A cookie flavor reminiscent of fall spices is on display at National Spicy Hermit Cookie Day. This time of year is perfect for baking up a batch of these delectable cookies, which was recognized on November 15th.
The spice in this old-fashioned cookie is cinnamon, cloves, allspice, and occasionally nutmeg. The raisins, nuts, and dates are among the added benefits.
Hermit cookies originated in the New England area. The young ladies of Trinity Church, Plattsburgh, New York, in 1880, published the Champlain Valley Book of Recipes with a Hermits dish. This local cookbook was a 3rd edition, implying that its first printing date was a year or two earlier. These cookies, which are soft and chewy, brought a smile to the faces of all who try them.
Add hermit cookies to your holiday baking list. Host a baking party and invite friends to join you. Snuggle up with a plate of these delectable cookies and enjoy them while sipping a cup of hot cocoa.
This Hermit Cookies dish is sure to please. To post on social media, use the hashtag #SpicyHermitCookieDay.
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