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When it comes to holiday baking I am always looking for new things to make.
Last year, I was obsessed with making cookie reindeer. They turned out so adorable that you barely wanted to eat them. This year, I’m leaving the winter animal theme behind and opting for cookie bars. You can’t go wrong with cookie bars. These particular bars are called “Christmas Magic Cookie Bars” and they couldn’t be any more magical. Plus, they are super easy to make. I think my kids will love putting all sorts of holiday decorations on these yummy bars.
You can literally pepper them with anything you want such as bits of candy cane, chocolate chips, and sprinkles. Yummo!
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Quick Tip: Get creative with your Christmas magic cookie bars and add a variety of decorations to the mix.