The Freshman Cook: 25 Days of Christmas Blog Share

Today is Day 4 of 25 Days of Christmas Blog Share! It’s going quickly, isn’t it? Get caught up in the excitement of the blog share, and find out what’s going on with Day 4’s blog share contributor, Kara, from Happy Go Lucky Harvey. Here’s an idea of what she is sharing today! It’s the perfect time of year to enjoy any thing that combines mint with chocolate!
Don’t these Mint Chocolate brownie bites look delicious?  The mint green icing with red sprinkles make it look so festive ~ Perfect for all those holiday parties your planning and attending this month.
Head over to Happy Go Lucky to get this fabulous recipe.

The hardest part about this recipe is eating just one and you might not want to share!


Have you missed any of our wonderful bloggers and their 
blog share Christmas Treats? If you have, it’s not to late!!

Here is what Karen from Tots and Me had to say about what she is sharing:

As we get ready for Christmas we, as a family, try very hard to emphasize the importance of the celebration of the birth of Jesus, our Lord and Savior. This starts at the beginning of the month with an observance of Advent, focusing on the joyful anticipation of his coming. Quite a few years ago I decided to create a countdown chart that would ultimately focus on this true meaning of Christmas. I originally saw this idea on a Christmas card and decided to incorporate it into our celebration. 

I started by painting a Christmas tree onto poster board:
Head on over to Tots and Me and read about her exciting plans!!

How about something delicious for your Holiday Party?

On December 2nd, Krystie from vodkaandmotherhood wrote this:

Okay, so everyone knows that Christmas is wonderful. I love it. It’s my favorite holiday. I love the music, the snow, the lights, the traditions, the food, the presents, the love, the family, but especially….THE EGGNOG!!! I am very picky about my eggnog. Seriously. It has to be just so, or I refuse to drink it. I can’t have the stuff that they sell in the stores, because it is so thick that it could stop a bathtub drain in it’s tracks. I know that there are others out there who feel the same way, and simply refuse to drink it. I actually won’t drink it alone, unless I seriously thin it down. But, I am also a bartender and because of this, I present to you, A Southern Christmas. Don’t be scared…we’re gonna talk about how to make the perfect Christmas Eggnog, but with a vodkaandmotherhood twist.

Doesn’t that sound fabulous?? I love Egg Nog. We are very close!!

Are you looking for ways to simply your holidays?

Look no further!

Check out this blogs share written by Breana from Your Mama Said What

The Christmas season is thought of as “The most wonderful time of the year“. But often times, once that time has arrived, we feel unprepared, stressed out and over burdened! We pack our schedules with parties, shopping and baking. 

We feel pressure to out do everyone around us with creating the best ever moments, traditions and memories.

This can all be incredibly overwhelming!

pics on Sodahead

And the next thing you know Christmas is a few days away and you haven’t done all the things you were hoping to fit in, much less enjoy the activities did accomplish. 

I know for myself, especially with young children I want to provide my children with all the magic that this time of year brings, but in the past I have watched the holiday come and go with nothing crossed off my to-do list and feeling disappointed in myself for falling short.

So how can we fix this??? How can we ensure we enjoy the holidays and accomplish the things that really matter to us?

Find out what answers Breana has at Your Mama Said What.

Thanks for joining The Freshman Cook today.

I’ll be back tomorrow!!
See you then! 

Here are a few things that you can do NOW to prepare for Christmas. These are things that will take only a few minutes and ANYONE can do (even if you’re not an organizing pro):

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