Visions of sugar plums: Recipes for 14 Christmas treats (1960s)

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Visions of sugar plums Recipes for 14 Christmas treats (1965)

While visions of sugar plums…

Want to make even the youngest, most beautiful dreams come true? To see stars in a child’s eyes and hear shrieks of ecstatic joy? Then fashion our Sugarplum Tree and nestle it close to the big tree on Christmas morning. What a magnificent display of Christmastime sweets! All tucked in a miniature evergreen and each in its own shimmering wrap.

Who’s first to pluck the Lollipop Star, the Poinsettia Cutout, the Cookie Trumpet? Who’ll ever decide between the Meringue Mushroom and the Chocolate Spritz, the Almond Tart and the Anise Cookie with lilac on top, the Yummy Fudge or the Peanut Brittle? What wonderful decisions to make — and to watch — on Christmas morning.

Tasty holiday recipes

Below, get the recipes for Divinity, Yummy Fudge, Lollipop Stars & Cones, Peanut Brittle, Popcorn Garlands, Meringue Mushrooms, Almond Tarts, Tiny Doughnuts, Chocolate Spritz, Anise Cookies, Pistachio Wreaths, Christmas Ornament Cookies, and Wreaths & Pretzels.

Visions of sugar plums: Recipes for 14 Christmas treats (1965)

Visions of sugar plums: Recipes for 14 Christmas treats (1965)


Divinity, Fudge, Lollipop Stars & Cones, Peanut Brittle, Popcorn Garlands

Recipes for 14 Christmas treats (1960s) (4)


Christmas recipes: Meringue Mushrooms, Almond Tarts, Tiny Doughnuts, Chocolate Spritz

Recipes for 14 Christmas treats (1960s) (3)


Anise Cookies, Pistachio Wreaths, Christmas Ornament Cookies

Recipes for 14 Christmas treats (1960s) (2)


Vintage Christmas cookie recipes: Decorating cones and Wreaths & Pretzels

Recipes for 14 Christmas treats (1960s) (1)

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