It’s just so sweet. Not as in sugary sweet, but as in adorable.
This recipe for Bundles of Joy is now a time-honored tradition created by my sister-in-law Nadine Tisdell, combining her joy of baking and her love of this past Christmas season. Here’s Nadine’s story.
“It was a few weeks before Christmas, and I had just finished putting up our holiday decorations. The tree was decorated, the stockings were hung, and I was arranging our nativity. I began to seriously contemplate what I was teaching my children about Christmas. I love tradition. We always set everything up the same way; we always bake the same cookies with the same recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation. What was I passing on? What traditions will my children hold dear? I looked at the nativity and decided that the tradition I wanted to pass on to my children the most was the true meaning of Christmas. A few days later, I was going through some of my recipes and a thought came to me. That thought turned into a simple treat that has become a Christmas morning tradition and just a little reminder of why we are celebrating this holiday.”
Well, the holiday season has come and gone, but my family enjoys Nadine’s Bundles of Joy all year long, especially for breakfast, and I think you will too!
Watch my How To Video for Bundles of Joy here!