To thank everyone who helped out with our church Christmas party, I whipped up several batches of those cookie dough truffles I can't get enough of. I packaged them up with the snowflake tags I made last year and delivered them a week after the party.
As far as other Christmas baking went, it didn't. The last few years I've spent a week in the kitchen making all different things, timing them so they'll be fresh when I or my husband are ready to deliver them, making tags, tying ribbons and having my table covered with plastic wrap & cellophane bags and I just wasn't up for that this year. I have a million other things on my mind (more on that later) so I simplified. I made several batches of "Puppy Chow" (aka Chex covered in chocolate, peanut butter and powdered sugar...call it what you will) and threw them in bags with these toppers I bought at Hobby Lobby. It was quick, easy and didn't need to be "fresh daily."