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November 23, 2016

A Sweet Thanksgiving Thank You!

By Nancy Jang
Grades PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8, 9–12

    This is a short week for everybody so this will be a short post! I wanted to share with you what I am thankful for as well as a cookie recipe to thank all of you for reading my blog posts! I am thankful for my mom and a warm home, and I am grateful for the opportunity to share my humble thoughts and ideas with you. 

    After the food coma sets in and the leftovers are gone, I’m still dreaming of these pumpkin spice cookies. These cookies are the easiest thing to make EVER, and perfect with a cup of coffee in the morning. Enjoy these autumn treats, from my home to yours. 

    Click on the recipe below to download and print out your own copy and — Happy Thanksgiving!

    This is a short week for everybody so this will be a short post! I wanted to share with you what I am thankful for as well as a cookie recipe to thank all of you for reading my blog posts! I am thankful for my mom and a warm home, and I am grateful for the opportunity to share my humble thoughts and ideas with you. 

    After the food coma sets in and the leftovers are gone, I’m still dreaming of these pumpkin spice cookies. These cookies are the easiest thing to make EVER, and perfect with a cup of coffee in the morning. Enjoy these autumn treats, from my home to yours. 

    Click on the recipe below to download and print out your own copy and — Happy Thanksgiving!

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