How could I have resisted making these upon seeing this old recipe card? Christmas Whisky Bubbles! Well, that’s just the cutest name for a holiday confection… with a little kick. Growing up, my family baked a lot for the holidays but we didn’t make much in the way of candies or truffles and such, so I was excited to try this recipe that was in someone else’s holiday tradition. It turned out to be simple to make and fun too.
This recipe card came to me through the Recipe Tin Project, a project where I cook my way through an old recipe tin full of vintage recipes. But you might have already guessed that. It’s chock full of old recipe cards, most of which seem to be from the ’60s and ’70s. I love food history, and the idea is to breathe new life into these recipes from the past and maybe learn a technique or two from them along the way. The recipes come from different people with different handwriting; some have sweet illustrations while others are on plain (often smudged and stained) index cards.
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