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17 Recipes from New Hampshire's Cookie Tour

17 Recipes from New Hampshire’s Cookie Tour
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by in Nov 2007

Here’s another great cookie-sharing idea. This one takes place in New Hampshire’s Mt. Washington Valley. It’s an Annual Inn to Inn Cookie and Candy Tour, in December. Each of the 17 inns on the tour feature original Christmas cookies and recipes, gingerbread sculptures, and holiday decorating ideas. The tour is over for this year, but for those who did not make it to the mountain, we bring the recipes, at least, to you.

1785 Inn’s Fudge Delight

Bartlett Inn’s VJ’s Cranberry Turtle Bars

Covered Bridge House’s Chocolate Pistachio Cookies

Darby Field Inn’s Raspberry Thumbprint Bars

Eastman Inn’s Nutmeg Butterballs

Glen Oaks Inn’s Lemon Delight

Inn at Crystal Lake’s Turtle Cookies

Inn at Ellis River’s Riverstones

Inn at Jackson’s Brown Rim Cookies

Lake View Cottage’s Pistachio and White Chocolate Dreams

Notchland Inn’s Pressed Christmas Cookies

Old Red Inn & Cottages Holiday Haystacks

Riverbend Inn’s Orange-White Chocolate Chip Cookies

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