is a winner!
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