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Dutch Pepernoten Cookies

Part of the Christmas season is a celebration of St. Nick, whose story is believed to be the source of the now famous Santa Claus. St. Nick is celebrated in many parts of the world on December 6th. On this day, children place one shoe outside for St. Nick to leave them some kind of treat, be it candy or a small piece of fruit. This tradition has been celebrated for centuries and is a fun way to get into the Christmas spirit. A celebration of St. Nick wouldn’t be complete without some spiced Christmas cookies and these Dutch Pepernoten cookies are the perfect little nibble on this particular Christmas occasion.

Not only are they adorable in size, but they’re also delicious in flavor. Cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and ginger give these cookies a nice spiced flavor that works really well with the brown sugar. And the size of these cookies couldn’t be more adorable. They’re dangerously bite-sized, meaning we could easily eat a barrel full of Pepernoten in the blink of an eye. A cookie like this is the perfect little nibble for a holiday gathering or packaged in a cookie tin or cellophane wrapping and given as a hostess gift or as a part of a holiday cookie exchange.

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