Saturday, December 19, 2009

Party all around

So here we are a few days before Christmas I am so excited yesterday we had a little get together with our friends to exchange gifts drink some nice coffee and eat some Panetton there is no Christmas without it.  I think we have being eating this at home since I can remember nenas Abuela would always buy it and we would sit in the kitchen table and eat and eat...although I have to tell you nenas I always buy the plain one because mami does not care for the fruits inside of it, but I promise you guys next year I will buy one with fruits in case you guys like it.





Samia your friend Alexandra gave you a scooter and I think you have not gotten off that thing only to sleep and our friend Bonnie gave us this beautiful napkins with our names the girls love it and actually is a very thoughtful gift and awesome I love it.....







Today I decided to make some cookies some call it Mexican cookies but after I taste them they taste like the cookies Zetu makes for Eid....deliciosas we are going to be shipping them off to baba's work or else I will be in lots of trouble here is the recipe try it easy very easy and very very tasty and very very fatting.


2 Cups of flour
1 cup of butter

1/2 cup of sugar
1 tbs of vanilla extract
1/2 cups of chopped nuts (walnuts, pecans, or almond any of these)
powered sugar


I took the flour, sugar and butter I mixed it with my hands till I had like little balls.
Then take the nuts and mix them.
Make little balls
Put in the oven at 300 F for 30 minutes
take out let cool off 
Sprinkle with powerder sugar.





2 comments:

Lizzie Fish said...

YUM! Thanks for the recipe! We're going to make those when I get back into my jeans. =)

Hahaha...all I could think was "well, a cup of butter! That's a GREAT start!" =)

Kim said...

SO glad you like the napkins - I thought that was a GREAT idea of Bonnie's!
And the recipe you posted makes me think of my grandmother's cookies - called "Sand Tarts" - my great-great-great Grandmother brought that recipe over from Germany and we have been eating them every Christmas for as long as I can remember - they are delicious and bring back SO many good memories!
Miss and love you muchas!
Kim