Posted by: Kathy | December 14, 2010

Top Ten Tuesday: Baking Day Recap

This Saturday was Baking Day! I had the entire day free, and I spent the whole thing in the kitchen. It was heavenly. **sigh** Now, all of that goodness is gone. Well, almost gone. I have one more delivery to make tomorrow. Here’s what I accomplished:

1. I filled 30 bags with muffins and treats for my volunteers and the Princess’ leaders at church.

2. I brought a tin of Cranberry Bread to share with my fellow “workers” on Sunday.

3. I took four tins of goodness to the office on Monday

4. I gave one big tin of goodness to our Church’s Family Ministry team to share at their meetings this week.

5. I sent one tin of goodness to work with My Sweetie

6. I have some muffins and bread to take to my friend Katie tomorrow.

7. I marinated two pork tenderloins for the freezer.

8. I cooked seven chicken breasts in the crock pot to shred and freeze.

9. I cooked two pork tenderloins for dinner using a favorite Paula Deen recipe.

10. I made a HUGE mess and ran the dishwasher three times.

I made a wide variety of baked goods this year. Some family favorites and some new to me recipes. I already plan on making more Pretzel treats for the Princess’ teachers since I ran out already. We’ll do those together this afternoon.

Have you done your Christmas Baking Day? What is your favorite treat to share with family and friends?

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  1. Definitely no baking day this year due to insanely pregnant status. I did make one batch of awesome Peppermint Chocolate Crinkles and sent the majority to school with my husband for his advisees. I was told they were gobbled up!

    Usually I love to make decorated sugar cookies as well as pretzel rods, Oreos, and shortbreads dipped in chocolate or bark and then sprinkles, nuts, or coconut. YUM!

    • Yummmm… Peppermint chocolate crinkles.
      You may have to do some Valentine’s baking girl! Just so you can make some of that yummy stuff.

  2. I make pumpkin bread for my hub’s co-workers. Some eat it when they receive it (it doesn’t make it home). Others eat it Christmas morning with a bit of butter and heated up in the microwave. Yummy!

    • I think pumpkin bread is such a great gift. And so easy to make!

  3. Thank you for the yummy treats! We were still enjoying them today! Thank you!

    • John!
      An honor to have you even read my blog!
      Glad you enjoyed the treats and that you were able to have some.
      Merry Christmas!

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